Christopher T. Hodgkins, Professor and Class of 1952 Excellence ProfessorG, Karen L. Kilcup, Rosenthal Excellence ProfessorG, Christian Moraru, Class of 1949 Distinguished ProfessorG. ENG 650 Modern Literary and Cultural Theory 3. Prerequisites: ENG 101 or equivalent. Prepare for your future. Selected writers of the Restoration and eighteenth century in a historical, literary, and cultural context: Dryden, Behn, Finch, Pope, Swift, Haywood, Johnson, and others. Prerequisites: General Education Reasoning and Discourse requirement (GRD) must already have been met. Historical and critical study of Wharton, Cather, Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Hurston, Faulkner, Wright, Welty, and others. 3.30 GPA in the major, 12 s.h. Critical reading and analysis of British and American lyric, dramatic, and narrative poetry. Notes: Grade: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U). Refer to the Course Schedule for current offerings. Topics include 17th century English lyrics and 17th century prose. Prerequisites: ENG 326 or permission of instructor. Continuation of introductory workshop in writing fiction for students beyond the freshman year. Prerequisites: Enrollment in PhD Program in English or permission of instructor. Notes: This course reserved for full-time MFA candidates. ENG 339 Shakespeare: Early Plays and Sonnets 3. An introduction to the issues and practices in contemporary publishing in America, from acquiring, editing, and preparing manuscripts to their publication as printed books and e-books. ENG 346 English Literature from Victorian to Modern 3. ENG 602 Electronic Research, Writing, and Editing 3. Origins and development of the English language, methods of historical language study, and competing theories of linguistic change. Notes: May be repeated for credit. ENG 706 Topics in Gender and Sexuality Studies 3. Program of reading formulated to meet the varying needs of each student. Select Class Schedule. Workshop in writing and publishing essays and nonfiction literature (including biography, autobiography, literary and cultural criticism, and extended forms of investigative and analytical reporting). Critical and historical study of major twentieth-century American poets to World War II. Selected modern and contemporary writers, such as Conrad, Shaw, Forster, Larkin, Stoppard, and Byatt. ENG 251 Major American Authors: Colonial to Romantic 3. UNCG offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses during Summer Session. If you are interested in taking these classes, sign up as soon as possible! ENG 659 Digital Literacies and Online Rhetorics 3. Study of a major author, movement, or genre, 1660-1800. Attention to poetry and prose. Prerequisites: ENG 620 or permission of instructor. Focus: written skills needed for workplace success. Critical survey of the traditions, ideas, techniques, and directions of African American writing from its beginnings to the early Harlem Renaissance. Happy Holidays from UNCG! A study of the avant-garde literature of the early twentieth-century, focusing on poetry, prose, and drama by writers such as Marcel Proust, Virginia Wolf, T. S. Eliot, Franz Kafka, and others. ENG 324 Teaching Writing in Elementary and Middle Grades 3. Study of women as readers, writers, and characters in literature. A maximum of 9 hours in courses numbered 749 and below may be taken as a non-degree seeking student and applied to a graduate degree or 3 hours for a certificate. ENG 459 Twentieth-Century British Poetry 3. Development of the English novel from Conrad through end of World War II, featuring such writers as Forster, Lawrence, Joyce, Woolf, Huxley, and Greene. English Education Alum Brittany Egerton was recently commissioned as an Ensign in the US Navy! Classic authors and their contributions to the intellectual life of America: Hawthorne, Melville, Douglass, Poe, Whitman, Dickinson, and others. To be taken at the end of the student's plan of study. Historical and critical study of Hawthorne, Stowe, Twain, Alcott, Chesnutt, James, Johnson, and others. P.O. Intensive study of a particular area of American women's writing and affiliated critical work. Rhetoric and Public Advocacy Undergraduate Minor, African American and African Diaspora Studies, Geography, Environment, and Sustainability, Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics, Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, -​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​-​. The language is studied primarily in conjunction with literary texts in the context of their history and culture. The department offers two major programs leading to the B.A. 3143 Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building American prose written after 1900, with an emphasis on historical context, prose