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Fall 2019

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 3:30-5

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Goble, Mark
Fall 2019

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 11-12:30

H195A/B is a two-semester seminar that lays the groundwork for and guides you through the completion a 40-60 page Honors thesis on a subject of your choice. The first semester offers an inquiry into critical approaches, research methods, and theore...(read more)

Abel, Elizabeth
Spring 2019

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

This course is a continuation of H195A section 1, taught by Janet Sorensen in Fall 2018. No new students will be admitted. No new application needs to be submitted. Prof. Sorensen will give out permission codes in class in November.

No ne...(read more)

Sorensen, Janet
Spring 2019

H195B/2

Honors Course

MW 5-6:30

This course is a continuation of H195A section 2, taught by Elizabeth Abel in Fall 2018. No new students will be admitted. No new application needs to be submitted. Prof. Abel will give out permission codes in class in November.

No new te...(read more)

Abel, Elizabeth
Fall 2018

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 1:30-3

In the first semester of this two-semester-long course, we will familiarize ourselves with a number of critical approaches to literary study and reflect a bit on the institution of criticism itself. These discussions will provide a background from ...(read more)

Sorensen, Janet
Fall 2018

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 12:30-2

H195A/B is a two-semester seminar that lays the groundwork for and guides you through the completion a 40-60 page Honors thesis on a subject of your choice. The first semester offers an inquiry into critical approaches, research methods, and theore...(read more)

Abel, Elizabeth
Fall 2018

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T. B. A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wil...(read more)

T. B. A.
Spring 2018

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

This course is a continuation of H195A section 1, taught by Dorothy Hale in Fall 2017.  No new students will be admitted.  No new application needs to be submitted.  Professor Hale will give out permission codes in&nbs...(read more)

Hale, Dorothy J.
Spring 2018

H195B/2

Honors Course

MW 12:30-2

This course is a continuation of H195A section 2, taught by Namwali Serpell in Fall 2017.  No new students will be admitted.  No new application needs to be submitted.  Professor Serpell will give out permission codes in class in Nov...(read more)

Serpell, C. Namwali
Spring 2018

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

TBA

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wil...(read more)

No instructor assigned yet.
Fall 2017

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 3:30-5

H195 is a two-semester course that gives students the training they need to conduct original research and develop their findings into a successful scholarly essay, 40-60 pages in length.

Crucial to this enterprise is an understanding of i...(read more)

Hale, Dorothy J.
Fall 2017

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 12:30-2

This two-semester course is designed as an accompaniment to the writing of your Honors Thesis. The fall semester prepares you to write this long essay (40-60 pages) on a topic and texts of your choosing. It will behoove you to decide on t...(read more)

Serpell, C. Namwali
Fall 2017

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T. B. A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wil...(read more)

T. B. A.
Fall 2017

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wil...(read more)

T.B.A.
Spring 2017

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 2-3:30

This course is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by David Marno in Fall 2016. No new students will be admitted, and no new application needs to be submitted. Professor Marno will give out permission codes in class in November.

Th...(read more)

Marno, David
Spring 2017

H195B/2

Honors Course

TTh 9:30-11

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Celeste Langan in Fall 2016. No new students will be admitted, and no new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Langan will give out permission codes in class in November.

...(read more)

Langan, Celeste
Spring 2017

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T. B. A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

T. B. A.
Fall 2016

H195A/1

Honors Course

TTh 11-12:30

The Honors Thesis is a long research essay. Length, however, is not the only way it differs from every essay you have ever written in the English Department. In most literature classes, the function of essay assignments is to he...(read more)

Marno, David
Fall 2016

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 2-3:30

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Langan, Celeste
Fall 2016

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T. B. A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

T. B. A.
Spring 2016

H195B/1

Honors Course

MW 4-5:30

This course is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by Samuel Otter in Fall 2015. No new students will be admitted, and no new application needs to be submitted. Professor Otter will give out CECS (class entry codes) in class in November.(read more)

Otter, Samuel
Spring 2016

H195B/2

Honors Course

TTh 12:30-2

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Scott Saul in Fall 2015. No new students will be admitted, and no new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Saul will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November....(read more)

