Undergraduate Courses, Fall 2010

Times and locations of class meetings are subject to change. Consult the UF Schedule of Courses for official class times and locations and an explanation of the class period abbreviations.

Non-Repeatable Courses

Students may not repeat for credit courses that are not listed as repeatable in the Undergraduate Catalog. If you register for non-repeatable courses that you have previously taken, you will earn no credit for those courses and they will not count toward fulfillment of degree requirements.

While some upper-division courses taught by the Department of English are repeatable for credit, many are not. You are responsible for knowing which courses may, and which courses may not, be repeated. You should, therefore, consult the Undergraduate Catalog in order to confirm that courses for which you wish to register more than once are, in fact, repeatable for credit.

Upper Division (3000–4000) Courses

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Course no. Section Time(s) Room Course title Instructor
moreAML 3270 3341 T 5-6, R 6 TUR 2342 The Antebellum Slave Narrative White
moreAML 3271 3347 W 6-8 TUR 2336 Survey of African American Literatures II Reid
moreAML 3284 8649 T 5-6, R 6 TUR 2305 Feminism in Women’s Popular Genres Hedrick
moreAML 4170 5295 T 7, R 7-8 TUR 2318 Studies in American Literary Forms: Indian Captivity Narratives Schorb
moreAML 4242 8979 W 9-11 TUR 1315 Harlem Renaissance Reid
moreAML 4282 5583 R 9-11 TUR 1101 LGBTQ Generations Cardoza
moreAML 4282 5816 T 4, R 4-5 TUR 2328 American Literature & Sexuality to 1900 Schorb
moreAML 4453 5389 T 8-9, R 9 TUR 2336 Consumer Society Hegeman
moreAML 4685 3426 T 8-9, R 8 TUR 2346 Prison Literature Ongiri
moreCRW 3110 1417 M 9-11 CBD 210 Imaginative Writing: Fiction Ciment
moreCRW 3110 1881 W E1-E3 CBD 310 Imaginative Writing: Fiction Robison
moreCRW 3310 3265 W E1-E3 CBD 212 Imaginative Writing: Poetry Hofmann
moreCRW 3310 5604 W E1-E3 CBD 210 Imaginative Writing: Poetry Kershner
moreCRW 4905 3304 T 9-11 CBD 216 Advanced Seminar in Fiction Writing Robison
moreCRW 4905 7093 T E1-E3 CBD 216 Advanced Seminar in Fiction Writing Ciment
moreCRW 4906 0493 M 6-8 CBD 216 Advanced Poetry Writing Hofmann
moreENC 3312 7360 MWF 4 TUR 2333 Advanced Argumentative Writing Dobrin
moreENC 3312 7712 T 2-3, R 3 NRNA G512 Advanced Argumentative Writing Gries
moreENC 3414 8683 W 9-11 CSE E211A Hypermedia Ulmer
moreENG 3011 6695 T 2-3, W 3 AND 21 Theorists: Postcolonial Theorists Schueller
moreENG 3115 4942 M 4, W 4-5
Screenings:
M 9-11
TUR 2322 Introduction to Film Criticism & Theory Nygren
moreENG 3122 5277 T 5-6, R 6
Screenings:
W E1-E3
TUR 2334 History of Film II Ongiri
moreENG 3122 5960 T 7, R 7-8
Screenings:
M 9-11
TUR 2334 History of Film II Ray
moreENG 4110 5631 T 7, R 7-8
Screenings: T E1-E3
TUR 2322
Screenings: TUR 2322
Film Noir Turim
moreENG 4110 8241 T 5-6, R 6
Screenings:
M E1-E3
TUR 2322 Post-Classical Cinema Beebe
moreENG 4133 5316 T 4, R 4-5 Screenings:
W 9-11
TUR 2322
Screenings: TUR 2322
Representation of Cities Mennel
moreENG 4133 5324 T 4, R 4-5 Screenings:
W 9-11
TUR 2334
Screenings: TUR 2334
From Nuremberg to South Park: Representations of Nazism in Film and Literature Kligerman
moreENG 4133 5595 T 2-3, R 2 Screenings:
T E1-E3
TUR 2334
Screenings: TUR 2334
Haunting Hamlet:  Hamlets Within Hamlet Burt
moreENG 4136 1907 M 7-8, W 7
Screenings:
W E1-E3
TUR 2322
Screenings: TUR 2322
Hypervideo: Rethinking Video Production Nygren
moreENG 4146 5342 TR 9-11 TUR 2322 16MM Film Production Beebe
moreENG 4905 DEP-X VAR TBA Independent Study Faculty Member of Choice
moreENG 4936 DEP-X W E1-E3 DAU 342 Honors Seminar: “The World Is A Ghetto!”: Race, Space, Migration & the City Ongiri
moreENG 4936 DEP-X M 6-8 LEI 104 Honors Seminar: Extra-Ordinary Americans Smith
moreENG 4936 DEP-X W 9-11 FLI 117 Honors Seminar: Dante for English Majors Shoaf
moreENG 4940 DEP-X VAR TBA Internship Undergraduate Coordinator
moreENG 4953 6170 MWF 5 TUR 2334 Department Seminar: Visual Textuality Ault
moreENG 4953 6181 MWF 5 ARCH 120 Department Seminar: Visual Rhetoric/Visual Culture Dobrin
moreENG 4970 DEP-X VAR TBA Honors Thesis Project Faculty Members (2) of Choice
moreENL 3112 5896 T 7, R 7-8 MAT 003 Eighteenth-Century British Novel McCrea
moreENL 3132 6811 T 5-6, R 6 TUR 2346 Twentieth-Century British Novel Kershner
moreENL 3210 4025 T 2-3, R 3 TUR 2305 Medieval English Literature Paxson
moreENL 3230 5518 T 4, R 4-5 TUR 2336 Age of Dryden & Pope McCrea
moreENL 3251 1541 T 8, R 8-9 TUR1315 Victorian Literature Brown
moreENL 4221 4078 T 9-11 TUR 2349 Renaissance Literature 17th Century Rudnytsky
moreENL 4273 6712 MWF 3 TUR 1315 Ghosts of Empire: Twentieth-Century British Literature & Its Postcolonial Hauntings Simmers
moreENL 4333 2175 M E1-E3 TUR 1315 Shakespeare Rudnytsky
moreENL 4333 9093 MWF 4 TUR 1315 Shakespeare Thomson
moreLIT 3031 4080 T 7, R 7-8 TUR 2305 Studies in Poetry: American Poetry Dominy
moreLIT 3043 6079 T 5-6, R 6 TUR 2333 Modern Drama Homan
moreLIT 3173 7022 T 5-6, R 6 LIT 0125 Women in Modern Hebrew Fiction
(Cross-listed with HBR 4930, sec. 3393)
Balaban
moreLIT 3313 4089 T 4, R 4-5 TUR 2346 Modern Science Fiction – Up Above Harpold
moreLIT 3400 1268 T 7, R 7-8 TUR 2306 Representations Kligerman
moreLIT 4183 4123 T 4, R 4-5 TUR 2305 Postcolonial Literature/Cultural Theory: Introduction to Postcolonial Studies Amoko
moreLIT 4183 7713 T 10, R 10-11 ARCH 116 The Geopolitics of Knowledge, Writing, & Resistance Gries
moreLIT 4194 6111 T 2-3, R 3 TUR 2306 African Literature in English: The Drama of Africa Amoko
moreLIT 4305 6465 MWF 7-8 TUR 2334 Animation & Comics Ault
moreLIT 4331 1804 M 9-11 TUR 1315 Children’s Literature Ulanowicz
moreLIT 4332 4195 T 9-11 TUR 2318 The Picture Book Ulanowicz
moreLIT 4333 6118 T 7, R 7-8 TUR 2342 Literature for the Adolescent Kidd
moreLIT 4930 2325 T 8-9, R 9 TUR 2333 Jules Verne Harpold
moreLIT 4930 5044 T 6, R 6-7 TUR 2353 The Child on Film Cech
moreLIT 4930 6502 T 4, R 4-5 TUR 2306 Allegory: Plato to Rushdie Paxson
moreLIT 4930 6972 T 2-3, R 3 TUR 2333 The Course of Love Cech
moreSPC 3605 1905 T 8-9, R 9 CDB 210 Speechwriting Carpenter
moreSPC 4680 1392 T E1-E3 TUR 1101 Rhetorical Criticism: Masterpieces of Rhetoric Carpenter