Historical Period Courses | Department of English

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Historical Period Courses

Medieval Literature:

  • ENGL 4410 - Chaucer
  • ENGL 3431 - Introduction to Early Medieval Literature
  • ENGL 3432 - Introduction to Late Medieval Literature
  • ENGL 3433 - Medieval Women Writers
  • ENGL 4431 - Studies in Medieval Literature

Designated sections of:

  • ENGL 3910 - Special Studies in Literature
  • ENGL 3911 - Topics in British Literature
  • ENGL 3913 - Topics in World Literature
  • ENGL 3924 - Women's Literature
  • ENGL 4470 - British Drama
  • ENGL 4800 - Special Seminar in Literature or Language
  • ENGL 4850 - Literature in Context

Renaissance Literature:

  • ENGL 3434 - British Renaissance Drama
  • ENGL 3435 - British Renaissance Poetry
  • ENGL 4430 - Shakespeare
  • ENGL 4432 - Studies in Renaissance Literature
  • ENGL 4440 - Milton

Designated sections of:

  • ENGL 3910 - Special Studies in Literature
  • ENGL 3911 - Topics in British Literature
  • ENGL 3913 - Topics in World Literature
  • ENGL 3924 - Women's Literature
  • ENGL 4290 - World Drama
  • ENGL 4420 - Poetry
  • ENGL 4470 - British Drama
  • ENGL 4800 - Special Seminar in Literature or Language
  • ENGL 4850 - Literature in Context

18th Century Literature:

  • ENGL 3436 - Introduction to Eighteenth-Century British Literature
  • ENGL 3831 - Introduction to the Literature of the Colonial Americas
  • ENGL 4831 - Studies in the Literature of the Eighteenth-Century Americas

Designated sections of:

  • ENGL 3910 - Special Studies in Literature
  • ENGL 3911 - Topics in British Literature
  • ENGL 3912 - Topics in American Literature
  • ENGL 3913 - Topics in World Literature
  • ENGL 3921 - African-American Literature
  • ENGL 3922 - Chicano Literature
  • ENGL 3924 - Women's Literature
  • ENGL 4290 - World Drama
  • ENGL 4400 - American Fiction
  • ENGL 4420 - Poetry
  • ENGL 4470 - British Drama
  • ENGL 4500 - British Fiction
  • ENGL 4600 - Continental European Fiction
  • ENGL 4800 - Special Seminar in Literature or Language
  • ENGL 4850 - Literature in Context

19th Century Literature:

  • ENGL 3441 - Introduction to Romantic Literature
  • ENGL 3442 - Introduction to Victorian Literature
  • ENGL 3832 - Nineteenth-Century American Poetry
  • ENGL 3833 - The American Renaissance
  • ENGL 3845 - Nineteenth-Century Literature of the U.S.-American West
  • ENGL 4434 - Studies in Romantic Literature
  • ENGL 4435 - Studies in Victorian Literature
  • ENGL 4832 - Studies in 19th Century American Literature

Designated sections of:

  • ENGL 3850 - Literatures of Texas and the Southwest
  • ENGL 3910 - Special Studies in Literature
  • ENGL 3911 - Topics in British Literature
  • ENGL 3912 - Topics in American Literature
  • ENGL 3913 - Topics in World Literature
  • ENGL 3921 - African-American Literature
  • ENGL 3922 - Chicano Literature
  • ENGL 3923 - American Jewish Writers
  • ENGL 3924 - Women's Literature
  • ENGL 4290 - World Drama
  • ENGL 4400 - American Fiction
  • ENGL 4420 - Poetry
  • ENGL 4470 - British Drama
  • ENGL 4500 - British Fiction
  • ENGL 4600 - Continental European Fiction
  • ENGL 4800 - Special Seminar in Literature or Language
  • ENGL 4850 - Literature in Context

20th and 21st Century Literature:

  • ENGL 3450 - Short Story
  • ENGL 3843 - Twentieth-and Twenty-first Century American Poetry
  • ENGL 3844 - Contemporary Native American Literature
  • ENGL 3846 - Mexican American Non-Fiction and Criticism
  • ENGL 4300 - Modern Drama
  • ENGL 4480 - American Drama
  • ENGL 4841 - Studies in Modern Irish Literature
  • ENGL 4842 - Studies in Modernist Literature
  • ENGL 4844 - Studies in Modern American Literature
  • ENGL 4845 - Studies in Contemporary American Literature

Designated sections of:

  • ENGL 4850 - Literature in Context
  • ENGL 4800 - Special Seminar in Literature or Language
  • ENGL 4660 - Literature and the Holocaust
  • ENGL 4600 - Continental European Fiction
  • ENGL 4500 - British Fiction
  • ENGL 4470 - British Drama
  • ENGL 4420 - Poetry
  • ENGL 4400 - American Fiction
  • ENGL 4290 - World Drama
  • ENGL 3924 - Women's Literature
  • ENGL 3923 - American Jewish Writers
  • ENGL 3922 - Chicano Literature
  • ENGL 3921 - African-American Literature
  • ENGL 3920 - Survey of Ethnic Literatures
  • ENGL 3913 - Topics in World Literature
  • ENGL 3912 - Topics in American Literature
  • ENGL 3911 - Topics in British Literature
  • ENGL 3910 - Special Studies in Literature
  • ENGL 3850 - The Literature of Texas and the Southwest

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