Saul, Scott
Spring 2016

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

TBA

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

No instructor assigned yet.
Fall 2015

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 4-5:30

This course, the first part of a two-semester sequence, is designed to prepare you to write an Honors thesis, which you will complete in the spring semester. During the fall semester, we will read literary, critical, and theoretical materials inte...(read more)

Otter, Samuel
Fall 2015

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 11-12:30

English H195A is the first part of a two-semester sequence for those English majors writing honors theses. It is designed to give students the critical tools and practical skills to write a strong essay, in the spring semester, that will have a gr...(read more)

Saul, Scott
Fall 2015

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T. B. A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

T. B. A.
Spring 2015

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 12:30-2

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by Sam Otter in Fall 2014. No new students will be admitted. No new application needs to be submitted. Professor Otter will give out CECS (class entry codes) in class in November.

Th...(read more)

Otter, Samuel
Spring 2015

H195B/2

Honors Course

MW 4-5:30

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Katherine Snyder in Fall 2014. No new students will be admitted. No new application needs to be submitted. Professor Snyder will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in Novemb...(read more)

Snyder, Katherine
Spring 2015

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

TBA

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

No instructor assigned yet.
Fall 2014

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 4-5:30

English 195A is the first part of a two-semester sequence for those English majors writing honors theses. This course gives you the opportunity, training, and time to conduct original research that will enable you to make a scholarly contribution ...(read more)

Otter, Samuel
Fall 2014

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

This course will guide and accompany you as you undertake the capstone project of your English major: a Heartbreaking (40-60 pages!) Honors Thesis of Staggering Genius. The fall semester will serve as an introduction to literary theory and critici...(read more)

Snyder, Katherine
Fall 2014

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T. B. A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

Staff
Fall 2014

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

No instructor assigned yet.
Spring 2014

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 12:30-2

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by Namwali Serpell in Fall 2013. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Serpell will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November.(read more)

Serpell, C. Namwali
Spring 2014

H195B/2

Honors Course

TTh 8-9:30

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Celeste Langan in Fall 2013.  No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Langan will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in Novemb...(read more)

Langan, Celeste
Fall 2013

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 12-1:30

This course is designed as the accompaniment to the writing of an honors thesis, the research for and the writing of which will take place in the second semester (H195B). The first semester will prepare you to move toward crafting this long essay ...(read more)

Serpell, C. Namwali
Fall 2013

H195A/2

Honors Course

MW 1:30-3

This seminar has the goal of preparing students to write an Honors thesis on a topic of their own devising in the spring semester.  To prepare for that adventure, together we will read ...(read more)

Langan, Celeste
Fall 2012

H195A/1

Honors Course

TTh 11-12:30

This two-semester course will prepare you to write, and will facilitate the writing of, an honors thesis.  In the fall semester, we will take a broad view of literary study and scholarship, working through a series of methods, theories, and p...(read more)

Falci, Eric
Fall 2012

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

English H195A is the first part of a two-semester sequence for those English majors writing honors theses. It is designed to give students the critical tools and practical skills to write a strong essay, in the spring semester, that will have a gr...(read more)

Saul, Scott
Fall 2012

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

No instructor assigned yet.
Spring 2012

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 2-3:30

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by D. A. Miller in Fall 2011. No new students will be admitted. No...(read more)

Miller, D.A.
Miller, D.A.
Spring 2012

H195B/2

Honors Course

MW 12-1:30

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Joanna Picciotto in Fall 2011. No new students will be admitted...(read more)

Picciotto, Joanna M
Picciotto, Joanna
Spring 2012

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

TBA

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

Staff
Fall 2011

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 4-5:30

This course is intended to help students as they set off on the peculiar adventure known as the Honors Thesis. Help will take two forms. (1) We will study some critical texts that propose useful ideas for thinking about such topics as mass culture...(read more)

Miller, D.A.
Miller, D.A.
Fall 2011

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 12:30-2

This course is designed to facilitate the writing of a senior honors thesis. We will begin by reading across a broad range of criticism and theory. Students will refine their research interests into a workable thesis topic, complete an annotated b...(read more)

Picciotto, Joanna M
Picciotto, Joanna
Fall 2011

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

Staff
Spring 2011

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 2-3:30

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by Professor Sorensen in Fall 2010. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Sorensen will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in Novemb...(read more)

