MWF 8am-8:50am - LIT 100 - 06 Popular Culture: Reading Culture as Text
An introduction to analyzing and interpreting everyday cultural expressions within diverse social, historical, economic, and political contexts.
MWF 9am-9:50am - LIT 206 - 02 AFRICAN AMERICAN LIT/LITERARY THEORY
This course will examine the relationship between Afro-American literature and the theories serving to explain it.
MWF 10am-10:50am - ENG 194 - 03 CONVENTIONS OF READING AND WRITING
An introduction to the study of reading and writing textual genres: literature, essays, film, autobiography, editorials etc. Students examine how their own reading and writing assumptions and stategies affect their interpretation and production of texts. First of three majors’ core courses.
MWF 11am-11:50am - WRH 205 - 01 Composing Cyberspace
Students compose websites and blogs and examine the unique intersection of visual and verbal rhetoric that informs composition in cyberspace.
WEDNESDAY ONLY - 4:15pm-7pm - LIT 297 - 01 THEMES IN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE