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Summer ’22–ENGL 553: Modern English Grammar

ENGL 553: Modern English Grammar Professor: Dr. Alyson Eggleston Location: The Citadel Time: Summer 2: June 28 – August 13, Online This course examines modern English morphology and syntax using formal Minimalist analytical approaches. Additionally, through a typological understanding of common crosslinguistic structures as documented in the World Atlas of Language Structures (WALS), varieties of […]

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Summer ’22–ENGL 560–Film Studies

ENGL 560: Film Studies Professor: Dr. Sean Heuston Location: The Citadel Time: Summer 1: May 10 – June 25, Thursdays, 5:30 – 8:30 This course will examine films from a variety of nations, filmmakers, and genres (everything from classic older films to recent mainstream films to music videos to short online videos) and will consider the ways aspects of filmmaking such as […]

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Fall ’22–ENGL 532: American Poetry after 1900

ENGL 532: American Poetry after 1900 Professor: Dr. Anton Vander Zee Location: CofC Time: Wednesday 5:30 – 8:15 The power of what the poet Robert Creeley would call a “company”–a group of fellow travelers in art and life who share certain core ideas about what poetry might accomplish–has long sustained American poets. At times, these […]

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Fall ’22–ENGL 700: Poetry, Landscape, and Identity

ENGL 700: Poetry, Landscape, and Identity Professor: Dr. Lauren Rule Maxwell Location: The Citadel Time: Tuesday 5:30 – 8:15 In this course, students will explore possibilities of poetic form and language as they consider the relationship between poetry and landscape. After learning terminology that will aid in discussing and writing about poetry, students will closely […]

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Fall ’22–ENGL 511: Introduction to English Graduate Studies

ENGL 511: Introduction to English Graduate Studies Professor: Dr. Licia Hendriks Location: The Citadel Time: Thursday 5:30 – 8:15 (every other week) This course will be taught in a hybrid mode, with meetings every other week and additional online tasks.  The first course meeting will be held in person, with future in-person meetings held every […]

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Spring ’22 ENGL 525: Eighteenth Century British Novel

ENGL 525: Eighteenth Century British Novel Professor: Dr. Terry Bowers Location: CofC (Room TBD) Time: Monday 6:00 – 8:45 *Fulfills the British Literature before 1800 requirement For many readers, when they think of literature, they think of fiction, specifically novels.  The emergence of the novel as a literary form in the eighteenth century marks one […]

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Spring ’22: ENGL 509–New Romanticisms

ENGL 509: Romantic Literature: New Romanticisms Professor: Dr. Kathy Beres-Rogers Location: CofC (Room TBD) Time: Wednesday 7:00 – 9:45 In high schools and even in undergraduate institutions, the Romantics are often taught as six white men (Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, Keats, and Byron) writing in isolated settings. To complicate this approach, this course will take […]

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Spring ’22: ENGL 517–Literature and War, Ancient to Future

ENGL 517: Literature and War, Ancient to Future Professor: Dr. Mike Livingston Location: The Citadel (Room TBD) Time: Tuesday 7:00 – 9:45 Warfare has been a constant in human history. In this course we will examine the literary responses to the traumas of conflict from our earliest sources to today. Texts will range from historical […]

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Spring ’22: ENGL 700–Feminist Dystopian Literature

ENGL 700: Seminar in Feminist Dystopian Literature Professor: Dr. Tom Horan Location: The Citadel (Room TBD) Time: Thursday 7:00 – 9:45 While men such as Aldous Huxley and George Orwell feature prominently in the canon of dystopian literature, an equally rich strand of speculative fiction by women has challenged this androcentric paradigm. These books explore […]

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