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Class schedule for English - Fall 2019
Term Registration Code: 2198
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Register for classes with multiple components (e.g., LEC and LAB or DIS and ACT) using the Class Nbr for your preferred "E" (enrollment) section. You will either be prompted to add a corequisite "N" (non-enrollment) section, indicated by an *, or you will automatically be enrolled in the corequisite "N" section, indicated by the Auto Enrl number, depending on how the course is set up.
Class TypeAuto EnrlReg NumSubjCat NumSectCompStatusTitleUnitsInstructorSeats AvailTot EnrlDaysTimeBldg
Room
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E 3562 ENGL 130EW 01 DIS Open Academic Writing - ESL (W) 3 Moura,Dori E 7 18 TR 200PM
315PM
OCNL 237
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131E. This section is reserved for non-native speakers of English. Please contact Sharon DeMeyer at sdemeyer@csuchico.edu for assistance with registration.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3535 ENGL 130W 01 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Coyle,Eliott N 2 28 MWF 0800AM
0850AM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3556 ENGL 130W 02 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3557 ENGL 130W 03 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3566 ENGL 130W 04 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Coyle,Eliott N 0 30 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3581 ENGL 130W 05 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 1200PM
1250PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3612 ENGL 130W 06 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Rogers,Linda I 0 30 MWF 100PM
150PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3568 ENGL 130W 07 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Coyle,Eliott N 1 29 MWF 200PM
250PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3569 ENGL 130W 08 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Farrell,Brenton M 1 29 TR 0800AM
0915AM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3576 ENGL 130W 09 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Coyle,Eliott N 0 30 TR 0930AM
1045AM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3577 ENGL 130W 10 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Murphy,Athena R 1 29 TR 1100AM
1215PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3608 ENGL 130W 11 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Matteucci,Alexandra S 0 30 TR 1230PM
145PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3567 ENGL 130W 12 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Matteucci,Alexandra S 0 30 TR 200PM
315PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3580 ENGL 130W 13 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Franks,Matthew W 1 29 TR 330PM
445PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3583 ENGL 130W 14 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 0 30 TR 500PM
615PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3591 ENGL 130W 15 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Liebenberg,Ibe J 1 29 MW 400PM
515PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3592 ENGL 130W 16 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 0 31 MW 530PM
645PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3594 ENGL 130W 17 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Liebenberg,Ibe J 0 30 TR 630PM
745PM
ARTS 206B
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3558 ENGL 130W 18 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Liebenberg,Ibe J 0 30 TR 1230PM
145PM
BUTE 221
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3579 ENGL 130W 23 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Liebenberg,Ibe J 1 29 TR 200PM
315PM
MODC 118
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3582 ENGL 130W 24 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Farrell,Brenton M 1 29 MWF 1200PM
1250PM
BUTE 225
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3534 ENGL 130W 25 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Franks,Matthew W 0 30 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 221
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3680 ENGL 130W 26 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Matteucci,Alexandra S 0 30 TR 0930AM
1045AM
BUTE 219
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3681 ENGL 130W 27 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Matteucci,Alexandra S 0 30 TR 330PM
445PM
BUTE 219
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3682 ENGL 130W 28 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Coyle,Eliott N 0 30 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 5684 ENGL 130W 30 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Liebenberg,Ibe J 0 30 TR 1100AM
1215PM
OCNL 239
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 131 for GE Ready with Support & Early Start Program students.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3631 ENGL 130W 50 DIS Full Academic Writing (W) 3 Wolf,Cynthia L 0 100 TR 330PM
445PM
THMA 116
 
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  • Corequisite: UNIV 105W-50 TR 2-3:15. This U-Course allows you to earn credit for your required GE Written Communication and Learning for Life requirements through a non-traditional, project-based approach.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
  • This class will be taught using a common learning environment with other sections in Blackboard. For additional information, please contact your instructor.
 
