Undergraduate Courses, Fall 2015

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.SectionTime(s)RoomCourse titleInstructor
moreAML 3041 25F2 MWF 6 PUGH 120 The Way We Weren’t: The Myths of American Life Wilson
moreAML 3041 26HD T 5-6
R 6
WEIL 0279 America Goes to War! Politics, History, and Identity Al-Tabaa
moreAML 3607 09G0 W 6-8 TUR 2336 African-American Literature 2 Reid
moreAML 4170 21CF T 5-6
R 6
AND 0013 AND 0021 Studies in Genre: Indian Captivity Narratives Schorb
moreAML 4213 21CG T 8-9, R 9 TUR 2346 Studies in American Literature and Culture Before 1800: Early American Life Writing Schorb
moreAML 4242 22DB T 6-8 MAT 0116 Novels of the Harlem Renaissance Reid
moreAML 4453 07A6 T 8-9, R 9 NSC 0227 Beyond Death: Ghosts and Race in Multi-ethnic American Fiction Loh
moreAML 4685 09HE M W F 7 AND 0101 “But Some of Us Are Brave”: Black Women, Writing, and Race (cross-listed with WST 4930/sec. 22D8 and AFA 4931/sec. 1E73) Gill-Sadler
moreAML 4685 2280 T 9-11 TUR 2306 Testimonios: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in US Latina and Latino Popular Culture Mayora
moreCRW 3110 1D80 M 6-8 MAT 0003 Advanced Seminar in Fiction Writing Powell
moreCRW 3310 22C2 T 6-8 NPB 1200 Advanced Seminar in Poetry Writing Mlinko
moreCRW 3310 5604 T 9-11 FLI 0115 Advanced Seminar in Poetry Writing Logan
moreCRW 4905 3304 M 9-11 CBD 0216 Senior Advanced Workshop in Fiction Writing Hempel
moreCRW 4906 0493 M 9-11 CBD 0224 Senior Advanced Workshop in Poetry Writing Hofmann
moreENC 3310 25FD T 7, R 7-8 WEIM 1070 Advanced Exposition: Politics of Composing Wilson
moreENC 3414 8683 W 9-11 ARCH 120 Hypermedia Ulmer
moreENG 3121 22CD T 5-6, R 6
Screening:
M E1-E3
TUR 2322


History of Film 1 Mennel
moreENG 3122 5960 T 7, R 7-8
Screening:
M 9-11
TUR 2334

ROL 0115
History of Film 2 Ray
moreENG 4133 1C26 T 4, R 4-5
Screening:
W E1-E3
TUR 2322


Guilty Until Proven “Guilty!” Burt
moreENG 4134 2188 M 7-8, W 7
Screening:
T 9-11
TUR 2322

ROL 0115
Women & French Cinema Blum
moreENG 4135 12CC M W F 7
Screening:
W 9-11
NSC 227
PUGH 120
Brazilian Cinema (cross-listed with PRT 3391/ sec. 222A) Ginway
moreENG 4135 5464 T 8-9, R 9
Screening:
W 9-11
TUR 2322 Chinese Film & Media Xiao
moreENG 4136 04F8 T 4, R 4-5
Screening:
W 9-11
TUR 2334

ROL 0115
Video Production DeFilippo
moreENG 4844 15HB T 7
R 7-8
TUR 2346
TUR 1315
Queer Theory Emery
moreENG 4905 DEP-X TBA   Independent Study Smith
moreENG 4936 DEP-X M 4, W 3-4
Screening:
T E1-E3
ROL 0115

ROL 0115
Honors Seminar: Camerawork Turim
moreENG 4936 DEP-X M 9-11 CBD 0210 Honors Seminar: Late-Victorian Aestheticism, Decadence, and Sexual Politics Snodgrass
moreENG 4940 DEP-X TBA   Internship Smith
moreENG 4953 231C W 9-11 CBD 0210 Department Seminar: Victorian Masculinities Gilbert
moreENG 4953 6170 T 8-9, R 9 CBD 0210 Department Seminar: Shakespeare’s Sonnets Murchek
moreENG 4970 DEP-X TBA   Honors Thesis Project Smith
moreENL 3122 1H64 T 9-11 TUR 1315 Nineteenth-Century British Novel Gilbert
moreENL 4333 2175 T 2-3, R 3 TUR 1315 Shakespeare—Learning by Doing Homan
moreLIT 3043 21BF T 4, R 4-5 MAT 0116 Modern Drama: Learning by Doing Homan
moreLIT 3313 07A8 M W F 7 CSE E220 Modern Science Fiction: American Space Opera: The Roots and Political Blowbacks Duke
moreLIT 4183 068G T 9-11 TUR 1101 Introduction to Postcolonial Studies Amoko
moreLIT 4188 21CH T 5-6, R 6 TUR 2328 Literary and/as Science Fiction Wegner
moreLIT 4333 04HB T 4, R 4-5 TUR 1105 Literature for the Adolescent Cech
moreLIT 4334 03H6 T 8-9, R 9 FLI 0119 The Golden Age of Children's Literature Turk
moreLIT 4930 2A34 T 2-3, R 3 TUR 2322 Kierkegaard, Kafka, and the King James Bible Burt