Teaching



Courses Developed and Taught

* indicates regularly repeated course

COURSES

WITH MINIMAL  OR NO PREREQUISITES

*Eighteenth-Century British Literature
offered every 3rd year


*Home and Empire: Victorian Fiction
offered every 3rd year


*British Modernist Fiction: Haunted by the Victorians
offered every 3rd year

*The Canon of British Literature

Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama

Law & Literature: Narrative and Rhetoric in Action

Virginia Woolf: Art and the Artist (7-week Module course)

Psychoanalysis and Literature

Tradition and Creativity: Literary Conversations

Travelers and Tales, 1680-1800 (7-week Module course)

Criminal Narratives & Criminal Narration

Literatures of Difference: Coming to Voice

From Gold Mountain to Aiieeeee!!!: Asian American Literature


WRITING INTENSIVE COURSES (No Prerequisites)

Law & Literature: Narrative and Rhetoric in Action
Writing Intensive: Offering as part of New College's Seminars in Critical Thinking

British Modernist Fiction: Writing Intensive Version
Writing Intensive: Offering as part of New College's Seminars in Critical Thinking     

 

ADVANCED COURSES WITH PREREQUISITES

*Critical Theory in the US: An Introduction
offered every 3rd semester

*Anglo-American Feminist Theory: Constructing Women
offered every 3rd year

* Revolution and Romanticism in British Literature

*Becoming Jane Austen: Romantic-Era Women Writers

*Postmodern/Postcolonial Fiction

*The Gothic Tradition 1760-1850

Homographesis: Reading/Writing Sexuality and Queer Theory

The French Revolution in the Cultural Imagination: France and Britain (with Professor Van Tuyl)
offered once: Winner of ASECS Shirley Bill Teaching Award 1996

*Pre-Thesis Seminar (taught by English faculty in rotation)


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