E 3658 ENGL 130W 53 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Farrell,Brenton M 8 88 MW 0900AM
1015AM
THMA 116
 
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  • Corequisite: SCED 102-53 MW 10:30-11:20 plus lab section (SCED 102-54-57). This U-Course allows you to earn credit for your required GE Written Communication and Life Sciences requirements through a non-traditional, project-based approach.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
 
E 3601 ENGL 130W 54 DIS Open Academic Writing (W) 3 Wolf,Cynthia L 2 98 MW 130PM
245PM
THMA 116
 
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  • Corequisite: ANTH 116-54 MW 12-1:15. This U-Course allows you to earn credit for your required GE Written Communication and Individual & Society requirements through a non-traditional, project-based approach.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Written Communication (A2)
  • This class will be taught using a common learning environment with other sections in Blackboard. For additional information, please contact your instructor.
 
E 3622 ENGL 131 01 ACT Open Writing Workshop 1 Sparks,Laura A 1 9 W 1200PM
1250PM
BUTE 209
 
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  • Corequisite: Engl 130W.
  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3660 ENGL 131 02 ACT Cancl Writing Workshop 1 0 0
 
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  • Corequisite: Engl 130W.
  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
 
E 3661 ENGL 131 03 ACT Cancl Writing Workshop 1 0 0
 
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  • Corequisite: Engl 130W.
  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
 
E 3662 ENGL 131 04 ACT Open Writing Workshop 1 Sparks,Laura A 2 8 F 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 209
 
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  • Corequisite: Engl 130W.
  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
 
E 3663 ENGL 131 05 ACT Open Writing Workshop 1 Sparks,Laura A 4 6 W 1200PM
1250PM
LANG 303
 
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  • Corequisite: Engl 130W.
  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3664 ENGL 131 06 ACT Open Writing Workshop 1 Sparks,Laura A 4 6 W 1000AM
1050AM
BUTE 203
 
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  • Corequisite: Engl 130W.
  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3665 ENGL 131 07 ACT Cancl Writing Workshop 1 0 0
 
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  • Corequisite: Engl 130W.
  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
 
E 3624 ENGL 131E 01 ACT Open Writing Workshop - ESL 1 Sparks,Laura A 7 18 TBA
 
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  • Corequisite: ENGL 130EW. This section is reserved for non-native speakers of English. Please call Sharon DeMeyer, 898-5488, for assistance with registration.
  • Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3590 ENGL 203 01 LEC Open Shakespeare in Film 3 Kelly,Erin K 14 16 W 400PM
650PM
HOLT 352
 
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  • In English 203, we will engage with a range of film adaptations of Shakespeare's work, exploring what Shakespeare has meant for different cultures and in different time periods. We will watch classics like Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood and compare them to new films like the 2015 Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. The class includes tragedies, history plays, and comedies like Much Ado About Nothing. We will read the texts of Shakespeare's plays as well as shorter readings on film theory and terminology, thinking about how his texts work on the page, on the stage, and on the screen. Classes will be a mixture of lectures, discussions, and film viewings. This course may be taken as an elective or to fulfill the General Education C1: Arts requirement. English 203 can be used to fulfill the Arts requirement within the Ethics, Justice & Policy Pathway or the Gender & Sexuality Studies Pathway.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Arts (C1)
 
N ENGL 220W 01 DIS Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) 4 Allen,Ian T 2 25 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
GLNN 225
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
E 01 3536 ENGL 220W 02 ACT Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) Allen,Ian T 2 25 M 1100AM
1150AM
GLNN 225
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
N ENGL 220W 03 DIS Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) 4 Davidson,Robert G 1 26 MWF 100PM
150PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
E 03 3585 ENGL 220W 04 ACT Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) Davidson,Robert G 1 26 M 200PM
250PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
N ENGL 220W 05 DIS Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) 4 Clark,Jeanne E 9 18 TR 0800AM
0915AM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
E 05 3587 ENGL 220W 06 ACT Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) Clark,Jeanne E 9 18 W 300PM
350PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
N ENGL 220W 07 DIS Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) 4 Clark,Jeanne E 4 23 TR 0930AM
1045AM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
E 07 3611 ENGL 220W 08 ACT Open Beginning Creative Writing (W) Clark,Jeanne E 4 23 W 1200PM
1250PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
E 3537 ENGL 240 01 LEC Cancl Literature for Life 3 0 0
 
