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Master of Arts Course Rotation

Upcoming Course Offerings

Spring 2020

5530 – Readings in Literary Theory – Susan Frye

5965 – Thesis Research II – Michael Edson

5061 - Rhetorics of Public Memory - Nancy Small

5000 – Radical Women Rhetors – Kelly Kinney    

5050 - Writing in Public Genres - Arielle Zibrak    

Fall 2020

5010 - Rhetoric and Composition - Kelly Kinney

5960 - Thesis Research I - Julia Obert

Public Humanities Elective - Kent Drummond

Rhetoric and Composition Elective - Nancy Small

Literature Elective - Caskey Russell

Spring 2021

5530 - Affect Literary Theory - Julia Obert

5965 - Thesis Research II - Scott Henkel

Literature Elective - Romanticism - Cliff Marks

Rhetoric and Composition Elective - Pop Culture - Susan Aronstein

Literature Elective - American Women Writers - Arielle Zibrak

 

Past Course Offerings

Fall 2019

5000 - Storytelling as Rhetorical Theory, Method, and Product - Nancy Small

5000 - Texts and Textiles - Susan Frye

5010 – Rhetoric and Composition: History, Theory, and Practice – Rick Fisher 

5960 – Thesis Research I – Scott Henkel 

5320 – Realism and Naturalism - Arielle Zibrak    

GWMST 5710 - Feminist Theoretical Perspectives - Bunny Logan   

Spring 2019

5530 – Modern Critical Theory & Practice – Arielle Zibrak

5965 – Thesis Research II – Michael Edson

5000 -- Studies in: Technical Communication, Rhetoric, and Genre -- Michael Knievel

5310 - Early American Literature (up to 1800): Reading Race in America - Jeanne Holland

5330 - 20th Century American Literature: Issues of Race, Class, and Gender -- Caskey Russell

Fall 2018

5010 – Rhetoric and Composition: History, Theory, and Practice – Kelly Kinney

5960 – Thesis Research I – Caroline McCracken-Flesher

5360 - Studies in Irish Literature - Julia Obert

5000 – Studies in Non-Fiction Comics – Cliff Marks

5220 – Race in the Medieval World – Carolyn Anderson

Spring 2018

5530 – Public Interventions and Critical Theory – Andy Fitch

5965 – Thesis Research II – Michael Edson

5340 – Democracy & Literatures of the Americas – Scott Henkel

5000 – Rhetorics of Civil Discourse – Nancy Small

5000 - Film Genres - Cliff Marks

Fall 2017

5010 – Rhetoric and Composition: History, Theory, and Practice – Kelly Kinney

5960 – Thesis Research I – Julia Obert

5360 – American Indian Literature and Film – Caskey Russell

5230 – Tudor and Stuart Women – Susan Frye

Spring 2017

5530 - Modern Critical Theory - Caroline McCracken-Flesher

5360 - Studies in Irish Literature - Julia Obert

5965 - Thesis Research - Michael Edson

Fall 2016

English 5010 - Practical English: Writing and Literature 

English 5960 - Thesis Research: Classroom Workshop

Rhetoric Theory Criticism (Thompson)

20th Century English Literature (Baskin)

Spring 2016

Studies in Novellas and Short Stories (Williams)

Studies in Innovative Fiction (Watson)

Rhetoric Theory Criticism (Thompson) 

Shakespeare (Parolin)

Modern Critical Race Theory (Anderson)

Fall 2015

English 5010 - Practical English: Writing and Literature

English 5960 - Thesis Research: Classroom Workshop

Medieval Literature

American Author/Genre

Film/Pop Culture

Spring 2015

English 5530 - Theory (McCracken-Flesher)

American Gothic (Forbes)

Transatlantic Aesthetics (Oliver short course)

18th Century Literature (Edson)

Fall 2014

English 5010

English 5960 - Thesis Writing (Russell)

Captivity Narratives (Holland)

American Modernism (Baskin and Fitch)

Graphic Novel (Marks)

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