Rice University

Department of English


 

Graduate Course Schedule Fall 2013 and Spring 2014  Courses
Fall 2013 Preregistration: April 7, 2013 

 

Fall 2013 (

Number 

Title (changes may necessarily occur)

Day 

Time/Room 

Instructor 

ENGL 511

Pedagogy (Fall)

TBD

TBD

Ellenzweig

ENGL 512/412/MDST512 Old English Language TTH 2:30-3:45 Ellard
ENGL 525/HART518  Literature and Visual Art (crosslisted with Art History) Wed 2-5:00 Regier
ENGL 527 Studies in Renaissance Literature: Renaissance Life Forms Wed 10-1:00 Campana
ENGL 577 Emergent Media: Technologies, Networks, Culture Mon 2-5:00 Ostherr
ENGL 599 Studies in Literary Theory: (Un)Thinking the (Bio)Political Thurs 2:30-5:30 Wolfe
ENGL 600 Topics in Literary Theory: Introduction to Theory Tue 2:30-5:30 Roof
ENGL 601 Fall Teaching Practicum n/a n/a Faculty
ENGL 603 Fall Teaching of Literature and Composition n/a n/a Faculty
ENGL 605 Third Year Writing Workshop Tue 2:30-5:30 Campana
ENGL 621 Fall Directed Reading/Independent Study (permission only) TBD TBD Faculty
ENGL 703 Fall Research Leading to Candidacy n/a n/a Faculty
ENGL 800 PhD Research and Thesis n/a n/a Faculty
 *ENGL 510, 511, 600, 601, 602, 603, 604, 605 are only open to graduate students enrolled in the English doctoral program. 

Spring 2014  

Number  

Title (changes may necessarily occur)  

Day  

Time/Room   

Instructor   

SWGS 501 Feminist Debates     Lurie

ENGL 510 

Pedagogy 

  

 

Ellenzweig 

ENGL 532   18th Century British Literature and Culture Monday    
2:00-5:00
Joseph
ENGL 541 Victorian Studies: Historicizing
 
  Thursday       2:30-5:30 Michie
ENGL 560 19th Century American Literature/US Literature   Wednesday       2:00-5:30 Levander
ENGL 570    African American Studies: The Black Left, African American Literature 1930-1954 Thursday     2:30-5:30      Waligora-Davis
ENGL 592   Sight, Sound, and Text: Modernist Transliterations  Tuesday         2:30-5:30       Roof
ENGL 602  Spring Teaching Practicum        Faculty 
ENGL 604  Spring Teaching of Literature and Composition        Faculty 
ENGL 622  Spring Directed Reading/Indep. Study (permission only)        Faculty 
ENGL 704  Spring Research Leading to Candidacy        Faculty 
ENGL 800  PhD Research and Thesis        Faculty 

*ENGL 510, 511, 600, 601, 602, 603, 604, 605 are only open to graduate students enrolled in the English doctoral program.

 


Graduate Course Schedule Fall 2012 and Spring 2013  Courses

Fall 2012 ( ARCHIVED FOR REFERENCE ONLY

Number 

Title (changes may necessarily occur)

Day 

Time/Room 

Instructor 

ENGL 511

Pedagogy

TBD

TBD

Ellenzweig

ENGL 522 Shakespeare and Theory: Shakespeare in Context Mon 2-5:00 Skura, M.
ENGL 537 19th Century British: Victorian Nonhumans Wed 2-5:00 Morton, T.
ENGL 569 New Transnational American Studies   Tue 2:30-5:30 Levander, C.
ENGL 599 Studies in Literary Theory: Systems Theory  Thurs 2:30-5:30 Wolfe, C.
ENGL 600 Topics in Literary Theory    Tue 9-12:00 Regier, A.
ENGL 601 Fall Teaching Practicum     Faculty
ENGL 603 Fall Teaching of Literature and Composition     Faculty
ENGL 605 Third Year Writing Workshop Thurs. 2:30-5:30 Michie, H.
ENGL 621 Fall Directed Reading/Indep. Study (permission only)     Faculty
ENGL 703 Fall Research Leading to Candidacy     Faculty
ENGL 800 PhD Researtch and Thesis     Faculty 

