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Literature and Creative Writing Offerings

FALL 2018

English 200 Introduction to Literature
TR 2:20-3:40pm  Clara Oropeza

English 221 Survey of British Literature
TR 11:10-12:30pm  Kimberly Monda

English 225 American Literature
MW 12:45-2:05pm  Melissa Menendez

This course examines U.S. literature produced from the beginning of Puritan and Pilgrim colonization of North America through the mid-19th century. As we read representative works, we will analyze how intellectual, religious, social, and political movements have influenced their major themes. In doing so, we hope to consider the significance of literary production in the early formation of the U.S. national identity and its ideological constructs.
English 232  Survey World Literature
MW 2:20-3:40pm Ann Wilkinson

English 270 Intro to Creative Writing
ONLINE  David Starkey

“Don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you,” says author Barbara Kingsolver, “figure out what you have to say. It’s the one and only thing you have to offer.” Creative Writing provides students an opportunity to figure out what they have to say through a lively, accessible introduction to the four major literary genres: fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction and drama. Students write and read each other's work, and study short models by professional writers. Everyone who meets the prerequisite (English 110) and has a love of writing is welcome to join.

English 271F  Creative Writing Fiction
T 6:00-9:05pm  Chella Courington




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