Sorensen, Janet
Sorensen, Janet
Spring 2011

H195B/2

Honors Course

MW 4-5:30

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Professor Picciotto in Fall 2010. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor PIcciotto will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in Nove...(read more)

Picciotto, Joanna M
Picciotto, Joanna
Spring 2011

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

TBA

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wi...(read more)

Staff
Fall 2010

H195A/1

Honors Course

MW 1:30-3

In the first semester of this two-semester-long course, we will familiarize ourselves with a number of critical approaches to texts and reflect a bit on the institution of criticism itself—When did the idea of Literature with a capital L eme...(read more)

Sorensen, Janet
Sorensen, Janet
Fall 2010

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

This course is designed to facilitate the writing of a senior honors thesis. We will begin by reading across a broad range of criticism and theory. Students will refine their research interests into a workable thesis topic, complete an annotated bi...(read more)

Picciotto, Joanna M
Picciotto, Joanna
Fall 2010

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing (tutoring for credit through the Student Learning Center)

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course wil...(read more)

Staff
Spring 2010

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 9:30-11

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by Gautam Premnath in Fall 2009. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Premnath will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November. ...(read more) Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
Spring 2010

H195B/2

Honors Course

MWF 11-12

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Professor Gonzalez in Fall 2009. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Gonzalez will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in Novembe...(read more) Gonzalez, Marcial
Gonzalez, Marcial
Spring 2010

H195B/3

Honors Course

MW 10:30-12

This is a continuation of section 3 of H195A, taught by Professor Rubenstein in Fall 2009. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Rubenstein will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in Nov...(read more) Rubenstein, Michael
Rubenstein, Michael
Spring 2010

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will p...(read more) Staff
Fall 2009

H195A/1

Honors Course

MWF 11-12

By the end of the two-semester H195 sequence you will have conceived, designed, and executed a substantial piece of original literary scholarship. The fall semester of the course serves as a staging ground for this task. We will read widely in promine...(read more) Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
Fall 2009

H195A/2

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

In the fall semester of this year-long course, we will study a broad range of literary and cultural theories. As the semester progresses, however, we will concentrate on theories of subjectivity and otherness, especially as they relate to race, ethni...(read more) Gonzalez, Marcial
Gonzalez, Marcial
Fall 2009

H195A/3

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

This course is designed to facilitate the writing of a senior honors thesis by deepening students’ engagement with literary theory and critical methodology. To that end we will explore some key critical texts that found and inform various schoo...(read more) Rubenstein, Michael
Rubenstein, Michael
Fall 2009

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing (tutoring for credit through the Student Learning Center)

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will p...(read more) Staff
Spring 2009

H195B/1

Honors Course

TTh 9:30-11

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by Professor Goldsmith in Fall 2008.  No new students will be admitted.  No new application form needs to be filled out.  Professor Goldsmith will give out CECs (class entry codes) in...(read more) Goldsmith, Steven
Goldsmith, Steven
Spring 2009

H195B/2

Honors Course

TTh 3:30-5

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by Professor Lye in Fall 2008.  No new students will be admitted.  No new application form needs to be filled out.  Professor Lye will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in No...(read more) Lye, Colleen
Lye, Colleen
Spring 2009

H195B/3

Honors Course

MW 4-5:30

This is a continuation of section 3 of H195A, taught by Professor Langan in Fall 2008.  No new students will be admitted.  No new application form needs to be filled out.  Professor Langan will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class...(read more) Langan, Celeste
Langan, Celeste
Spring 2009

310/1

Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will p...(read more) Staff
Fall 2008

310/1

Graduate Course:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) Staff
Spring 2008

310/1

Graduate Course:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) Staff
Fall 2007

310/1

:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) Staff
Spring 2007

H195B/1

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

TTh 11-12:30

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by A. JanMohamed in Fall 2006. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor JanMohamed will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November....(read more) JanMohamed, Abdul R.
JanMohamed, Abdul
Spring 2007

H195B/2

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

MW 8-9:30

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by C. Langan in Fall 2006. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Langan will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November....(read more) Langan, Celeste
Langan, Celeste
Spring 2007

