Articles by: Dayana Soler

20th-Century British Women’s Fiction course

20th-Century British Women’s Fiction course

The course 20th-Century British Women’s Fiction (ENL 4503-U01),offers a study of the work of four pivotal 20th-century British women novelists […]

James Joyce and His Contemporaries  – Fall 2021

James Joyce and His Contemporaries – Fall 2021

James Joyce and His Contemporaries (ENL 4273-U01) offers a systematic study of the development of James Joyce’s aesthetic and artistic […]

Victorian Medievalism Fall 2021

Victorian Medievalism Fall 2021

The Victorian Medievalism (ENL 4210-U01) course will explore Victorian literature and art in parallel with the medieval texts it sought […]

Jane Austen and the Brontës in Adaptation course

Jane Austen and the Brontës in Adaptation course

The Department of English will offer its Jane Austen and the Brontës in Adaptation (ENL 4303-RVC) course this upcoming semester. […]

Post Colonial Literature in the Americas – Fall 2021

Post Colonial Literature in the Americas – Fall 2021

The Department of English’s fall course, Post Colonial Literature in the Americas (LIT 5487-U01) will feature a variety of modern […]

Document and Visual Design – Fall 2021

Document and Visual Design – Fall 2021

The Department of English is offering the course Document & Visual Design (ENC 4260-U01) course for the 2021 Fall Semester. […]

New course: Sports, Rhetoric and Society

New course: Sports, Rhetoric and Society

Sports, Rhetoric and Society (ENC 4930-RVC) will offer students a unique opportunity to explore issues related to sports while developing […]

Alternative Writing and Rhetorics course

Alternative Writing and Rhetorics course

The Department of English will offer Alternative Writing and Rhetorics (ENC 4373-U01) this upcoming Fall semester. Have you ever wondered […]

Postcolonial Ecocriticism – Fall 2021 course

Postcolonial Ecocriticism – Fall 2021 course

The Department of English’s upcoming fall course, Postcolonial Ecocriticism (LIT 4188-U01) introduces students to the field of postcolonial ecocriticism through […]

English Course: Cultures of the Anthropocene

English Course: Cultures of the Anthropocene

Registration for the Spring 2021 semester is now closed. The Department of English is offering its Cultures of the Anthropocene […]