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ENGL 3792 - L American Autobiography
This course will examine the development of American autobiography from the early captivity narratives written in the colonial period to the contemporary memoirs of today. We’ll begin by focusing on a few early examples ...
ENGL 2000 - B Ways of Reading
Who decides what texts mean? Are some interpretations better than others? Does the author's intention matter? How does language work? In this foundational course, we will study texts of the cultures around us, as well as ...
ENGL 2007 - N Survey of American Literature II
American Literature II is an introductory survey of the period between the end of the Civil War and the present. We’ll read a wide variety of works over a broad sweep of time. We’ll learn about some of the literary movements ...
ENGL 1010 Essentials of Writing
Course Description Welcome to English 1010. This course will introduce you to the conventions and expectations of writing at the college level. Since careful reading leads to stronger writing, we will spend time examining ...
ENGL1100C: Composition and Rhetoric
Course Description: “Finding Our Way” Goal: You will learn to write an essay that articulates a clear, logical thesis through well-chosen evidence and effective analysis. You will have the opportunity to revise your work. ...