Course Substitutions

Undergraduate Course Substitutions

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Course Substitutions for Spring 2019

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 340F:  Pirates, Pequots and Puritans

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 350R:  English Lit in 17th/18th C: The Augustan Age
  • ENG 360N:  Jane Austen and Others
  • ENG 450M:  19th C British Poetry

For the Shakespeare Requirement (ENG 245):

  • ENG 340M:  Shakespeare & Modern War

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300I:  Race and Gender in Am Lit
  • ENG 370R:  American Romanticism

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  • ENG 410M:  Animal Studies

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG 320):

  • ENG 380F:  The Global Novel

For the Rhetorical Foundations Requirement (RHET 350):

  • RHET 354 Argumentative Theory

Course Substitutions for Fall 2018

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 340M:  Cross the Color-Line
  • ENG 340R:  Early Modern London
  • ENG 340S:  Revolution & Empire: 17 C Lit
  • ENG 401: Chaucer

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 350P:  Swift & Satire, Then and Now
  • ENG 360R:  Romanticism
  • ENG 360W:  Oscar Wilde & British Lit

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 370R: American Romanticism
  • ENG 370D:  Re-Visioning America

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG 320):

  • ENG 380F:  Afro-Asian Connections

For the Rhetorical Foundations Requirement (RHET 350):

  • ENG 354:  Argumentative Theory

Course Substitutions for Summer 2018

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 228: British Literature II

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300A: 19th Century US in Lit&Film
Remember: No one course can fill two requirements toward the major. A reminder about ENG 310 and ENG 320: Students in our 123, 223, or 823 concentrations may take either ENG 310 or ENG 320 to fulfill the theory requirement. Students in our 767,867, and 967 concentrations must take both courses.

Course Substitutions for Spring 2018

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 333: Women&Society in Medieval Literature
  • ENG 401: Chaucer
  • ENG 340R: Lit&Politics in Engl 1580-1730
  • ENG 340S: 17th Century Literature

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 360N: Steampunk
  • ENG 360R: Romanticism

For the Shakespeare requirement (ENG 245):

  • ENG 340M: Shakespeare & Modern War

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 370D: American Renaissance Reconsidered
  • ENG 370R: American Romanticism

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  • ENG 410: Animal Studies

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG 320):

  • ENG 300I: War on Terror Global Lit
  • ENG 390H: Slavery & Literature
  • ENG 450E: Human Rights in Lit&Film

For the Rhetorical Foundations Requirement (RHET 350):

  • RHET 354: Argumentative Theory

Remember: No one course can fill two requirements toward the major. A reminder about ENG 310 and ENG 320: Students in our 123, 223, or 823 concentrations may take either ENG 310 or ENG 320 to fulfill the theory requirement. Students in our 767,867, and 967 concentrations must take both courses.

Course Substitutions for Winter 2018

No Course Substitutions for Winter 2018

Course Substitutions for Fall 2017

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 401 Chaucer
  • ENG 380G: Race & Ethnicity in Shakespeare

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 300U: Novel Trials: Law and Vic Fic
  • ENG 360M: 19th C British Poetry
  • ENG 360R: Romanticism
  • ENG 360V: Victorian Sex & Sexuality
  • ENG 380F: Transnational Fictions of the 18thC

For the Shakespeare Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 380G: Race & Ethnicity in Shakespeare

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300I: Race & Gender in American Literature
  • ENG 370G: Revolutionary Ecologies
  • ENG 370R: American Romanticism

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  • ENG 450G: Black Enlightenment
  • ENG 470T: Hysteria and Academia

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG 320):

  • ENG 380F: Transnational Fic of the18thC
  • ENG 380K: Early Atlantic Culture
  • ENG 380E: Towards a New World Literature

For the Rhetorical Foundations Requirement (Rhet 350):

  • ENG 450G: Black Enlightenment
  • RHET 354: Argumentative Theory

Course Substitutions for Summer 2017

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 300Q: Romantic Madness
  • ENG 228 British Literature II

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300A: 19th Century US in Lit & Film
  • ENG 300R: Reading the Killer B's
Remember: No one course can fill two requirements toward the major. A reminder about ENG 310 and ENG 320: Students in our 123, 223, or 823 concentrations may take either ENG 310 or ENG 320 to fulfill the theory requirement. Students in our 767,867, and 967 concentrations must take both courses.