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Learning for Life (E)
 
E 3672 ENGL 252 01 LEC Open American Indian Literature 3 Hedrick,Calvin B 31 4 M 200PM
450PM
GLNN 308
 
  • This class is also offered as: AIST 252-01
  • Sustainability Class
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
    • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3616 ENGL 258W 01 LEC Open World Literature (W) 3 Murphy,Athena R 3 22 TR 330PM
445PM
BUTE 323
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
    • Global Cultures Course
 
E 3634 ENGL 260W 01 LEC Open Great Books (W) 3 Traver,Teresa H 4 21 MWF 100PM
150PM
BUTE 225
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
E 3635 ENGL 261W 01 LEC Open Women Writers (W) 3 Moore,Anna B 2 23 M 400PM
515PM
BUTE 307
 
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  • Requires 1.50 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
 
E 3578 ENGL 264W 01 LEC Open Amer Eth/Reg Writers (W) 3 Murphy,Athena R 1 24 TR 200PM
315PM
GLNN 327
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Humanities (C2)
    • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 5594 ENGL 276 01 LEC Full Survey of Early British Lit 3 Kelly,Erin K 0 38 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 325
 
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E 5333 ENGL 278 01 LEC Full Survey of Early American Lit 3 Brown,Matthew D 0 36 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 325
 
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E 3618 ENGL 304 01 LEC Open Comics and Graphic Novels 3 Traver,John C 14 21 TR 500PM
615PM
PAC 116
 
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N ENGL 320W 01 DIS Open Poetry Writing (W) 4 Clark,Jeanne E 3 22 TR 1100AM
1215PM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 01 3540 ENGL 320W 02 ACT Open Poetry Writing (W) Clark,Jeanne E 3 22 W 200PM
250PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
N ENGL 321W 01 DIS Open Fiction Writing (W) 4 Davidson,Robert G 3 22 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 01 3542 ENGL 321W 02 ACT Open Fiction Writing (W) Davidson,Robert G 3 22 M 1200PM
1250PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
N ENGL 327W 01 DIS Open Creative Nonfiction Writing(W) 4 Pape,Sarah K 6 19 TR 1230PM
145PM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 01 3565 ENGL 327W 02 ACT Open Creative Nonfiction Writing(W) Pape,Sarah K 6 19 T 330PM
420PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3648 ENGL 330W 01 DIS Open Intro to Technical Writing (W) 3 Enriquez-Loya,Ayde 1 29 TR 1230PM
145PM
ARTS 107
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3550 ENGL 332 01 LEC Open Intro to Literacy Studies 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 4 26 MW 530PM
645PM
ARTS 105
 
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E 3572 ENGL 333W 01 DIS Open Adv Comp for Future Tchrs (W) 3 Sparks,Laura A 5 30 MW 0900AM
0950AM
BUTE 225
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3607 ENGL 333W 02 DIS Full Adv Comp for Future Tchrs (W) 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 36 MW 300PM
350PM
ARTS 105
 
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  • Some internet use required.
  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3595 ENGL 333W 03 DIS Open Adv Comp for Future Tchrs (W) 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 2 20 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
  • warning Entirely internet based.
  • This class is also offered as: ENGL 333W-72
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  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3560 ENGL 333W 72 DIS Full Adv Comp for Future Tchrs (W) 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 0 13 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
  • warning Entirely internet based.
  • This class is also offered as: ENGL 333W-03
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  • This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.
  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3545 ENGL 335W 01 DIS Open Rhetoric and Writing (W) 3 Sparks,Laura A 11 19 MW 1000AM
1050AM
BUTE 325
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3598 ENGL 335W 02 DIS Open Rhetoric and Writing (W) 3 Sparks,Laura A 2 28 MW 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 227
 
