Fall 2014

WRITING

Professor E. Velez
Professor D. Williams
Professor C. So
Professor C. Shinn
Professor M. Pavesich
Professor S. Grenier
Professor G. Mihaychuk
Professor S. Linkon
Professor D. Lipscomb
Professor D. Ebenbach
Professor M. Kaplan
Professor C. Parsons
Professor A. Hanlon
Stacy Day
Professor M. Barnett
Professor M. Barnett
Professor R. Boylan
Jee Yoon Lee
Professor L. Fuisz
Professor K. Shaup
Professor N. Tomlinson
Professor J. Young
Professor J. Young

Foundation Courses

Professor M. Kaplan
Professor E. Maloney
ENGL-091-01 Literary History I
Professor N. Sugimura
ENGL-091-02 Literary History I
Professor N. Sugimura
Professor L. Rifkin
Professor L. Rifkin

Level One Electives (ENGL 100 - 299)

Level I electives serve as the primary means of immersion into various fields of study in English. No prior knowledge of the field is expected. The majority of these courses count toward the HUMW II requirement.
Professor D. Wu
Professor J. Hirsh
Professor M. Collins
ENGL-119 Shakespeare
Professor M. Collins
Professor A. Hanlon
Professor D. Todd
Professor D. Todd
Professor B. Hochman
Professor M. McMorris
Professor M. McMorris
ENGL-195 African Novel
Professor N. Rizzuto
Ajanta Sircar
Professor J. Berlinerblau
ENGL-224 Satire
Professor A. Hanlon
Professor C. Shinn
Professor M. Corrigan
Professor C. So
Professor E. Gorman
Professor E. Gorman
Professor A. Scahill
Professor K. Cole
Professor W. Tietz
Professor J. Brogan
Professor S. Pinto
Professor S. Schotland
Professor D. Ebenbach
Professor N. Tilden
Professor D. Ebenbach
Professor J. Glavin
Professor J. Hirsh
ENGL-298-01 Sursum Corda
Professor J. Hirsh
Professor M. Corrigan

Level Two Electives (ENGL 300 - 459)

Level II electives provide a more intense understanding of a particular field of study. They assume students are proficient at close reading and are able to engage with secondary sources.
Professor C. Parsons
Professor B. Hochman
Professor A. Scahill
Professor P. Fox
Professor M. Macovski
Professor L. Merish
Professor J. Glavin
Professor J. Glavin
Professor D. Mengestu

Senior Capstone Seminar (ENGL 460 - 499)

These small seminars (capped at 18) are open to senior English majors only. They offer substantial engagement in a particular topic and assume students’ ability to apply critical methodology.
Professor D. Wu
Professor R. Patterson
Professor L. Merish
Professor J. Fink