Course Substitutions for Spring 2017

For the British Literature 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  •  ENG 230:    Medieval Literature
  •  ENG 282N: Golden Age of King Arthur
  •  ENG 340S:  17th Century Literature

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  •  ENG 300O: The Novel & the Ind Revolution
  •  ENG 360M: Victorian Race and Empire
  •  ENG 360N: Jane Austen and Others
  •  ENG 360R: Romanticism
  •  ENG 450M: Emotional Storms Austen Radcliff 

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 370M: 19thC US in Lit and Film
  • ENG 370R: American Romanticism
  • ENG 390E: Slavery and Literature

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310): 

  • ENG 450W: Foucault, Abnormality, and Race
  • ENG 450Y: HistCriticism: Ancient &Medieval

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG 320):

  • ENG 380B: Towards a New World Literature

For the Rhetorical Foundations Requirement (Rhet 350): 

  • RHET 354: Argumentative Theory
  • ENG 380W: How We Listen
  • ENG 450V: Media and Politics
Remember: No one course can fill two requirements toward the major. A reminder about ENG 310 and ENG 320: Students in our 123, 223, or 823 concentrations may take either ENG 310 or ENG 320 to fulfill the theory requirement. Students in our 767,867, and 967 concentrations must take both courses.

Course Substitutions for Fall 2016

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 282P: Masuclinity & Magic in MDVL Lit
  • ENG 283E: Epic in Medieval & Modern Lit
  • ENG 380U: Medieval Books in Digital Age

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement  (ENG 228):

  • ENG 360M: 19th C British Poetry
  • ENG 360S: Bad Girls & Wanton Women 
  • ENG 360V: Victorian Sex & Sexuality
  • ENG 360W: Oscar Wilde & British Lit
  • ENG 360Z: Poetic Ending: Death in Vic Verse

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300B: Native American Literature
  • ENG 300D: The Am Renaissance Reconsidered
  • ENG 370D: Re-Visioning America
  • ENG 370R: American Romanticism
  • ENG 390C: African American Lit to 1939

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  • ENG 450R: Phenomenology & Lit
  • ENG 450B: Searching for the Human
Remember: No one course can fill two requirements toward the major. A reminder about ENG 310 and ENG 320: Students in our 123, 223, or 823 concentrations may take either ENG 310 or ENG 320 to fulfill the theory requirement. Students in our 767,867, and 967 concentrations must take both courses.

Course Substitutions for Summer 2016

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300R: The Sound of American Lit

Course Substitutions for Spring 2016  

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 340F: Vagabs, Wandr, Travelrs, 1600-1750
  • ENG 340S: 17th Century Literature
  • ENG 401:  Chaucer

For the British Literature to 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 350R: Early Modern London
  • ENG 360M: History of the Victorian Novel
  • ENG 360R: Romanticism
  • ENG 380U: British Decadence

For Shakespeare (ENG 245):

  •  ENG 380S: Shakespeare&ShakespnAdaptation

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 283P: Intro to African American Literature
  • ENG 370M: 19th-Century US in Lit and Film
  • ENG 450S: Into to African-American Novel

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310): 

  • ENG 380V: Intro to Marx & Critical Theory

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement  (ENG 320):

  • ENG 380J: Translation and Globalization

Course Substitutions for Fall 2015

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 230 Medieval Literature
  • ENG 330M: Premodern Drama

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228): 

  • ENG 300T: Intro to Gothic Literature
  • ENG 360N: Jane Austen and Others
  • ENG 360M: 19th C British Poetry
  • ENG 360Z: Vic Freaks & Outsiders
  • ENG 360S: Steampunk: Vic Anachronisms
  • ENG 360V: Late Victorian Fiction

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 370R: American Romanticism
  • ENG 300R: The Sound of American Lit

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  •  ENG 410K: What Was Deconstruction
  •  ENG 450J: Democracy & Deconstruction

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG 320):

  •  ENG 380B: Towards a New World Literature
  •  ENG 380L: Lit of the Carribean Diaspora

