English
English Courses
Course # Course Title
ENG 001:ENG 001: Rhetoric and Composition for the College Writer
ENG 010:Introduction to Literature
ENG 011:Craft of Creative Writing
ENG 012:Greco-Roman Myth
ENG 020:Fundamentals of Grammar for Academic Writers
ENG 043:Survey of African American Literature
ENG 045:World Roots of Literature
ENG 046:Contemporary Writers Series: a Reading Group
ENG 055:Beginning Fiction Workshop
ENG 056:Poetry Workshop I
ENG 057:Beginning Fiction for Children and Young Adults Workshop
ENG 061:Theme and Genre Courses
ENG 061R:Studies in Lesbian Writing
ENG 063:Survey of American Literature I
ENG 064:Survey of American Literature II
ENG 065:From the Middle Ages to Milton: Introduction to British Literature I
ENG 066:Blood and Ink: Introduction to British Literature II
ENG 072:Journalism I: Reporting, Writing & Editing
ENG 073:Journalism II: Introduction to Digital Journalism
ENG 074:The Bible as Literature
ENG 080D:ST: Fatal Women
ENG 102:Advanced Expository Writing
ENG 104:Introduction to Critical Theory
ENG 105:Topics in Late Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture
ENG 107:Artful Prose: Grammar and Style for Writers
ENG 109:The Craft of the Young Adult Novel
ENG 111:Craft of Creative Writing
ENG 112:Greco-Roman Myth
ENG 113:Performing Writing
ENG 114:U.S. Literature and Social Change
ENG 115:Shakespeare
ENG 116:Intro to Podcasting
ENG 117:20th-Century African American Literature
ENG 119:Fiction Since 1960
ENG 121:English Renaissance Poetry
ENG 123:Topics in Twentieth Century American Poetry
ENG 124:Craft of Literary Journalism
ENG 127:Digital Storytelling
ENG 131:18th-Century Poetry and Prose
ENG 132:18th-Century English Novel
ENG 141:Topics in Literature and Religion
ENG 145:World Roots of Literature
ENG 146:Contemporary Writers Series a Reading Group
ENG 147:Survey of 19th-Century African American Literature
ENG 152:Poets of Color of the 20th and 21st Centuries
ENG 155:Advanced Fiction for Children and Young Adults Workshop
ENG 157:Topics in African Literature
ENG 161:Modern Drama
ENG 163:American Literature to 1865: Romanticism
ENG 164:Modern American Fiction
ENG 165:American Literature from 1865 to 1920: Realism
ENG 167:Advanced Creative Nonfiction Workshop
ENG 168:Advanced Fiction Workshop
ENG 170:Poetry Workshop II
ENG 171:Social Action and the Academic Essay
ENG 172:Journalism I: Reporting, Writing & Editing
ENG 173:Journalism II: Introduction to Digital Journalism
ENG 174:The Bible as Literature
ENG 175:English Romantic Poetry
ENG 176:The Victorian Period: Prose, Poetry, and Drama
ENG 180:Special Topics in Literature and Culture
ENG 180A:ST: Queer Archival Desires
ENG 180AJ:Jane Austen, The Critical Legacy
ENG 180AS:Creative Writing Bootcamp
ENG 180B:ST: Professional Survival for Writers
ENG 180C:The Black Radical Tradition: From Black Radical Abolitionism to Black Feminism
ENG 180CS:Queer Kinship
ENG 180D:Flash Fiction
ENG 180DS:Race, Class, Wizardry: Harry Potter
ENG 180E:Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting For
ENG 180F:Reading Woolf Writing: "the thing that lies beneath the semblance of the thing"
ENG 180G:Comparative Ethnic Literature and Cultural Production
ENG 180H:Mixed Migrations: Critical approaches to the multi-faceted migration experience in CNF narratives.
ENG 180J:JANE AUSTEN: THE CRITICAL LEGACY AND THE POPULAR IMAGINATION
ENG 180K:Queer and Trans* Literatures: Kinship
ENG 180L:Poetry and Social Crisis in the 21st century in Mexico and the Americas
ENG 180M:Reconfiguring Narrative
ENG 181:The British Novel in the 20th Century and Beyond
ENG 183:Advanced Seminars in English
ENG 187:Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
ENG 188:The 19th-Century British Novel
ENG 189:Senior Thesis in Creative Writing
ENG 191:Senior Thesis in Literature
ENG 201:Development of the English Language
ENG 202:Advanced Expository Writing
ENG 203:The Craft of Prose
ENG 204:The Craft of Poetry
ENG 205:Topics in Late Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture
ENG 207:Artful Prose: Grammar and Style for Writers
ENG 209:The Craft of the Young Adult Novel
ENG 213:Performing Writing
ENG 214:U.S. Literature and Social Change
ENG 215:Shakespeare
ENG 216:Intro to Podcasting
ENG 217:20th-Century African American Literature
ENG 219:Fiction Since 1960
ENG 221:English Renaissance Poetry
ENG 223:Topics in Twentieth Century American Poetry
ENG 224:Craft of Literary Journalism
ENG 227:Digital Storytelling
ENG 231:18th-Century Poetry and Prose
ENG 232:18th-Century English Novel
ENG 241:Topics in Literature and Religion
ENG 246:Contemporary Writers Series: a Reading Group
ENG 247:19th-Century African American Literature
ENG 250:Thesis for the MFA Degree
ENG 250A:MA Research Project
ENG 252:Poets of Color of the 20th and 21st Centuries
ENG 255:Advanced Fiction for Children and Young Adults Workshop
ENG 257:Topics in African Literature
ENG 261:Modern Drama
ENG 263:American Literature to 1865: Romanticism
ENG 264:Modern American Fiction
ENG 265:American Literature from 1865 to 1920: Realism
ENG 268:Graduate Prose Workshop
ENG 270:Graduate Poetry Workshop
ENG 271:Theories of Creativity and the Teaching of Creative Writing
ENG 272:Theories and Strategies of Teaching Writing
ENG 275:English Romantic Poetry
ENG 276:The Victorian Period: Prose, Poetry, and Drama
ENG 277:Advanced Practicum in English
ENG 280:Special Topics in Literature and Culture
ENG 280A:ST: Queer Archival Desires
ENG 280AS:Creative Writing Bootcamp
ENG 280B:ST: Professional Survival for Writers
ENG 280C:The Black Radical Tradition: From Black Radical Abolitionism to Black Feminism
ENG 280CS:Queer Kinship
ENG 280D:Flash Fiction
ENG 280DS:Race, Class, Wizardry: Harry Potter
ENG 280E:Oakland Writers and Artists in Community and Context: We Are the Voices We have Been Waiting For
ENG 280F:Reading Woolf Writing: "the thing that lies beneath the semblance of the thing"
ENG 280G:ST: Gender of Modernism
ENG 280H:Mixed Migrations: Critical approaches to the multi-faceted migration experience in CNF narratives.
ENG 280J:JANE AUSTEN: THE CRITICAL LEGACY AND THE POPULAR IMAGINATION
ENG 280K:Queer and Trans* Literatures: Kinship
ENG 280L:Poetry and Social Crisis in the 21st century in Mexico and the Americas
ENG 280M:Reconfiguring Narrative
ENG 281:The British Novel in the 20th Century and Beyond
ENG 282:Critical Theory
ENG 283:Advanced Seminars in English
ENG 287:Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
ENG 288:The 19th-Century British Novel
ENG 294:Semester Project in Translation
ENG 297:Practicums and Internships
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Last Updated: 6/22/17