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Spring 2015 Advising Guides for English Majors

Majors reservation week is November 3 - 7.  English majors, see your advisor that week to sign up early for Spring 2015 English classes.  

Literature Concentration Advising Guide

Creative Writing Concentration Advising Guide

Undergraduate Course Descriptions

Graduate Course Descriptions

Professor Stefan Jurasinski is away from Brockport on research leave.  If he is your advisor, you have been assigned a temporary advisor for this year.  Check the bulletin board in the English Department office or email jwhorton@brockport.edu.  

 


 

Literature Track Advising Guide,  Spring 2015

Literary Analysis  

ENG

303.01

Intro to Literary Analysis

MWF

2.30-3.20

Busch, Austin

ENG

303.02

Intro to Literary Analysis

MWF

1.25-2.15

Burstein, Miriam

ENG

303.03

Intro to Literary Analysis

W

6.30-9.15

Conti, Brooke

ENG

303.04

Intro to Literary Analysis

TR

2.00-3.15

Slater, Michael

Shakespeare  

ENG

323.01

Shakespeare Histories and Tragedies

TR

9.30-10.45

Slater, Michael

ENG

324.01

Shakespeare Comedies and Romances

MW

3.35-4.50

Conti, Brooke

British Lit before 1800                                                                                                         

ENG

323.01

Shakespeare Histories and Tragedies

TR

9.30-10.45

Slater, Michael

ENG

324.01

Shakespeare Comedies and Romances

MW

3.35-4.50

Conti, Brooke

ENG

326.01

British Genres. English Essay

TR

3.30-4.45

Kerfoot, Alicia

ENG

422.01

"New Worlds" in Renaissance Lit

TR

11.00-12.15

Slater, Michael

British Lit after 1800  

ENG

231.01

British Literature II

TR

12.30-1.45

Karl, Alissa

ENG

232.01

British Short Fiction

MWF

10.10-11

Burstein, Miriam

ENG

376.01

British Novel II

MWF

12.20-1.10

Burstein, Miriam

ENG

436.01

British Modernism

T

6.30-9.15

Karl, Alissa

American Lit before 1900 

ENG

240.01

American Lit I

MWF

9.05-9.55

Hinds, Janie

ENG

329.01

Captivity and Slavery

MWF

10.10-11

Hinds, Janie

ENG

392.01

Labor & Equality

MWF

2.30-3.20

Garvey, Greg

American Lit after 1900  

ENG

235.01

Intro to Afro-American Lit

TR

2.00-3.15

Marah, John

ENG

241.01

American Lit II

MWF

2.30-3.20

Young, P.

ENG

338.01

Contemp Am Poetry

TR

12.30-1.45

Black, Ralph

ENG

386.01

African American Women Writers

 

 

 

ENG

394.01

Soldiers and Trauma

MWF

10.10-11.00

Haytock, Jennifer

World Literature  

ENG

220.01

Early World Lit

MWF

2.30-3.20

Turkkan, Sevinc

ENG

221.01

Who Wrote the Bible

MWF

12.20-1.10

Busch, Austin

ENG

223.01

Modern World Lit (Honors)

TR

11.00-12.15

Allen, Sharon

ENG

319.01

Comparative Lit

TR

2.00-3.15

Allen, Sharon

ENG

360.01

Magical Realism

MWF

9.05-9.55

Kurtz, Roger

ENG

364.01

Visions & Revisions

TR

9.30-10.45

Allen, Sharon

ENG

365.01

Confronting Death (Honors)

MW

3.35-4.50

Busch, Austin

ENG

367.01

Women in World Lit

MW

5.05-6.20

Turkkan, Sevinc

Capstone

ENG

472.01

Narrative and Human Rights

MW

3.35-4.50

Garvey, Greg

ENG

472.02

Objects in 18th Century Lit

R

6.30-9.15

Kerfoot, Alicia

Upper-division electives may be chosen from the categories above or from the following:  

ENG

300.01

Advanced Composition (Hybrid)

R

9.30-10.45

Karl, Alissa

ENG

304.01

Fiction Workshop

MWF

1.25-2.15

Whorton, Jim

ENG

304.02

Fiction Workshop

TR

12.30-1.45

Metzger, Thom

ENG

305.01

Poetry Workshop

R

3.30-4.45

Fellner, Steve

ENG

305.02

Poetry Workshop

TR

2.00-3.15

Black, Ralph

ENG

473.01

Linguistics and Second Lang. Acquisition

MWF

1.25-2.15

 

ENG

479.01

Linguistics

W

6.30-9.15

Eloi, Sasha

ENG

482.01

Children's Lit

TR

3.30-4.45

Proehl, Kristen

ENG

482.02

Children's Lit

MWF

11.15-12.05

Daniels, April

ENG

484.01

Young Adult Lit

TR

12.30-1.45

Proehl, Kristen

ENG

484.02

Young Adult Lit

R

6.30-9.15

Proehl, Kristen

ENG

491.01

Advanced Fiction Workshop

M

6.30-9.15

Whorton, Jim

ENG

492.01

Advanced Poetry Workshop

T

6.30-9.15

Black, Ralph

ENG

495.01

Writer's Craft

W

6.30-9.15

Panning, Anne

Close Reading:   ENG 304, 305, 319, 326, 329, 338

Texts and Contexts:   ENG 360, 364, 365, 367, 376, 386, 392, 394

400-level Seminar:   ENG 422, 436

 