For Rhetorical Foundations (RHET 350):

  • ENG 380V: Metaphysics of Popular Culture
  • ENG 370D: Re-Visioning America
  • ENG 380Q: Questionable Content

Course Substitutions for Summer 2015

For The British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 300Z: Monsters & Punishment in Med Literature

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270): 

  • ENG 300R: 19th C US in Lit & Film

For Rhetorical Foundations (RHET 350):

  •  ENG 300H: Violent Media

Course Substitutions for Spring 2015

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 340S: 17th Century Literature
  • ENG 340W: Shakespeare's Histories

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  • ENG 350A: Transnational Fiction of the 18th Century
  • ENG 360M: Gender & the 19th Century Novel
  • ENG 360R: Romanticism
  • ENG 360W: Bad Girls and Wanton Women

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 370B: Banned Books
  • ENG 370M: 19th Century US Literature and Film
  • ENG 370P: Native Am Lit & Culture

For the Literary Theory Requirement  (ENG 310):

  • ENG 320: Globalization and Literary Culture
  • ENG 450J:  Question Concerning Technology
  • ENG 450U: Myth Criticism

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG  320):

  •  ENG 380B: Towards a New World Literature
  •  ENG 450A: Chinese Diaspora

For Shakespeare (ENG 245):

  •  ENG 340W: Shakespeare's Histories

For Rhetorical Foundations (RHET 350):

  •  ENG 380F: Youth & Subculture
  •  ENG 380M: Folklore & The Mass Media
  •  ENG 380V: Symbolism of Pop Culture

Course Substitutions for Fall 2014

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 380I:  From Hero to Knight
  • ENG 450G: Saints and Sinners

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement  (ENG 228):

  • ENG 360M: Nineteenth Century British Poetry
  • ENG 360S: Steampunk: Modern Narratives
  • ENG 360V: Monsters in Late Victorian Fiction
  • ENG 360W: Oscar Wilde and British Literature

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 370B: Democracy in the Literatures of the Americas
  • ENG 370C: Visions of Reality in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  • ENG 370D: Revisioning America
  • ENG 370P: Civil War Lit
  • ENG 370R: American Romanticism

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  •  ENG 320: Globalization and Literary Culture
  •  ENG 450C: American Radicalism
  •  ENG 450P: Politics and Forms of Art

For the Globalization and Literary Culture Requirement (ENG 320):

  •  ENG 380K Transnational African American Visions

For Rhetorical Foundations (RHET 350):

  • ENG 380V: Symbolism of Popular Culture
  • ENG 380W: How We Listen

For Advanced Rhetorical Theory (RHET 450-459):

  • ENG 450A: Rhetorics of Race, City and Nation
  • ENG 450C: American Radicalism
  • ENG 450V: Media and Politics

Course Substitutions for Summer 2014

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300R: 19th Century America in Literature & Film

Course Substitutions for Spring 2014

For the British Literature to 1660 Requirement (ENG 227):

  • ENG 330R:  From Medieval to Modern
  • ENG 333:  Women and Society in Medieval Literature
  • ENG 340S: 17th Century Literature

For the British Literature 1660-1900 Requirement (ENG 228):

  •  Rhet 350A:  Transnational Fiction of the 18th Century
  •  ENG 360M: Empire and the Civilizing Mission
  •  ENG 360S: Money, Lies, and Crime in the Victorian Novel
  •  ENG 380S: The Spectral Lit of Britain

For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  •  ENG 370B:  Banned Books and Stories Not Told
  •  ENG 370P:  American Environmental Literature
  •  ENG 370R:  American Renaissance

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  • ENG 320:   Globalization and Literary Culture
  • ENG 380T:  Ecocriticism and 20th Century American Literature

For Rhetorical Foundations (RHET 350):

  •  ENG 380V: Symbolism and Popular Culture
  •  ENG 450V: Media and Politics

Course Substitutions for Winter 2014

 For the American Literature to 1920 Requirement (ENG 270):

  • ENG 300A: Native American Literature and Culture

For the Literary Theory Requirement (ENG 310):

  • ENG 320: Globalization and Literary Culture