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University of Massachusetts Amherst

University of Massachusetts Amherst

English Department

Graduate Courses

Schedule of Graduate English Classes

Spring 2015




(Subject to Change)


Course Number

Title

Meeting Pattern

Instructor

Engl

698B

Intro to Teaching Writing

T,Th, 10:10-11:15

 

Hoang, LeCourt, Woods

Engl

698I

Teaching Basic Writing

by arrangement

Anne Bello

Engl

698J

Teacher Mentoring

by arrangement

Peggy Woods

Engl

698M

P-Teaching Creative Writing II

M, 5:00-6:00

J. Jacobson, S. Murray

Engl

698R

Applied Literary Arts

by arrangement

J. Jacobson, S. Murray

Engl

698V-1

Spec. Topics/Teaching Writing

M, 4:00-5:00

H. Hoang, A. Bello, D. Fleming

Engl

698V-2

Spec. Topics/Teaching Writing

M, 4:00-5:00

H. Hoang, A. Bello, D. Fleming

Engl

698V-3

Spec. Topics/Teaching Writing

M, 4:00-5:00

H. Hoang, A. Bello, D. Fleming

Engl

699

Master's Thesis

by arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engl

745

Romantic Literature

Th, 5:30-8:00

Joselyn Almeida-Beveridge

Engl

780/1

Imaginative Writing: Poetry

Tu, 1:00-3:30

Jim Tate

Engl

780/2   

Imaginative Writing: Poetry

M, 1:25-3:55

Peter Gizzi

Engl

780/3

Imaginative Writing: Poetry

M, 6:30-9:00

Dara Wier

Engl

781/1

Imaginative Writing: Fiction

W, 1:25-3:55

Edie Meidav

Engl

781/2

Imaginative Writing: Fiction

Th, 4:00-6:30

Jeff Parker

Engl

781/4

Imaginative Writing: Fiction

Th, 10:00-12:30

Noy Holland

Engl

796

Independent Study

by arrangement

 

Engl

796A

Independent Study

by arrangement

 

Engl

796W

Independent Area

by arrangement

 

Engl

796X

Independent Area

by arrangement

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engl

891CC

Culture of Memory

W, 1:25-3:55

James Young

Engl

891CR

Contemporary Poetry

Tu, 5:30-8:00

Peter Gizzi

Engl

891DF

Literature & Materialism

Th, 5:30-8:00

Randall Knoper

Engl

891DG

Caribbean Cultural Theory

Th, 1:00-3:30

Rachel Mordecai

Engl

891DJ

Wit, Idiocy in Early Modern Engl. Drama

W, 10:10-12:40

Adam Zucker

Engl

891DK

U.S. Literature & Political Theory

W, 4:00-6:30

Nicholas Bromell

Engl

891DL

Latin Literature & Culture, 300-1300

W, 4:00-6:30

Steven Harris

Engl

891DM

Fiction to Film: Screenplay

W, 4:00-6:30

Sabina Murray

Engl

891G

Form & Theory of Fiction

Tu, 5:00-7:30

Noy Holland 

Engl

891GB

The Arabian Nights in World Literature

M, 5:30-8:00

Mazen Naous

Engl

891I

Writing & Emerging Technologies

W, 4:00-6:30

Donna LeCourt

Engl

891LS

Asian American Literary Studies

M, 10:10-12:40

Caroline Yang

Engl

891Z

Intro. To Research on Writing

Th, 4:00-6:30

Haivan Hoang

 

 

 

 

 

Engl

899

Doctoral Dissertation

by arrangement