Upcoming Courses

Undergraduate Studies & ENG 440 Single Author Courses

ENG 409

Studies in Composition/Rhetoric/Language: Writing, Healing, and Trauma — Daphne Desser

May also be counted toward the 1898-present historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

ENG 416

Studies in Creative Writing: You, Me, Us: Point of View in FictionKristiana Kahakauwila

May also be counted toward the 1898-present historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

ENG 440

Single Author: Saidiya Hartman — Hannah Manshel

May also be counted toward the 1898-present historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

ENG 464

Studies in Life Writing: Reimagining “America” in Memoir — John Zuern

May also be counted toward the 1898-present historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

 

 

 

Graduate Courses

ENG 605             CR

Theory and Practice of Teaching Composition — Georganne Nordstrom

ENG 625B/E            LSE/CSAP

Theories and Methods of Literary Studies — Candace Fujikane

ENG 625C            CR

Introduction to Composition & Rhetoric — Sarah Allen

ENG 625D            CW

Foundations of Creative Writing — Kristiana Kahakauwila

ENG 713             CW

Seminar in Creative Writing: Poet-Scholar — Craig Perez

ENG 745             LSE, Pre-1700

Seminar in Shakespeare: Theorizing Race, Sexuality, Gender, and Ecology — Derrick Higginbotham

ENG 730X          LSE, Pre-1898

Seminar in English Literature & History: British Slavery and its Afterlives — Anna Feuerstein

ENG 775             LSE/CSAP

Seminar in Cultural Studies: Narratives of Natal Separation:
the Camp, Bare Life, and British Child Psychoanalysis — Nandini Chandra

 

Undergraduate Studies & ENG 440 Single Author Courses

ENG 431

Studies in 16th & 17th Century Literature: Land, Seas, Property, and Sovereignty in Early ModernityDerrick Higginbotham

May also be counted toward the pre-1700 historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

ENG 434

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature: Popular Series FictionTodd Sammons

May also be counted toward the 1898-present historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

ENG 440

Single Author: Aphra BehnEmily West

May also be counted toward the pre-1700 historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

ENG 463

Studies in Film: Women in FilmDanielle Seid

May also be counted toward the 1898-present historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

ENG 474

Studies in Hawaiian and/or Pacific Literature: Children’s Literature: Oceania –ku’ualoha ho’omanawanui

May also be counted toward the 1898-present historical breadth requirement for English majors.  Majors should consult their advisors.

 

Graduate Courses

ENG 613B        CW,HAP

Poetry Workshop: Writing Place, Writing Power —Noʻu Revilla

ENG 705          CR

Seminar in Composition Studies: Trauma, Writing, and Healing — Daphne Desser

ENG 709          CR

Seminar in Rhetoric: New Media Rhetorics and Digital Humanities — Darin Payne

ENG 716B           CW

Seminar in Techniques in Contemporary Literature: Autofiction —  Shawna Ryan

ENG 735R     LSE, Pre-1898

Seminar in American Literature: Racial Lives of Property — Hannah Manshel

ENG 735F         LSE

Seminar in American Literature: James Baldwin — Jack Taylor

ENG 764            LSE, HAP

Seminar in Life Writing: Life Writing and Translation — Craig  Howes

ENG 771           LSE/CSAP

Seminar in Pacific Literature: Reading and Writing Indigenous Pacific Bodies — Joyce Warren

ENG 775          LSE/CSAP

Seminar in Cultural Studies: Colonial Love / Decolonial Love  — Cynthia Franklin

 

Graduate Courses

ENG 605             CR

Theory and Practice of Teaching Composition — Sarah Allen

ENG 613B          CW

Graduate Writing Workshop: Eco-Poetry — Craig Perez

ENG 625B/E            LSE/CSAP

Theories and Methods of Literary Studies — Ruth Hsu

ENG 625C            CR

Introduction to Composition & Rhetoric — Georganne Nordstrom

ENG 625D            CW

Foundations of Creative Writing — Noʻu Revilla

ENG 664            LSE/CSAP

Biography — Craig Howes

ENG 713             CW

Seminar in Creative Writing: Developing Your Prose Project — Shawna Ryan

ENG 773             LSE/CSAP, HAP

Seminar in Hawaiian Literature: Hawaiian Literary Nationalism — ku’ualoha ho’omanawanui

ENG 775             LSE/CSAP

Seminar in Cultural Studies: Work of Love — Nandini Chandra