H195B/3

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

MWF 10-11

This is a continuation of section 3 of H195A, taught by S. Schweik in Fall 2006. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Schweik will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November....(read more) Schweik, Susan
Schweik, Susan
Spring 2007

310/1

Graduate Course:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) Staff
Fall 2006

H195A/1

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

TTh 9:30-11

The fall semester of this section of the honors course will be devoted to a rigorous examination of the theoretical paradigms that cast strong influences on contemporary critical practices. (Students averse to theory might not be happy in this section...(read more) JanMohamed, Abdul R.
JanMohamed, Abdul
Fall 2006

H195A/2

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

TTh 12:30-2

"This course is designed to enable students to undertake a significant research project in the study of literature in English. In the fall semester, we will concentrate largely on two terms in that sentence: �significant� and �literature.� What makes ...(read more) Langan, Celeste
Langan, Celeste
Fall 2006

H195A/3

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

TTh 2-3:30

By the end of this year-long course you will have produced a substantive and polished piece of writing on a topic of your choosing. In the fall semester, we�ll work on developing your theoretical self-consciousness and honing your analytic skills as y...(read more) Schweik, Susan
Schweik, Susan
Fall 2006

310/1

Graduate course:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) Staff
Spring 2006

H195B/1

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

M 5:30-8:30 P.M.

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by J. Bader in Fall 2005. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Bader will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November. ...(read more) Bader, Julia
Bader, Julia
Spring 2006

H195B/2

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

MWF 10-11

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by A. JanMohamed in Fall 2005. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor JanMohamed will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November. ...(read more) JanMohamed, Abdul R.
JanMohamed, Abdul
Spring 2006

H195B/3

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

TTh 2-3:30

This is a continuation of section 3 of H195A, taught by H. S. Wong in Fall 2005. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Wong will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November. ...(read more) Wong, Hertha D. Sweet
Wong, Hertha Sweet
Spring 2006

310/1

Graduate course:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

T.B.A.

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) T.B.A.
Fall 2005

H195A/1

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

M 5:30-8:30 P.M.

"Applying major critical theories to a number of genres, the course will lay the foundation for the theses to follow.



Students who satisfactorily complete H195A-B (the Honors Course) may choose to waive the 150 (Senior Seminar) requirem...(read more)
Bader, Julia
Bader, Julia
Fall 2005

H195A/2

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

TTh 9:30-11

"The fall semester of this section of the honors course will be devoted to an examination of the theoretical paradigms that cast strong influences on contemporary critical practices. While the course will try to do justice to diverse theoretical appro...(read more) JanMohamed, Abdul R.
JanMohamed, Abdul
Fall 2005

H195A/3

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

MWF 12-1

"In this honors seminar, we will become familiar with a wide range of theoretical approaches to literature. In addition, we�ll use Leslie Marmon Silko�s novel, Almanac of the Dead, to focus questions about literacy, history, memory, story, nation(alis...(read more) Wong, Hertha D. Sweet
Wong, Hertha Sweet
Fall 2005

310/1

Graduate Course:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

TBA

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) Staff
Spring 2005

H195A/1

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

TTh 2-3:30

This is a continuation of section 1 of H195A, taught by S. Goldsmith in Fall 2004. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Goldsmith will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November....(read more) Goldsmith, Steven
Goldsmith, Steven
Spring 2005

H195A/2

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

MW 12-2

This is a continuation of section 2 of H195A, taught by C. Porter in Fall 2004. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Porter will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November. ...(read more) Porter, Carolyn
Porter, Carolyn
Spring 2005

H195A/3

Upper Division Coursework:
Honors Course

MW 2-3:30

This is a continuation of section 3 of H195A, taught by D.A. Miller in Fall 2004. No new students will be admitted. No new application form needs to be filled out. Professor Miller will give out CECs (class entry codes) in class in November. ...(read more) Miller, D.A.
Miller, D.A.
Spring 2005

310/1

Graduate Course:
Field Studies in Tutoring Writing

TBA

"Through seminars, discussions, and reading assignments, students are introduced to the language/writing/literacy needs of diverse college-age writers such as the developing, bi-dialectal, and non-native English-speaking (NNS) writer. The course will ...(read more) Staff