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  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3606 ENGL 338W 01 LEC Open Environmental Rhetoric (W) 3 Millard,Nathaniel M 3 27 TR 0800AM
0915AM
BUTE 225
 
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  • Sustainability Class
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3630 ENGL 338W 02 LEC Full Environmental Rhetoric (W) 3 Sparks,Laura A 0 30 TR 0930AM
1045AM
MLIB 442
 
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  • Sustainability Class
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3538 ENGL 340 01 LEC Full Approaches to Literary Genres 3 Traver,Teresa H 0 33 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
BUTE 309
 
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E 3599 ENGL 341 01 LEC Full Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 36 MW 200PM
250PM
ARTS 105
 
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  • Some internet use required.
  • Requires 1 hour per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3600 ENGL 341 02 LEC Full Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Moore,Anna B 0 22 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
  • warning Entirely internet based.
  • This class is also offered as: ENGL 341-72
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  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class will be taught using a common learning environment with other sections in Blackboard. For additional information, please contact your instructor.
 
E 3637 ENGL 341 03 LEC Full Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Moore,Anna B 0 35 M 1000AM
1050AM
GLNN 123
 
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  • Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 6069 ENGL 341 04 LEC Open Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Moore,Anna B 1 34 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
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  • Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class will be taught using a common learning environment with other sections in Blackboard. For additional information, please contact your instructor.
 
E 3574 ENGL 341 72 LEC Full Reading Lit for Future Tchrs 3 Moore,Anna B 0 13 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
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  • This class is also offered as: ENGL 341-02
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  • This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.
  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class will be taught using a common learning environment with other sections in Blackboard. For additional information, please contact your instructor.
 
E 3602 ENGL 342W 01 LEC Full Literature of the Child (W) 3 Traver,Teresa H 0 31 M 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 225
 
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  • Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3619 ENGL 342W 02 LEC Full Literature of the Child (W) 3 Traver,Teresa H 0 30 W 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 225
 
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  • Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3628 ENGL 342W 03 LEC Full Literature of the Child (W) 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 0 31 MW 400PM
515PM
PHSC 301
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3652 ENGL 342W 04 LEC Full Literature of the Child (W) 3 Murphy,Athena R 0 31 TR 0930AM
1045AM
OCNL 123
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
 
E 3653 ENGL 342W 05 LEC Full Literature of the Child (W) 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 0 32 TR 330PM
445PM
BUTE 101
 
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E 3596 ENGL 350W 01 LEC Full Science, Technology & Lit (W) 3 Brown,Matthew D 0 30 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
ARTS 105
 
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E 3620 ENGL 350W 02 LEC Full Science, Technology & Lit (W) 3 Sparks,Corey T 0 32 TR 330PM
445PM
BUTE 325
 
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  • This course will examine unconventional literary forms to think about literature as a kind of technology that revolutionizes our sense of identity and world. During the semester we will engage various electronic literature texts, graphic novels, digital games, and avant garde literary texts and movements. In doing this, we will explore how literature pushes conceptual and technological boundaries.
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    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
    • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3629 ENGL 350W 03 LEC Open Science, Technology & Lit (W) 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 2 28 MWF 1100AM
1150AM
BUTE 309
 
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  • Science fiction has a way of asking us difficult questions as a society. In our section of Science, Technology and Fiction we will consider these issues by looking through four themes: Dystopian Worlds; Time Travel; Apocalyptic Events; and Aliens, Monsters, and Zombies. Be ready to join other worlds that have something to say about ours. Texts and movies to be discussed include: Kindred by Octavia Butler; "The Langoliers" by Stephen King; I am Legend; The Terminator; and The Road by Cormac McCarthy.
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    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
    • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3654 ENGL 350W 04 LEC Open Science, Technology & Lit (W) 3 Farrell,Brenton M 1 29 TR 0930AM
1045AM
PAC 210
 
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E 3677 ENGL 350W 05 LEC Open Science, Technology & Lit (W) 3 Sparks,Corey T 1 29 TR 0930AM
1045AM
BUTE 325
 
