Studies in Selected Topics

Subject: 
English (ENGL)
Catalog number: 
795
Unit weight: 
0.50
Meet type: 
SEM
Grading basis: 
NUM
Cross-listing(s): 
N/A
Requisites: 
ENGL Grad Students only
Description: 
Topic titles: 
1 19th Century Irish Literature
2 Narrative:Animal Rights Debate
3 Milton Interactive
4 Trauma, Memory & the Holocaust
5 Creoliz & Hybrid in Postcol St
6 Jackson's Tolkien
7 Narratives-20th Century Techno
8 Audience Res Concepts & Method
9 Unity, Div. & Rhetoric in NT
10 Semiotics of Simulated Games
11 What Ish My Nation
12 Autobiography
13 Text and Iconography
14 Dscrs Anlys Theories & Practcs
15 Contemp Rhetorical Theory
16 Computer - Mediated Comm.
17 Detective Narrative
18 Actor - Network Theory
19 Signs of the Fabulous
20 American Modernism Short Poems
21 Emerson and Thoreau
22 Dante & Engl Literature
23 Knowledge and the Public
24 Academic Electronic Genres
25 Native & Metis Lit in Canada
26 Border Theory Course
27 Women's Writing 1660-1760
28 Image & Text in Narratives
29 Border Theory
30 Edmund Spenser's Faerie Queene
31 Theorizing Health Discourses
32 Pstmdrnsm & the Encyclpdc Nvl
33 Cognitive Rhetoric
34 Race and Ideological Theory
35 Focault
36 Contraries of Romance
37 Blake in Religious Context
38 Soc Theories in Discrs Anlysis
39 Milton: Paradise Lost
40 Stories and Theories
41 Organizational Communication
42 Plain Language Theory
43 Writing the Self Online
44 Plain Language Theory
45 Writing the Self Online
46 Mythical Jrney in Can-Ital Lit
47 Rhetoric of Science and Mendel
48 Hans-Georg Gadamer/C.S. Lewis
49 Genres of Tchncl Communication
50 Victorian Literature: 1850s
51 The Whedon Draw
52 Disability Studies
53 Victorian Criticism
54 Humour in America
55 Ethical Criticism
56 The Poets on Poetry
57 Women in 18th Cent.Periodicals
58 Hybridity and Hybrid Practices
59 Composition Theory & Pedagogy
60 Shakespeare and Religion
61 Heaney, Hill, Eliot, Hopkins
62 Joyce, Language and Narration
63 Life Writing & Women's Exper.
64 Memory and Techne
65 Posthumanism and the Cyberbody
66 Ulysses as Game Adaptation
67 Digit Dissent/Digit Activism
68 Late Writings of John Milton
69 What the model Minority Feels
70 The Lord of the Rings
71 Qualitative Methods and UX
72 Scholarship and Pedagogy
73 Iranian Diaspora ID and Lit.
74 Rhetoric, Argument, & Machines
75 Energy & Env. Humanities
76 Ontologies for Humanities
77 Monstrous Hungr/Hungry Monstrs
78 Mapping Res Meths Rhetorically
79 Anthropocene, Crit Thry, Race
80 Computational Rhetoric
81 Literature & Medicine
82 Posthumanism
Faculty: 
Arts (ART)
Academic level: 
GRD
Course ID: 
010579