ENGL 3225: The History and Future of the Book
From ancient scrolls to digital narratives, the forms that literature takes influences how and what people write and read. This course examines the development of the book-making process using case studies from the Gutenberg Bible to Fifty Shades of Grey.
ECKERT T/R 9:30
ENGL 3420: Mythology
Why do some myths and stories persist, change, or come to serve new functions? This course examines how Virgil and Ovid’s stories were later developed in the works of both several early modern English writers and a few recent ones.
DOBRANSKI T/R 11AM
ENGL 3970: Caribbean Literature
Caribbean literature has never been more relevant to contemporary social and political issues than it is today. This course provides an introduction to literature from the Caribbean, including Jamaica, Trinidad, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.
RAJIVA M/W 1:30