traditions in America, and the development of form, style, and genre. Although this year has been met with its share of challenges, trials, and tribulations, we encourage the Spartan family to hold onto hope. Same as ENT 327. Historical and critical study of Updike, McCarthy, Gaddis, Morrison, Tan, Pynchon, and others. ENG 642 Topics in Pre-1800 Literature 3. Exploration of the literatures, cultural productions, histories, and politics of indigenous peoples. The teaching of first-year writing at the college level, including history and theories of writing pedagogy and current best practices. (See the Director of Undergraduate Studies in English.). ENG 607 Text Mining and Natural Language Processing 3. Exploration, analysis, and participation in independent press publishing from inception to final product while practicing the entrepreneurial strategies needed to begin a successful venture. FMS 115-Freshman Seminar in Reasoning and Discourse. Prerequisites: Admission to graduate degree program. Students may not receive credit for ENG 102 and either FMS 116 or RCO 102. Late nineteenth- and twentieth-century authors and their contributions to the development of modern thought: Dickinson, Twain, Frost, Faulkner, Hemingway, and others. ENG 326 Writing of Poetry: Intermediate 3. Students may earn course credit and valuable job experience through English 401: Internship in Journalism and Editing and English 402: Internship in English Studies. Prerequisites: University Reasoning and Discourse requirements must already have been met. Field experience for junior and senior English majors and minors in jobs related to English studies. Amy Vines 336.334.5221 [email protected] This course provides a conceptual and historical introduction to the idea of human rights, surveying major developments in the advocacy of human rights around the globe from 1760 to the present. and Ph.D. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. junior or senior standing; 3.0 cumulative GPA; recommendation of UNCG English faculty member and permission of the Internship Coordinator. A selection of representative plays including Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1 Henry IV, Much Ado about Nothing, Henry V, and Hamlet. Attention to historical, cultural, and literary backgrounds as appropriate. Major Romantic and/or Victorian writers. Exploration of topics in American literature to connect works from different periods, genres, and communities, uncovering broad patterns and trends. Department of English Background studies in language and other related areas. Face masks are required for all visitors and all offices have a maximum occupancy that cannot be exceeded. ENG 746 Studies in Contemporary Rhetorical Theory 3. Intensive review of literature and criticism in a given field in preparation for preliminary examination or dissertation. Historical and critical study of texts from various kinds of speculative fiction, such as fantasy, science fiction, and utopian and/or dystopian writing. Emphasis on relationships among language, culture, and literature. Field experience for junior and senior English majors and minors with a newspaper or magazine publisher. Attention to questions of literary canon and to women¿s position in drama, the novel, and poetry. Select Summer 2021. ENG 375 Topics in Native American and Indigenous Studies 3. ENG 260 Introduction to the English Language 3. and Ph.D. Michelle is a 3rd year PhD student in the English Department and development writer with the Office of Donor and […]. Good luck on your #FDOC! Practice in planning and conducting college-level classes under guidance of senior faculty member. ENG 213 Transcultural Literatures: Medieval to Enlightenment 3. ENG 735 Studies in African-American Literature 3. Reading and writing multiple genres of expository prose, focusing on the products of different writing communities in workplace and public settings. Critical reading and analysis of American and British novels, short stories, and narrative poems. Notes: May be repeated for credit when topic varies. The Greensboro Review, a magazine of poetry and fiction is published here. Required Courses (9-12 hours) All students have three course requirements in their doctoral program, and all are taken as a part of the 27 hour plan of study. Origins, developments, and competing views of rhetoric from classical antiquity into the 17th century; intersections of rhetoric and public discourse, poetics, education, and gender. Discussion of student fiction supplemented by readings of fiction and essays about fiction by historical and contemporary masters of the genre. Prerequisites: ENG 225 or permission of instructor. Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic and instructor varies. ENG 730 Studies in American Literature 3. Intensive work at an advanced level on a selected topic in Gender and Sexuality Studies. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or ENGL major or permission of instructor. ENG 461 Eighteenth-Century British Writers 3. Additionally, students conduct a survey of relevant issues pertaining to privacy rights and intellectual property rights for social network trends and audience analytics. MFA Thesis Reading Livestream: Cortney Esco and Aaron Graham Students investigate the communication practices of a selected academic community and propose a discipline-specific research project. 336-334-5311 Critical study of British literature, and its historical and/or cultural contexts, from the late 1830s through the early 1900s. Designed for students of all majors, this course addresses the rhetorical dimensions of the advocacy and implementation of ideas and projects in professional and social arenas. Risa Applegarth, Director of College Writing Click or tap the Course Offerings Search button below. ENG 316 Studies in Human Rights and Literature 3. in the major; Notes: May be repeated for credit if the topic of study changes. degree: “English” and “English—High School Teaching.” Successful completion of the latter program qualifies the graduate to teach in high schools in North Carolina and other states with which North Carolina has reciprocal licensure agreements. ENG 365 Writing Across the University 3. Other topics of interest to teachers of English, including geographical and social dialects and teaching composition. Printer Friendly Introduction to language in its sociocultural context. Important critical writings from ancient Greece through the nineteenth century, emphasizing their influence upon modern theory and practice. ENG 290 The Rhetoric of Social Movements 3. Sample Course Offerings – Spring 2020. Discussion of student poetry supplemented by readings of poetry and essays about poetry by historical and contemporary masters of the genre. Instruction in composing, editing, and criticizing written discourse. English majors with strong writing skills may apply to volunteer in the University Writing Center with opportunities to earn credit and gain teaching experience. This number reserved for experimental courses. Techniques for describing language, theories about language, and introduction to the structure and history of English. Topics in Victorian literature, with emphasis on such broad cultural issues as empire, gender, industrialization, or aestheticism. Start your online English courses now and switch to on-campus classes when COVID restrictions are lifted. ENG 445 Nineteenth-Century British Writers 3. Prerequisites: ENG 101. permission of instructor. Additionally, students conduct a survey of relevant issues pertaining to surveillance and privacy rights for remote/mobile data collection projects. Only register for ENG 101N if English is NOT your primary language. We will be offering CSC 261 and CSC 350 in Summer 2020. All rights reserved. Critical, cultural, and historical study of the English drama—excluding Shakespeare—from medieval plays to eighteenth-century comedy: Marlowe, Jonson, Webster, Dryden, Congreve, Sheridan, and others. Topics, theories, movements, and authors that comprise the African-American literary tradition. Notes: Course can be repeated twice for a total of 9 hours credit if the topic or instructor varies. Prerequisites: Teaching assistant appointment in English. Studies in selected topics in English or American literature or language. Box 26170 Greensboro, NC 27402. ENG 235 Special Topics: Speculative Fiction 3. Department of English UNC Greensboro. Language and literature of the Anglo-Saxon period (AD 600–1100). Welcome to graduate studies in English at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. ENG 688 Women's Rhetoric and Feminist Pedagogy 3. Introduction to critical approaches to literature. This course provides basic language skills in the non-English languages taught at UNCG for working in a variety of professional contexts. Grade: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U). ENG 230 Writing for the Workplace and Public Audiences 3. Individual conferences. Topics in contemporary and postmodern American literature, culture, and theory. Principles of written discourse with a survey of techniques of teaching composition. That means we bring UNCG’s outstanding academic programs to you.. We partner with faculty and academic units to develop and market robust online courses and degree programs. Her research and teaching interests include rhetorical theory, literacy studies, public and activist writing, feminist historiography, community-engaged learning, and public memory. Major poets, dramatists, satirists read within the context of their times: Marie de France, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Behn, Pope, Swift, and others. Features such writers as Pater, Wilde, Yeats, Shaw, Hardy, Conrad, Ford, and Wells. Offerings may include South Asian Diaspora, Comparative Indigenous Writings, Postcolonial Childhood, Afro-Caribbean Writers, and Australasian Writers. www.uncg.edu/eng, B. Scott Romine, Department Head Prerequisites: Admission to MA program in English or permission of the instructor. classes and some Ph.D. classes is intended to meet the needs of students already employed in teaching or other professions. Drop in-visits are not available. ENG 390 Studies in Writing Center Theory and Practice 3. Major novelists, poets, and playwrights of the modernist period. ENG 209 Topics in Non-Western Literature 3. contact [email protected] for assistance. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or English major or permission of instructor. Workshop in writing essays and other types of nonfiction with emphasis on audience and style. Introduction to Dante's Divine Comedy in English translation. Instruction in composing, editing, and criticizing written discourse. Emphasis on Southern perspectives, values, traditions. ENG 413 History of the English Language 3. Kathleen T. Leuschen is a Lecturer in English in the Writing Program at Emory University. ENG 221 Writing of Poetry: Introductory 3. Physical Address: 3143 Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building Greensboro, NC 27412. Offerings may include Europe at War, World Women Writers, Literature and Revolution, and Holocaust Literature. Variable topics. COURSES. American poetry and related critical theory with special emphasis on Taylor, Poe, Emerson, Whitman, and Dickinson. Critical reading and analysis of British and American drama. Themes, eras, and/or theorists in the history of rhetorical theory and practice. Survey of literary theory from the linguistics of Saussure through recent developments such as poststructuralism, feminist theory, reception theory, and cultural studies. Exploration of some important post-1800 literary texts about "nature," of ecocritical theories, and of affiliated social movements, with particular attention to place-based differences. It May Be For You, If You Want To… teach English in high school be a journalist or editor be a poet or novelist be a lawyer teach English at a college or university have a strong liberal arts education, BA | Honors | Accelerated BA to MA | Teaching Licensure. If you are fluent in a language other than English, contact our department to see if we can help you earn credit by exam that may count toward your graduation and also allow you to enroll in exciting advanced courses. The English major features small classes of students working closely with highly accomplished faculty to develop analytical and writing skills. Practical emphasis on reading and analysis of texts in Old, Middle, and Early Modern English. Serving most of the university’s students through three core classes, the College Writing Program at UNCG teaches writing through an awareness of rhetoric so that students can craft their arguments with a specific audience, situation, and purpose in mind. Study of literary modernism in the period 1890-1940, with particular emphasis on the range of textual and ideological experiment characteristic of the era. Mailing Address: P.O. Spotlight: English Education Alum Karen Phillips i, Spotlight: English Education Alum Brittany Egerton, Michelle Danner-Groves (PhD student) has been sele, Welcome back, Spartans! Research project in conjunction with internship, under guidance of supervisor and assigned faculty. ENG 350 The Twentieth-Century English Novel 3. ENG 604 Electronic Discourse and User Documentation 3. Prerequisites: SPA 301 or SPA 302 or FRE 301 or GER 301 . Theory and application of computer technology in the study of language, rhetoric and composition, and literature, including related ethical, social, and philosophical issues. Note: Courses approved for SI or WI markers do not necessarily carry the marker every time they are offered. Problems and topics in contemporary rhetorical theory; recent trends, issues, methods of rhetorical theory and related disciplines. or English major; or permission of instructor. Topics include exploration and contact, Puritanism, the Great Awakening, the Revolution, and the rise of captivity and travel narratives and the novel. Poets and schools of poetry, British and American, from 1915 to 1945, with emphasis on the great variety of styles and subjects. COURSE: TIMES: RM: COURSE TITLE: INSTR. Study of one or more British Romantic writers, and of Romanticism as a movement. The Department of English boasts twenty-six Tenure-line Faculty, and six Academic Professional Faculty working in a wide range of research