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  • This course will examine unconventional literary forms to think about literature as a kind of technology that revolutionizes our sense of identity and world. During the semester we will engage various electronic literature texts, graphic novels, digital games, and avant garde literary texts and movements. In doing this, we will explore how literature pushes conceptual and technological boundaries.
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
    • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3533 ENGL 355 01 SEM Open Bible, Lit, and Culture 3 Traver,John C 1 39 TR 1230PM
145PM
BUTE 229
 
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E 3655 ENGL 355 02 SEM Full Bible, Lit, and Culture 3 Traver,John C 0 40 TR 200PM
315PM
PAC 116
 
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E 3605 ENGL 364W 01 LEC Open American Ethnic & Reg Lit (W) 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 13 17 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
BUTE 323
 
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  • African American Literature
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E 3614 ENGL 364W 02 LEC Open American Ethnic & Reg Lit (W) 3 Enriquez-Loya,Ayde 4 26 TR 1100AM
1215PM
MLIB 442
 
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  • "Reclaiming Indigenous Storytelling Practices" Course Description: This course will examine the role of storytelling practices in shaping identities and realities for Chicanx folks. We will study narratives from a broad spectrum seeking to answer questions such as: What makes a person a Chicanx? What does it mean to call oneself a Chicanx? How does history give shape to Chicanismo? Who gets to define Chicanismo? How do the stories told about Chicanx give shape to their reality? Who gets to tell these stories?
  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • Upper-Division Arts/Humanities (UDC)
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E 3543 ENGL 371 01 LEC Full Principles of Language 3 Olejarczuk,Paul 0 36 TR 1100AM
1215PM
PHSC 301
 
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  • LBST students need to take ENGL 471 instead of ENGL 371 & ENGL 470 effective fall 2011.
 
E 3555 ENGL 375 01 LEC Open Introduction to Engl Grammar 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 2 33 TR 330PM
445PM
BUTE 225
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
N ENGL 415 01 DIS Open Editing Literary Magazines 4 Pape,Sarah K 12 13 TR 200PM
315PM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 01 3604 ENGL 415 02 ACT Open Editing Literary Magazines Pape,Sarah K 12 13 R 330PM
420PM
ARTS 306A
 
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N ENGL 421 01 DIS Open Advanced Fict & Nonfict Wrtng 4 Davidson,Robert G 5 16 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 01 5335 ENGL 421 02 ACT Open Advanced Fict & Nonfict Wrtng Davidson,Robert G 5 16 W 400PM
450PM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 02 3546 ENGL 431 01 SEM Open Theory/Practice in Tutor Comp 4 Fosen,Christian J 13 17 TR 330PM
445PM
ARTS 106
 
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N ENGL 431 02 LAB Open Theory/Practice in Tutor Comp Fosen,Christian J 13 17 TBA
 
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  • Requires 0 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3597 ENGL 441W 01 LEC Full Shakespeare (W) 3 Kelly,Erin K 0 30 TR 200PM
315PM
BUTE 309
 
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  • English 441 is an introduction to the plays of William Shakespeare. We will read plays from all four dramatic genres: comedy, history, tragedy and romance. In this course, we will focus on Shakespeare in theatrical performance, learning the conventions and conditions of performance in Renaissance playhouses, watching excerpts of modern theatrical productions, and performing scenes in class. Through this approach, we will discuss how Shakespeare works within and against the conventions of dramatic genres and consider the variety of ways that these plays can be presented on stage. This is an approved Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement course. This course is also an approved Writing Course. Prerequisites: ENGL 130 or JOUR 130 (or equivalent); ENGL 276, ENGL 340.
 
