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Fall ’19: ENGL 550 (CofC)/564 (Citadel) – Teaching with Technology

Professor Lauren Maxwell. Elective*. Meets at The Citadel, Wednesday, 4-6:45 p.m. Have you ever wondered how you could incorporate technologies that your students use on a daily basis to enhance your instruction? Would you like to work with current teachers and educational technology specialists to develop web-based projects and technology strategies that you could actually […]

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Fall ’19: ENGL 511 – Introduction to Graduate English Studies

Professor James Hutchisson. Required for MA students. Meets at The Citadel, Online with Periodic Scheduled Meetings (TBD). ENGL 511 offers a practical introduction to research and writing for graduate study in English. The course will cover theoretical approaches to literary and cultural interpretation; the discovery, analysis, evaluation, and integration of primary and secondary sources; and strategies […]

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Fall 2019 Courses

ENGL 502 – Shakespeare Professor Devin Byker Fulfills the British Literature before 1800 requirement Meets at the College of Charleston Tuesday, 6-8:45 p.m. ENGL 511 – Introduction to Graduate English Studies Professor James Hutchisson Required for MA students Meets at The Citadel Online with Periodic Scheduled Meetings (TBD) ENGL 552 – Young Adult Literature Professor Thomas […]

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Fall ’19: ENGL 576 – Nineteenth-Century American Novel

Professor Scott Peeples. Fulfills the American Literature requirement. Meets at the College of Charleston, Monday, 7-9:45 p.m. Special Topic in American Literature. In this course, we will examine some of the most influential novels published in the U. S. from approximately 1820 to 1899 — influential in terms of their uses in popular culture, their […]

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Fall ’19: ENGL 552 – Young Adult Literature

Professor Thomas Thompson. Elective for MA students; required for MAT students. Meets at The Citadel, Thursday, 4-6:45 p.m. This course will introduce you to the amazing variety of young adult literature currently available. Activities will include whole-class and small-group readings, but the emphasis will be on reading and discussing self-selected novels and nonfiction books across […]

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Fall ’19: ENGL 502 – Shakespeare

Professor Devin Byker. Fulfills the British Literature before 1800 requirement. Meets at the College of Charleston, Tuesday, 6-8:45 p.m. This course will examine Shakespeare’s work from a number of shifting angles. In addition to addressing some of the historical circumstances and performance conditions that shape his drama, we will organize our reading of plays and sonnets […]

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Spring ’19: ENGL 555 – Literary Criticism

Professor James Leonard. Elective. Meets at The Citadel, Thursday, 7-9:45 p.m. The Spring 2019 edition of ENGL 555 will consider primary questions about our relation to literature, including the following: What is literature? How does literature affect us? How can we ascertain the meaning/significance of a work of literature? What sorts of commentary are appropriate […]

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Spring ’19: ENGL 562 – Advanced Composition

Professor Lauren Maxwell. Elective for MA students; required for MAT students. Meets at The Citadel, Tuesday, 4-6:45 p.m. This course aims to help you become a better writer by challenging you to think critically about the processes of composition, teaching you to adapt your style based on your purpose, and providing you with rhetorical strategies […]

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