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2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Academic Catalog

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Education

   •  EDU 212 - Critical Pedagogy and School Reform
   •  EDU 213 - Cultural Politics of Language Teaching
   •  EDU 215 - Reading and Writing Youth and Youth Cultures
   •  EDU 217 - Comparative and International Education
   •  EDU 218 - Place-Based Education
   •  EDU 221 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDU 250 - Differentiating Instruction for All Students
   •  EDU 340 - Research and Methods in Teaching the Young Adult
   •  EDU 341 - Research and Methods in the Teaching of Language Arts and Reading
   •  EDU 342 - Research and Methods in the Teaching and Learning of World Languages
   •  EDU 343 - Research and Methods in Teaching and Learning in the Social Studies
   •  EDU 344 - Research and Methods in Teaching and Learning in the Mathematics
   •  EDU 345 - Research and Methods in Teaching and Learning in the Sciences
   •  EDU 346 - Research and Methods in Teaching and Learning ESL/Bilingual Education
   •  EDU 460 - Seminar in Teaching the Young Adult
   •  EDU 469 - Student Teaching Internship in The Disciplines

English

   •  ENG 120 - Literary Analysis
   •  ENG 121 - Introduction to Shakespeare
   •  ENG 204 - The Craft of Argument
   •  ENG 205 - The Craft of Fiction
   •  ENG 206 - The Craft of Poetry
   •  ENG 207 - Craft of Creative Nonfiction
   •  ENG 210 - Studies in Genre
   •  ENG 215 - Reading and Writing Youth and Youth Cultures
   •  ENG 223 - The Tradition of English Literature I
   •  ENG 224 - The Tradition of English Literature II
   •  ENG 225 - Introduction to Postcolonial Literatures
   •  ENG 226 - The Tradition of English Literature III
   •  ENG 227 - American Literary Traditions I
   •  ENG 228 - American Literary Traditions II
   •  ENG 229 - The Tradition of African American Literature
   •  ENG 230 - English Historical Linguistics
   •  ENG 231 - American Literary Traditions III
   •  ENG 232 - Ethnic American Literatures
   •  ENG 273 - Feminism and Difference
   •  ENG 274 - Sex, Gender, and Critical Theory
   •  ENG 290 - Introduction to Literary Theory
   •  ENG 303 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 310 - Studies in Shakespeare
   •  ENG 314 - Milton
   •  ENG 316 - Studies in English Renaissance Literature
   •  ENG 323 - Studies in English Literature: 1660–1798
   •  ENG 325 - Studies in Ethnic American Literatures
   •  ENG 326 - Studies in American Poetry I
   •  ENG 327 - The Romantics
   •  ENG 328 - Studies in American Poetry II
   •  ENG 329 - Studies in African American Literature
   •  ENG 330 - Studies in American Prose I
   •  ENG 331 - Studies in American Prose II
   •  ENG 332 - The Victorians
   •  ENG 337 - The British Novel I
   •  ENG 338 - The British Novel II
   •  ENG 345 - Studies in Modern Poetry
   •  ENG 346 - Studies in Modern Prose
   •  ENG 349 - Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 360 - Seminar in Postcolonial Literature
   •  ENG 385 - Writing Seminar: Fiction
   •  ENG 386 - Writing Seminar: Poetry
   •  ENG 388 - Writing Seminar: Screenwriting/Television Writing/Variable Genre
   •  ENG 390 - Literary Theory

Environmental Studies

   •  ENV 120 - Environmental Challenges and Responses
   •  ENV 125 - Introduction to Earth Systems Science with Lab
   •  ENV 145 - Nations and the Global Environment
   •  ENV 240 - Environmental Chemistry
   •  ENV 251 - Water, Development and the Environment
   •  ENV 261 - Climate Change, Development and the Environment
   •  ENV 495 - Senior Seminar

European Studies

   •  ESC 297 - Guided Reading Project
   •  ESC 397 - Senior Independent Study

French

   •  FRN 101 - Introduction to French
   •  FRN 102 - Introduction to French II
   •  FRN 103 - Accelerated Introduction to French
   •  FRN 201 - French Conversation Through Media
   •  FRN 221 - Intermediate French I
   •  FRN 222 - Intermediate French II
   •  FRN 301 - Advanced Reading & Written Expression
   •  FRN 302 - Phonetics and Advanced Oral Expression
   •  FRN 303 - French Civilization I: Sites of Myth and Memory
   •  FRN 304 - French Civilization II: Revolutions and Identities
   •  FRN 305 - Contemporary Francophone Cultures
   •  FRN 312 - Introduction to French Literature from the Middle Ages to the Revolution: From Knights to Libertines
   •  FRN 313 - Introduction to French Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries: Literary Revolutions
   •  FRN 327 - Social Climbers and Rebels
   •  FRN 328 - Comedy in French Literature Prior to the Revolution
   •  FRN 329 - Literature and Society in 19th-Century and Belle Epoque France
   •  FRN 330 - Innovation and Transgression in French from 1870 to 1945
   •  FRN 341 - Contemporary French Writing
   •  FRN 342 - Orientalism Revisited
   •  FRN 346 - The Francophone Caribbean World: From Plantation to Emancipation
   •  FRN 350 - Advanced Topics in Literature and Civilization

Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies

   •  GWS 111 - Introduction to Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies
   •  GWS 211 - Foundations of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies
   •  GWS 235 - Feminism and Popular Culture
   •  GWS 249 - Theory and Methodology in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies
   •  GWS 324 - Critical Race Feminisms
   •  GWS 331 - Studies in American Prose II
   •  GWS 495 - Senior Seminar

General Literary Studies

   •  GLS 135 - Philosophy and Literature
   •  GLS 201 - Dramatic Literature 1
   •  GLS 202 - Dramatic Literature 2
 

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