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ENGL 399: The Major Seminar

In this seminar, students learn about a range of methods for literary research by exploring literature in the context of critical, theoretical, cultural, or historical materials. For each student, the centerpiece of the course is the research and writing of a long essay that represents his or her individual research interests. Students share and respond to each other's work-in-progress and present their completed projects to the seminar. May be repeated if topic is different.
Prerequisites: open to juniors and seniors who have completed ENGL 185 and at least two level II English courses or by permission of the instructor.

Africa and the Americas

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...African Diaspora ENGL 210 Post-Colonial Literatures (with a focus on Africa) ENGL 399 The...

Environmental Studies

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...00 Senior Capstone: ENVST 399 Seminar in Environmental...Ethics and Ecological Justice ENGL 276 Literature and...

Medieval Studies

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...British ENGL 391 Major British Authors ENGL 395 Chaucer from an Ethical Perspective ENGL 399...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...ENGL 264 Topics in Gender and Literature ENGL...Studies 1.00 WMGST 399 Advanced Topics in...