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Fall 2019 Course Flyers

Image shows flyer for US Latino/a/x Literature in English with Dr. Ylce Irizarry


Postcolonial Literature with Dr. Grewal | Tuesday Thursday 11am-12:15pm | CRN 94913 | We will strive to understand the colonial encounter as it has shaped and continues to shape global modernity and some of the new literature in its cultural and historical contexts.


Course flyer for LIT 2000-005 with Instructor Maggie Romigh | LIT 2000 Intro to Literature: Voices of Diversity | Exploring fiction, poetry, and plays by women of color | TR 11am-12:15pm


Image shows flyer for Dr. Silvia Fiore's Great Literature of the World course -- Mondays & Wednesdays, 9:30-10:45am, CRN 80285


Image shows flyer for British Novel: Conrad to the Present with Dr. Joyce Karpay, Fall 2019, TR 12:30-1:45pm, ENL 4132-001, CRN 81671


Flyer for DIG 6585-901 Digital Humanities Capstone, DH Project Workshop with Dr. Steven Jones | W 6:30pm


CRW 2100 Narration & Description | Creative writing for non-majors. Get a taste of that writing thing -- explore fiction, memoir, poetry, and more! | classes capped at 18, counts toward your 6ACT state comm requirement


Ghost Stories with Dr. Hopler | CRW 4930 | Tuesday Thursday 11am-12:15pm | Write & publish your own original ghost sotires! Movies & flash fiction, too!


Rhetorical Theory for Tech Comm with Dr. Herndl | ENC 3371 | CRN 9227 | Tuesday Thursday 12:30-1:45pm


New Media ENC 3416 with Dr. Nathan Johnson | Make. Curate. Master. Web apps, podcasts, social media strategy, blog content, SEO, web analytics | Monday Wednesday 2-3:15pm


Visual Rhetoric with Dr. Meredith Johnson | Design, interpret, persuade, & create | Monday Wednesday 12:30-1:45pm


#hopepunk with Dr. Bevill | LIT 2000 | Monday Wednesday 9:30-10:45am | Literature that demands a better world. Afrofuturism, solarpink, electronic lit, drama, poetry, and more.


Pet Sounds: Animals and the Literary Tradition with Dr. McAdams | Monday Wednesday 2-3:15pm | LIT 2000-002


Fairy Tales with Dr. Reese | Tuesday Thursday 9:30-10:45am | From short stories to poems, a novel to Disney films, we will explore these classic tales. This is a Service Learning designated course.


Mystery & Detective Fiction with Dr. Cook | Monday Wednesday 12:30-1:45pm | CRN 80293 | We'll discuss the role of mystery writing and the detective figure in popular culture from the 19th century to the 21st.



Summer 2019 Course Flyers

Image shows flyer for Dr. Karpay's American Lit 1912-1945 course, Summer A 2019, MWF 12-2:20pm


Image shows course flyer for LIT 2000 with Dana Laitinen, themed "Humans, Animals, and Monsters." Summer B 2019, MWF 2:30-4:50pm


Study Abroad London, Summer 2019 Flyer. For details, contact jlcook4@mail.usf.edu

Study Abroad - London, Summer 2019

Film & Culture with Dr. Sipiora \ Summer B \ CRN 52204 \ Tuesday Thursday 1:15-4:45pm \ This course will examine films by significant filmmakers.


Form & Technique of Poetry with Dr. Heather Sellers / Online course / CRN 56757 / CRW 3311-700. A fun, fast-paced introduction to poetry.




Spring 2019 Course Flyers

CRW 3311-901, Form & Tech of Poetry with Dr. Heather Sellers, Wednesdays from 6:30-9:15pm


Religious/Philosophical Themes: Texts that Transform our Lives with Dr. Gurleen Grewal, LIT 3410 sections 901 & 902, 5:00 to 7:45pm on Wednesdays or Thursdays


Victorian Prose, Poetry, & Plays with Dr. Marty Gould, ENL 3017, Wednesdays from 6:30 to 9:15pm


20th Century American Novel with Dr. Ylce Irizarry, AML 4121, Mondays & Wednesdays from 12:30 to 1:45pm


Visual Rhetoric with Dr. Meredith Johnson, ENC 4218-002, Mondays & Wednesdays from 9:30 to 10:45am


Cultural Studies & Popular Arts: Being Online: Utopia/Dystopia with Dr. Elizabeth Hirsh, LIT 3301, Online Course


British Literature 1900-1945 with Dr. Joyce Karpay, ENL 3273-001, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 12:30 to 1:45pm


Rhetorical Theory for Tech Comm with Dr. Carl Herndl, ENC 371-001, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 to 3:15pm


Environmental Rhet in the Anthropocene Era with Dr. Carl Herndl, ENC 4931-001, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 11am to 12:15pm


Speculative Utopias & Dystopias: Science Fiction & Contemporary Literature with Dr. James McAdams, LIT 2000-016, Mondays & Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:45pm


Advanced Tehcnical Writing with Dr. Michael Shuman, ENC 4260, Tuesdays & Thursdays from 3:30 to 4:45pm


New Media with Dr. Nathan Johnson, ENC 3416, Monday & Wednesday afternoons


History of the English Language with Dr. Nicole Discenza, ENG 4060, Mondays & Wednesdays from 9:30 to 10:45am


Transnational Writings for Global Diversity with Dr. Gary Lemons, ENG 4936-901, Thursdays from 5 to 7:45pm


Adventurous Women: 18th Century Novel with Dr. Jessica Cook, ENL 4112, Mondays & Wednesdays from 2 to 3:15pm