  

Creative Writing Track Advising Guide, Spring 2015

Literary Analysis  

ENG

303.01

Intro to Literary Analysis

MWF

2.30-3.20

Busch, Austin

ENG

303.02

Intro to Literary Analysis

MWF

1.25-2.15

Burstein, Miriam

ENG

303.03

Intro to Literary Analysis

W

6.30-9.15

Conti, Brooke

ENG

303.04

Intro to Literary Analysis

TR

2.00-3.15

Slater, Michael

Introduction to Creative Writing  

ENG

210.01

Intro to Creative Writing

TR

2.00-3.15

Fellner, Steve

ENG

210.02

Intro to Creative Writing

TR

8-9.15

Metzger

ENG

210.03

Intro to Creative Writing

MW

3.35-4.50

Iuppa

ENG

210.04

Intro to Creative Writing

MW

5.05-6.20

Iuppa

ENG

210.05

Intro to Creative Writing

MWF

11.15-12.05

Cedeno, Sarah

British Literature  

ENG

231.01

British Literature II

TR

12.30-1.45

Karl, Alissa

ENG

232.01

British Short Fiction

MWF

10.10-11

Burstein, Miriam

ENG

323.01

Shakespeare Histories and Tragedies

TR

9.30-10.45

Slater, Michael

ENG

324.01

Shakespeare Comedies and Romances

MW

3.35-4.50

Conti, Brooke

ENG

326.01

British Genres. English Essay

TR

3.30-4.45

Kerfoot, Alicia

ENG

376.01

British Novel II

MWF

12.20-1.10

Burstein, Miriam

ENG

422.01

"New Worlds" in Renaissance Lit

TR

11.00-12.15

Slater, Michael

ENG

436.01

British Modernism

T

6.30-9.15

Karl, Alissa

American Literature  

ENG

235.01

Intro to Afro-American Lit

TR

2.00-3.15

Marah, John

ENG

240.01

American Lit I

MWF

9.05-9.55

Hinds, Janie

ENG

241.01

American Lit II

MWF

2.30-3.20

Young, P.

ENG

329.01

Captivity and Slavery

MWF

10.10-11

Hinds, Janie

ENG

338.01

Contemp Am Poetry

TR

12.30-1.45

Black, Ralph

ENG

386.01

African American Women Writers

 

 

 

ENG

392.01

Labor & Equality

MWF

2.30-3.20

Garvey, Greg

ENG

394.01

Soldiers and Trauma

MWF

10.10-11.00

Haytock, Jennifer

World Literature  

ENG

220.01

Early World Lit

MWF

2.30-3.20

Turkkan, Sevinc

ENG

221.01

Who Wrote the Bible

MWF

12.20-1.10

Busch, Austin

ENG

223.01

Modern World Lit (Honors)

TR

11.00-12.15

Allen, Sharon

ENG

319.01

Comparative Lit

TR

2.00-3.15

Allen, Sharon

ENG

360.01

Magical Realism

MWF

9.05-9.55

Kurtz, Roger

ENG

364.01

Visions & Revisions

TR

9.30-10.45

Allen, Sharon

ENG

365.01

Confronting Death (Honors)

MW

3.35-4.50

Busch, Austin

ENG

367.01

Women in World Lit

MW

5.05-6.20

Turkkan, Sevinc

Fiction or Nonfiction Workshop  

ENG

304.01

Fiction Workshop

MWF

1.25-2.15

Whorton, Jim

ENG

304.02

Fiction Workshop

TR

12.30-1.45

Metzger, Thom

Poetry Workshop  

ENG

305.01

Poetry Workshop

R

3.30-4.45

Fellner, Steve

ENG

305.02

Poetry Workshop

TR

2.00-3.15

Black, Ralph

Advanced Workshop  

ENG

491.01

Advanced Fiction Workshop

M

6.30-9.15

Whorton, Jim

ENG

492.01

Advanced Poetry Workshop

T

6.30-9.15

Black, Ralph

Writer's Craft  

ENG

495.01

Writer's Craft

W

6.30-9.15

Panning, Anne

Upper-division electives may be chosen from the categories above or from the following: 

ENG

300.01

Advanced Composition (Hybrid)

R

9.30-10.45

Karl, Alissa

ENG

472.01

Narrative and Human Rights

MW

3.35-4.50

Garvey, Greg

ENG

472.02

Objects in 18th Century Lit

R

6.30-9.15

Kerfoot, Alicia

ENG

473.01

Linguistics and Second Lang. Acquisition

MWF

1.25-2.15

 

ENG

479.01

Linguistics

W

6.30-9.15

Eloi, Sasha

ENG

482.01

Children's Lit

TR

3.30-4.45

Proehl, Kristen

ENG

482.02

Children's Lit

MWF

11.15-12.05

Daniels, April

ENG

484.01

Young Adult Lit

TR

12.30-1.45

Proehl, Kristen

ENG

484.02

Young Adult Lit

R

6.30-9.15

Proehl, Kristen

 

 



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