SPRING 2013 

Number

Title (changes may necessarily occur)

Day

Time/Room (see registrar)  

Instructor 

ENGL 510 

Pedagogy 

  Thur 

2:30-5:30

Ellenzweig 

ENGL 532   Early Modern Materialisms      Wed    10:00 -1:00  Ellenzweig 
ENGL 546   Joyce/Modernism      Mon    2:00-5:00 Lamos  
ENGL 570   What is African-American Literature?      Wed    2:00-5:00 Waligora-Davis 
ENGL 583/SWGS583  Affect Theory: Reading Material     Tue     2:30-5:30  Hennessy 
ENGL 594   Global Fictions (Contemporary Literature)      Thur    2:30-5:30 Joseph 
ENGL 602  Spring Teaching Practicum        Faculty 
ENGL 604  Spring Teaching of Literature and Composition        Faculty 
ENGL 622  Spring Directed Reading/Indep. Study (permission only)        as directed Faculty 
ENGL 704  Spring Research Leading to Candidacy        Faculty 
ENGL 800  PhD Research and Thesis        Faculty 

*ENGL 510, 511, 600, 604, 605 are only open to graduate students enrolled in the English doctoral program.

 

Previous Semester(s) Graduate Course Schedules  of

Fall 2011 ARCHIVED FOR REFERENCE ONLY

Number

Title

Day

Time/Room

Instructor

ENGL 511*

Pedagogy

TBD

TBD

Lurie

ENGL 522 

Shakespeare and Theory: Lit. and Sovereignty in the Renaissance 

Wed

2-5:00 pm

Campana

ENGL 528

Milton

Thur.

2:30-5:30 pm

Snow

ENGL 560

19th Century American Literature/US Literature

Wed.

2-5:00 pm

Derrick

ENGL 594 

Studies in Contemporary Literature and Culture: 20th Century U.S. 

Mon.

2-5:00 pm

Comer

ENGL 600*

Topics in Literary Theory

Tues.

2:30-5:30 pm

Roof

ENGL 601

Fall Teaching Practicum (for TAs)

n/a

n/a

n/a

ENGL 603    

Fall Teaching of Literature and Composition (for teaching ENGL 175)

n/a

n/a

n/a

ENGL 605*

Third-year Writing Workshop

Thur.

2:30-5:30 pm

Michie

ENGL 621

Fall Directed Reading - permission of instructor required; 2 special forms available at Registrar or ENGL Dept. 

TBD

TBD

Faculty

ENGL 703    

Fall Research Leading to Candidacy

n/a

n/a

n/a

ENGL 800

PhD Research and Thesis

n/a

n/a

n/a

Spring 2012  ARCHIVED FOR REFERENCE ONLY

Number

Title

Day

Time/Room

Instructor

ENGL 510*

Pedagogy

Tues.

2:30-5:30

Lurie

ENGL 532 

18th Century British Studies

Thurs.

2:30-5:30

Joseph

ENGL 538 New

Wordsworth

Wed.

2-5:00

Regier

ENGL 541

Victorian Studies: Historicizing

Mon

2-5:00

Michie

ENGL 560
19th Century American Literature
Wed. 
2-5:00
Gniadek

ENGL 599 

Studies in Literary Theory: Biopolitical Thought and Animality

Tues.

2:30-5:30
HRG 224

Wolfe

ENGL 602

Spring Teaching Practicum (for TAs)

n/a

n/a

n/a

ENGL 604    

Spring Teaching of Literature and Composition (for teaching ENGL 175)

n/a

n/a

n/a

ENGL 622

Spring Directed Reading - permission of instructor required; 2 special forms available in  ENGL Dept. 

TBD

TBD

Faculty

ENGL 704    

Spring Research Leading to Candidacy

n/a

n/a

n/a

ENGL 800

PhD Research and Thesis

n/a

n/a

n/a

*ENGL 510, 511, 600, and 605 are only open to graduate students enrolled in the English doctoral program.