Undergraduate Courses, Spring 2017

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
AML 4282 16A9 M 9-11 TUR 1315 Queer Life-Writing Duke
AML 4453 192E M W F 7 TUR 1101 The Contemporary American Multi-ethnic Novel Murray
AML 4685 09G4 M 3-5 TUR 2333 Womanist Intellectual Thought King
CRW 3110 1625 M 9-11 CBD 0210 Imaginative Writing Fiction Thuot
CRW 3310 08DF M 9-11 TUR 2349 Imaginative Writing Poetry
Manuscript submission required; click here for details
CRW 3310 097F M 6-8 RNK 0225 Imaginative Writing Poetry
Manuscript submission required; click here for details
CRW 4905 102B M 9-11 CBD 0230 Advanced Seminar in Fiction Writing
Manuscript submission required; click here for details
CRW 4906 2017 M 6-8 CBD 0224 Senior Advanced Workshop in Poetry
Manuscript submission required; click here for details
ENC 3310 12F7 M W F 6 TUR 2306 Advanced Exposition: Aural Media Greene
ENC 4260 0976 T 5-6, R 6 MAT 0116 Advanced Professional Writing Sanchez
ENG 3010 12E8 T 5-6, R 6 TUR 2306 Modern Criticism & Theory Murchek
ENG 3121 099A M 4, W 4-5
M E1-E3
ROL 0115
ROL 0115
History of Film I Turim
ENG 4133 162A T 4, R 4-5
T E1-E3
TUR 2322
ROL 0115
I'm Not Crazy!: Mental Illness on Film Burt
ENG 4136 DEP-X T 5-6, R 6
M 9-11
ROL 0115
ROL 0115
Film & Video Production Coman
ENG 4146 DEP-X T 7, R 7-8
W 9-11
ROL 0115
ROL 0115
Advanced Film & Video Production Coman
ENG 4844 12H0 T 7
R 7-8
TUR 2333
TUR 2334
Queer Theory King
ENG 4905 DEP-X TBA TBA Independent Study Cech
ENG 4911 DEP-X TBA TBA Undergraduate Research in English Cech
ENG 4936 DEP-X T 9-11
R 9-11
TUR 2334
ROL 0115
Philosophy, the Movies, and Everyday Life Ray
ENG 4936 DEP-X W 9-11 MAT 0004 Comparative Settler Colonialism Schueller
ENG 4940 DEP-X TBA TBA Internship Cech
ENG 4953 04AD T 10-E1 CBD 0212 Psychoanalysis and the Patriarchal Tradition Rudnytsky
ENG 4970 DEP-X TBA TBA Honors Thesis Project Cech
ENL 3112 1A39 T 8-9, R 9 TUR 2305 From Romance to the Novel Maioli
ENL 3122 17A9 M W F 5 TUR 1315 The 19th-Century English Novel Hadyk-DeLodder
ENL 3350 1A85 T 4, R 4-5 TUR 2328 Classics of Eighteenth-Century Prose Maioli
ENL 4221 154A M 10-E1 TUR 2346 Seventeenth-Century Lyric Poetry Rudnytsky
LIT 3041 1B16 T 2-3, R 3 TUR 1315 All Joking Aside: the Art and Craft of Comedy Homan
LIT 3173
157A T 5-6, R 6 TBD The Merchant in Translation: Translations of The
Merchant of Venice
into German, Yiddish, and Hebrew
(cross-listed with HBR 4930)
LIT 3383 1E11 T 7, R 7-8 TUR 2306 Women Out of Place Peters
LIT 4194 7307 R 6-8 TUR 1101 African Literature in English: The Drama of Africa Amoko
LIT 4233 1B72 T 6-8 TUR 1101 Nationalism and the Novel Amoko
LIT 4233 17CG T 2-3, R 3 TUR 2322 Postcolonial Literature, Culture, and Theory Sanchez
LIT 4333 1B85 T 7, R 7-8 TUR 2305 Literature for Adolescents Gregory
LIT 4930 017C T 2-3, R 3 TUR 2336 Posthumography: Editorial Excrescences Burt