Updated Winter Quarter Course Descriptions

Hello, everyone! Though December is only in its earliest stages, the holidays and break will fly by and Winter Quarter is not as far away as it might seem!

Just a reminder that a number of fantastic and thought-provoking English courses are still open; several course descriptions have been updated and more fully fleshed out. Have a look!

WQ 1415 Undergraduate Course Descriptions

English Department Book Club

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Hello Undergrounders! Hope the end of the quarter is not too full of insanity..and if it is, take comfort in the fact that break and over a month of time to read for pleasure is upon us!

Why not hunker down with a great book–A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin–and join Professors Bartlett and Johns-Trissler in January for a discussion?

This is the English Department Book Club’s first selection, and we hope you’ll come along for the ride. Check back for the location and START READING!

Winter 2015 Course Spotlight: ENG 309-206 Topics in Writing: The American Literary Magazine—Idealists and Happy Fools

As registration for Winter Quarter continues, we’d like to draw your attention to an interesting and pertinent hybrid course focusing on the American literary magazine that is open to undergraduate students. Please note that instructor permission is required for undergraduate enrollment.

See the flyer below for details, and consider adding this interesting and unique class (the likes of which are somewhat uncommon in undergraduate English university offerings) to your Winter enrollment!

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