E 3552 ENGL 451 01 SEM Open Modern Poetry 3 Sparks,Corey T 4 31 TR 0800AM
0915AM
ARTS 107
 
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  • In English 451, we will read work written by a diverse array of authors to help us think about and analyze experiments in poetic form
 
E 5339 ENGL 455 01 SEM Open The 18th-Century British Novel 3 Traver,John C 10 25 TR 0930AM
1045AM
BUTE 221
 
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E 5906 ENGL 459 01 SEM Open Later American Literature 3 Brown,Matthew D 1 19 W 200PM
450PM
HOLT 111
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3554 ENGL 467 01 SEM Open Teaching Multicultural Lit 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 5 25 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
BUTE 325
 
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  • This class meets the following General Education requirements:
    • U.S. Diversity Course
 
E 3548 ENGL 470 01 SEM Open Second Language Acquisition 3 Thurgood,Elzbieta A 12 18 MWF 0900AM
0950AM
GLNN 308
 
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  • Prerequisite: ENGL 371. LBST students need to take ENGL 471 instead of ENGL 371 & ENGL 470 effective fall 2011.
 
E 3570 ENGL 471 01 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 1 28 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
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  • All LBST students need to take ENGL 471 effective fall 2011. All other students who have passed either ENGL 371 or ENGL 470 cannot take ENGL 471.
  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class will be taught using a common learning environment with other sections in Blackboard. For additional information, please contact your instructor.
 
E 3575 ENGL 471 02 LEC Full Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Olejarczuk,Paul 0 30 TR 200PM
315PM
BUTE 225
 
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  • All LBST students need to take ENGL 471 effective fall 2011. All other students who have passed either ENGL 371 or ENGL 470 cannot take ENGL 471.
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E 3571 ENGL 471 03 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 4 26 TR 1100AM
1215PM
BUTE 225
 
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  • All LBST students need to take ENGL 471 effective fall 2011. All other students who have passed either ENGL 371 or ENGL 470 cannot take ENGL 471.
 
E 3609 ENGL 471 04 LEC Full Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 0 31 TR 1230PM
145PM
BUTE 225
 
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  • All LBST students need to take ENGL 471 effective fall 2011. All other students who have passed either ENGL 371 or ENGL 470 cannot take ENGL 471.
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E 3615 ENGL 471 05 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Soares Palmer,Dionne M 1 29 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
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  • All LBST students need to take ENGL 471 effective fall 2011. All other students who have passed either ENGL 371 or ENGL 470 cannot take ENGL 471.
  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 6135 ENGL 471 06 LEC Full Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 0 5 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
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  • This class is also offered as: ENGL 471-73
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  • Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
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E 3573 ENGL 471 72 LEC Full Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Wright,Saundra K 0 31 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
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  • All LBST students need to take ENGL 471 effective fall 2011. All other students who have passed either ENGL 371 or ENGL 470 cannot take ENGL 471. This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class.  Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.
  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 6089 ENGL 471 73 LEC Open Intsv Theo & Prac 2nd Lang Acq 3 Yip,Chak Lam Colum 2 24 TBA
WWW ONLINE
 
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  • This class is also offered as: ENGL 471-06
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  • This is a Chico Distance & Online Education class. Only students who are registered in an online degree program or who reside outside of Chico and have contacted Regional and Continuing Education prior to enrollment (530-898-6105) will be permitted to enroll in this section.
  • Requires 3 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
  • This class will be taught using a common learning environment with other sections in Blackboard. For additional information, please contact your instructor.
 
E 3559 ENGL 472 01 LEC Open Pedagogical Grammar 3 Thurgood,Elzbieta A 10 20 MWF 0800AM
0850AM
GLNN 308
 
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  • ENGL 372 has been renumbered as ENGL 472. Students who have taken ENGL 372 cannot take ENGL 472.
 
E 3553 ENGL 477 01 LEC Open Semantics: Lang and Meaning 3 Wright,Saundra K 11 19 MWF 1000AM
1050AM
BUTE 225
 
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E 3632 ENGL 481 01 LEC Open Sociolinguistics 3 Olejarczuk,Paul 5 25 TR 0930AM
1045AM
BUTE 225
 
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  • How do people create and emphasize intersectional identities (regional, ethnic, class, gender, sexuality) utilizing different linguistic means and dialects? We will study language in society through an exploration of variation in different contexts, focusing on Englishes, but also draw on variation in other languages.
 
