Advanced study in literary genres, forms, and themes. Representative topics: Noir in Fiction and Film; Great American Race Novel; Post-Apocalyptic Fiction. May be repeated for credit with different content. Topics vary by offering; periodic offering at intervals that may exceed four years. Prerequisites: ENGS 085, ENGS 100; Instructor permission for graduate students.

Subject

ENGS

Course Number

281

Credits

3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
ENGS 281 A Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore Anthony Magistrale Fall 2009 91222
ENGS 281 A Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore Greg Bottoms Fall 2008 91353
ENGS 281 B Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore David Huddle Fall 2008 91355
ENGS 281 C Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore Anthony Magistrale Fall 2008 91744
ENGS 281 Z1 Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore David Jenemann Fall 2008 93403
ENGS 281 A Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore Jinny Huh Fall 2007 90802
ENGS 281 Z1 Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore David Jenemann Summer 2007 60068
ENGS 281 A Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore David Huddle Spring 2007 11340
ENGS 281 A Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore Richard Parent Fall 2006 92098
ENGS 281 B Sem Lit Themes,Genres,Folklore Greg Bottoms Fall 2006 92108

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