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    • ENG 1002: Diaspora Literature (COWC) 

      Stewart, Elizabeth (2021-01)
      This course explores literature about diaspora: “ as the abandonment of home, whether voluntary or enforced, and a search for a new home, new opportunities, and new beginnings, even as the home of the past lingers in the ...
    • ENG 2010: Interpreting Texts: Literary Reading and Critical Practice 

      Lavinsky, David (2021-01)
      This “gateway” course to the English major is an introduction to critical issues in the discipline of literary studies. It is not, strictly speaking, an introduction to the history of literary criticism or a survey of ...
    • ENG INTC 1005H: Parisian Views: Spectacle, Reality, and the Invention of Mass Culture 

      Mesch, Rachel (2021-01)
      “Interpreting the Creative” (INTC) courses within the Yeshiva College core curriculum provide students with foundational tools for appreciating, understanding, and interpreting works from various domains of the creative ...
    • ENG INTC 1041: Spoiler Alert: Modern Storytelling Across Genres 

      Mesch, Rachel (2021-01)
      This class will explore modern storytelling across genres, from the novel, short story, and graphic novel to film, television, podcasts and beyond. Students will learn to engage deeply with these diverse forms as texts to ...
    • ENG/CUOT 1006: The Monstrous 

      Lavinsky, David (2019-09)
      Werewolves, dragons, giants, witches, demons, lepers, anthropophagi (a race of cannibals with eyes in their chests)-the Middle Ages were awash in tales of the monstrous. In this class, we will consider monsters and the ...
    • ENG2049: Romantic Revolutions 

      Fitzgerald, Lauren (Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University, 2022-08)
      COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course examines works by famous British Romantic authors—Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Keats, the Shelleys, and Austen—through the lens of revolution. Part of the “Age of Revolution,” this ...