E 3626 ENGL 489 01 SUP Full Internship in English 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 1 TBA
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3674 ENGL 489 02 SUP Full Internship in English 3 Pape,Sarah K 0 4 TBA
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3678 ENGL 489 03 SUP Cancl Internship in English 1 0 0
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
 
E 3684 ENGL 489 05 SUP Cancl Internship in English 1 0 0
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
 
E 3687 ENGL 499 01 SUP Cancl Special Problems 1 0 0
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
 
N ENGL 519 01 DIS Open Chapbook Production 4 Pape,Sarah K 14 11 TR 500PM
615PM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 01 5337 ENGL 519 02 ACT Open Chapbook Production Pape,Sarah K 14 11 T 615PM
705PM
ARTS 306A
 
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E 3645 ENGL 599H 01 SUP Full Honors Senior Thesis 3 Candelaria,Kelly T 0 1 TBA
 
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E 6219 ENGL 599H 02 SUP Full Honors Senior Thesis 3 Brown,Matthew D 0 1 TBA
 
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E 6315 ENGL 599H 03 SUP Full Honors Senior Thesis 0 Sparks,Corey T 0 1 TBA
 
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  • Requires 0 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3549 ENGL 620 01 SEM Open Workshop Form and Practice 3 Davidson,Robert G 2 2 W 400PM
450PM
ARTS 306A
 
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  • Requires 2 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
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E 3647 ENGL 636 01 SEM Open Comp Prog Design/Development 3 Fosen,Christian J 7 5 R 500PM
750PM
ARTS 107
 
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E 5338 ENGL 653 01 SEM Open Amer Literature: 1920-Present 3 Brown,Matthew D 3 2 W 200PM
450PM
HOLT 111
 
  • This class is also offered as: ENGL 459-01
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E 3589 ENGL 661 01 SEM Open Literary Criticism and Theory 3 Sparks,Corey T 6 6 M 200PM
450PM
ARTS 106
 
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E 3638 ENGL 689 01 SUP Cancl Internship in Literary Arts 1 0 0
 
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E 3673 ENGL 689 02 SUP Cancl Internship in Literary Arts 1 0 0
 
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E 3627 ENGL 689T 01 SUP Full Internship in Teaching College 3 Traver,Teresa H 0 1 TBA
 
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E 5925 ENGL 689T 02 SUP Full Internship in Teaching College 3 Clark,Jeanne E 0 1 TBA
 
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E 6192 ENGL 689T 03 SUP Full Internship in Teaching College 3 Jaxon,Kimberly D 0 1 TBA
 
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  • Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 5549 ENGL 692 01 SEM Open Special Topics in English 3 Enriquez-Loya,Ayde 8 4 T 200PM
450PM
BUTE 203
 
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  • In/Danger[ous] Chicana and American Indian Women Writing Across Transnational Borders In this course, students will interrogate borders and binaries and juxtapose Chicana and American Indian storytelling practices, traditions, and languages. In addition, this course will also examine the history, theory, and rhetorical practices that are used to both place Chicana and American women in danger while simultaneously labeling them as dangerous. In order to decenter Western literary and rhetorical tradition, the course will include Nahuatl language instruction that will utilize performative and embodied teaching strategies.
 
E 3685 ENGL 697 02 SUP Cancl Independent Study 1 0 0
 
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E 3640 ENGL 699P 01 SUP Full Master's Project 5 Davidson,Robert G 0 1 TBA
 
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  • Requires 15 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3639 ENGL 699T 01 SUP Full Master's Thesis 3 Heggins Bryant,Nathaniel Z 0 2 TBA
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
  • Requires 9 hours per week to be assigned (TBA) by instructor, in addition to any scheduled time shown.
 
E 3676 ENGL 699T 03 SUP Cancl Master's Thesis 1 0 0
 
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  • Zero-Cost Course Materials.
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