interests. No courses below the 500-level will count toward a graduate degree. ENG 698 Topics in Rhetoric/Composition 3. ENGL major; or permission of instructor. Look up basic course information like subject, course and description. Survey of selected major romantic writers, c. 1800–1900: Irving, Bryant, Cooper, Prescott, Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, and authors from the Brahmin and Transcendentalist groups. The creative writing program offers courses both to undergraduates seeking the B.A. Senior-graduate courses are available to advanced students, and the graduate program offers the full range of literary and rhetorical studies leading to the M.A. Principles of writing center theory, including writing center history, philosophy, and pedagogy; training of writing center consultants and experience in teaching writing in individualized or small-group tutorial sessions. Exploration of selected topics in Rhetoric and Composition. British and American poetry 1945 to present. Students collect and analyze unstructured text data using web/API scraping methods, and then analyze their corpus using text mining and natural language processing. Department of English. degree. View registration status, update student term data, and complete pre-registration requirements. Focus on the historical and critical study of the Young Adult genre; examination of themes; strategies of effective reading; discussion techniques for teachers. Instruction in research methodologies as relevant to college writing projects. She got her licensure as a […]. Notes: May be repeated once when topic varies. Authors and topics will vary. ENG 108 Topics in British and American Literature 3. Post-1945 British literature in cultural, political/historical context. Prerequisites: Admission to PhD program, 18 hours of course work beyond the MA, and permission of the Director of Graduate Study. The College considers successful completion of the 204 course a demonstration of proficiency. Prerequisites: 36 hours of PhD course work and permission of Director of Graduate Study. Terry Kennedy, Graduate Program Director, M.F.A. Exploration of selected topics in the study of rhetoric and composition. ENG 391 Studies in Digital Studio Theory and Practice 3. ENG 610 Content Analysis for Social Network Data 3. ENG 205 Literature and Social Sciences 3. Academic supervision provided by Internship Coordinator and direction in field provided by job supervisor. ENG 691 History of Rhetoric: Enlightenment through Contemporary 3. Drama of late nineteenth century and twentieth century, continental, English, and American. Instruction in drafting, revising, and compilation of a final portfolio. Box 26170 Because the UNCG English major requires only 36 hours of course work, it provides great flexibility for widely varying educational and career plans: see the requirements here [Paul, add link]. ENG 320 Journalism III: Feature Writing and Reviewing 3. Examines women's writing and teaching in their cultural, social, ethnic, racial contexts. Prerequisites: Sophomore, junior, or senior standing. ENG 212 Major British Authors: Romantic to Modern 3. An examination of the verbal and non-verbal rhetorical strategies of groups and individuals attempting to effect social change, and the counter-strategies of those who oppose them. Principal authors, from colonial times to the present, and literary movements related to the development and influence of the Southern tradition in American literature. Students collect social network data to analyze trends (both #hashtag trends and organic/non-tagged trends), focusing specifically on audience engagement and comments. ENG 351 The American Novel through World War I 3. Directed research project for students in the MED program. English: 4 units (emphasis on grammar, composition, and literature) Math: 4 units (including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and one approved course beyond Algebra II) Science: 3 units (including at least one unit in life or biological science, at least one unit in physical science, and at least one lab course) Scheduling of M.A. Notes: May be repeated once for credit when topic changes. Also, ENG 101N is College Writing for non-native speakers. or permission of instructor; Prerequisites: ENGL major and junior or senior standing. An introduction to current practices in the publishing industry from manuscript preparation to the printed book or magazine. Continuation of introductory workshop in writing poetry for students beyond the freshman year. Greensboro, NC 27402, Phone: 336-334-5311 First Session Summer School: May 12 – June 16, 2021 : PSC 510: Web Based Course (Canvas opens 5/12/2021) Online: Communicating with Data in Public Policy – 3 hr. 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