Upcoming Courses

Studies & Honors Courses

Students who are not in the Honors program may enroll in ENG 491 with the permission of the instructor. ENG 491 will fulfill the Studies course requirement.

Honors students may not use a single ENG 491 to fulfill both Honors and Studies requirements. ENG 491 will fulfill the Studies requirement only if the course is taken a second time.

 

430 Studies in Medieval Literature

Nature in Med Lit — Britton Brooks

 

 433 Studies in 19th C Literature

Victorian Empire – Anna Feuerstein

 

434 Studies from 20thC to Present

Utopian and Dystopian Lit – Todd Sammons

 

460 Studies in Fiction

Fiction and its Societies – Jonathan Morse

 

463 Studies in Film

The Multiple Narrative Film – Glenn Man

 

474 Studies in Pacific Literature

Pacific Children’s Literature – kuualoha ho‘omanawanui

 

491 Senior Honors Seminar

Voodoo, Zombies, & You – Cynthia Ward

 

440: Single Author

James Baldwin – Jack Taylor

 

Graduate Courses

ENG 613C      CW

Graduate Writing Workshop: Fiction — Gary Pak

ENG 664  LSE

Biography: Memoir Across Media — John Zuern

ENG 705  CR

Seminar in Composition Studies: Writing Pedagogy and Digital Humanities — Darin Payne

ENG 709  CR

Seminar in Rhetoric: Rhetorics of Publics and Counterpublics — Daphne Desser

ENG 730X   LSE, Pre-1700   

Seminar in English Literature & History: Representations of War in Early Modern English Literature — Mark Heberle

ENG 735Q  CSAP/LSE, HAP

Seminar in Asian American Literature & Theory: Transnational Asian American Literary and Cultural Studies — Ruth Hsu

ENG 735S    LSE, Pre-1900

Seminar in Early American Literature: The American Renaissance Revisited — Jim Caron

ENG 760Q   LSE

Seminar in Science Fiction: Science Fiction and Genre Theory — John Rieder

ENG 790       CSAP/LSE

Seminar in Special Topics: The Public Humanities — Laura Lyons

Studies & Honors Courses

Students who are not in the Honors program may enroll in ENG 491 with the permission of the instructor. ENG 491 will fulfill the Studies course requirement.

Honors students may not use a single ENG 491 to fulfill both Honors and Studies requirements. ENG 491 will fulfill the Studies requirement only if the course is taken a second time.

 

ENG 416 Studies in Creative Writing

Writing the Novel — Katharine Beutner

 

ENG 431 Studies in 16th & 17th C Literature

Early Modern Drama — Todd Sammons

 

ENG 432 Studies in 18th Century Literature

18C Novel: The Dark Presence — Cynthia Ward

 

ENG 464 Studies in Life Writing

Life Writing & Human Rights — Cynthia Franklin

 

ENG 470 Studies in Asian American and Asian Diaspora Literatures

TBA

 

ENG 471 Studies in Postcolonial and Diasporic Literature

African Migration Narratives — Jack Taylor

 

ENG 481 Studies in Literature & Popular Culture

Science Fiction — John Rieder

 

440: Single Author

James Joyce — Jonathan Morse

 

Graduate Courses

ENG 605         CR

Theory and Practice of Teaching Composition — Daphne Desser

ENG 613D      CW

Graduate Writing Workshop: Nonfiction — Katharine Beutner

ENG 625B      LSE

Theories and Methods of Literary Study — Nandini Chandra

ENG 625C      CR

Introduction to Composition & Rhetoric — Darin Payne

ENG 625D      CW

Foundations of Creative Writing — Gary Pak

ENG 625E      CSAP

Theories in Cultural Studies — Cynthia Franklin

ENG 716B      LSE/CW

Seminar in Techniques in Fiction: Realistic Fiction and Its Alternatives — S. Shankar

ENG 730X      LSE, Pre-1700

Seminar in Literature and History: Going Global: Religion, Race, and Sexuality in Modern English Drama  — Derrick Higginbotham

ENG 771         LSE/CSAP, HAP

Seminar in Pacific Literatures: Women Writing Oceania — ku‘ualoha ho‘omanawanui

ENG 773         LSE/CSAP, HAP, Pre-1900

Seminar in Hawaiian Literature: Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) Non-Fiction Writing — Craig Howes

ENG 775         CSAP

Seminar in Cultural Studies: The Political: Marxism, Biopolitics, and Affect Theory — Jack Taylor

Studies & Honors Courses

Students who are not in the Honors program may enroll in ENG 491 with the permission of the instructor. ENG 491 will fulfill the Studies course requirement.

Honors students may not use a single ENG 491 to fulfill both Honors and Studies requirements. ENG 491 will fulfill the Studies requirement only if the course is taken a second time.

 

ENG 409 Studies in Comp/Rhetoric/Language

Rhetoric & Environmental Justice — Sarah Allen

 

ENG 433 Studies in 19thC Literature

19C Posthumanisms — Anna Feuerstein

 

ENG 434 Studies from 20thC to Present

Modernism — Jonathan Morse

 

ENG 460 Studies in Fiction

Popular Series Fiction — Todd Sammons

 

ENG 463 Studies in Film

Survey of Contemp East Asian Film — Gary Pak

 

ENG 474 Studies in Pacific Literature

Mapping Hawai‘i Literatures — Candace Fujikane

 

ENG 491 Senior Honors Seminar

Resistance Narratives — S. Shankar

 

440: Single Author

Patricia Grace — ku‘ualoha ho‘omanawanui

 

 

Graduate Courses

ENG 613C       CW

Graduate Writing Workshop: Fiction — Shawna Yang Ryan

ENG 627B       LSE/CR, Pre-1700

Literary Theory and Criticism: Poetics and Rhetoric — Todd Sammons

ENG 705          CR

Seminar in Composition Studies: Emerging Issues & Perspectives in Community-Based Pedagogies — John Gagnon

ENG 709          CR

Seminar in Rhetoric: Postmodern Rhetorics — Sarah Allen

ENG 713          CW

Seminar in Creative Writing: Eco-Poetics — Craig Perez

ENG 735Q       LSE/CSAP

Seminar in American Literature: Asian American Literature & Theory — Ruth Hsu

ENG 760J        LSE/CSAP

Seminar in Narrative Theory & Criticism: Decoding & Recoding the Power of Stories — Cristina Bacchilega

ENG 764          LSE/CSAP

Seminar in Life Writing:  American Memoir and the Crisis of Democracy — John Zuern

ENG 772          LSE/CSAP, HAP

Seminar in Literatures of Hawai‘i: Literary Mappings of Land Struggles and Decolonial Futures — Candace Fujikane

ENG 790          LSE, Pre-1900

Seminar in Special Topics: Romantic/Victorian Posthumanisms — Anna Feuerstein