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Graduate Seminars 2016-17 (Tentative Schedule)

Unless otherwise noted,* seminars are late afternoon classes scheduled one day per week. Seminars held on Mondays or Wednesdays run from 3:10-5:40;  seminars on Tuesdays or Thursdays run from 2:50-5:20 p.m. Afternoon seminar times do not ordinarily conflict with undergraduate class times.


Fall 2016:

·      501: Teaching of Writing (Ericsson)

·      *507: Shakespeare (Hamlin) (Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:35-11:50)

·      508: Assessment of Writing (Condon)

·      514: 20th Century American Literature, African American Writing After the Renaissance, 1938-1960 (Lewis)

·      *543: Phonology (Gordon) (Tuesdays and Thursdays 12-1:15)

·      *554: History of English Language (Gordon) (Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:25-2:40)

·      595: Topics in English: Non-Human Theories and Narratives (Hegglund)

·      597: Special Topics in R/C: Rhetorics of the Western Hemisphere (Villanueva)



Spring 2017:

·      509: Classical Rhetoric (Villanueva)

·      511: 17th and 18th Century American Literature, Land and the Sea (McAuley)

·      522: Victorian Literature (Siegel) (WHETS)

·      531: Administering a Writing Program (Ericsson)

·      534: Teaching Technical and Professional Writing (Staggers)

·      561: Studies in Technology and Culture (Edwards)

·      *544: Syntax (Gordon) (MWF 2:10)








Fall 2016


501 Teaching of Writing (P Ericsson)

597 Special Topics in Rhet/Comp (V Villanueva)

508 Assessment of Writing (W Condon)


514 20th Century American Literature (T Lewis)



595 Topics in English (J Hegglund)

Spring 2017






561 Studies in Technology and Culture (M Edwards)

531 Administering a Writing Program (P Ericsson)

509 Classical Rhetoric (V Villanueva)

534 Teaching Technical and Professional Writing (J Staggers)


511 17th and 18th Century American Literature (L McAuley)



522 Victorian Literature (C Siegel)


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