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Recent and Upcoming Courses in Book History and Digital Humanities

Recent and Upcoming Courses in Book History and Digital Humanities

Coming in Fall 2018

For full course descriptions, check out the Fall 2018 Graduate Courses page.

  • ENGL 5346: Digital Humanities (Dr. Kvande)

Coming in Spring 2019

For full course descriptions, check out the forthcoming Spring 2019 Graduate Seminars page.

  • ENGL 5317: Postcolonial Queer Studies (Dr. Batra)

Previous Courses

For full course descriptions, check out the Literature Course Archives.

  • ENGL 5317 Postcolonial Literature: Postcolonial, Decolonial, Digital: One Billion and More Rising (Dr. Batra)
  • ENGL 5380 Advanced Problems in Literature: Chapbook and Broadside Publishing (Dr. Bauer)
  • ENGL 5351 Studies in Film and Literature: Political Art Manifesto & Latin American Cinema (Dr. Baugh)
  • MRST 5301 Methods in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Dr. Couch)
  • ENGL 5302 Middle English Language: Translating Middle English Literature (Dr. Couch
  • ENGL 5303 Studies in Medieval Literature (Dr. Couch)
  • ENGL 5340 Research Methods (Dr. Couch)
  • ENGL 5303 Studies in Medieval Literature: Beowulf (Dr. McFadden)
  • ENGL 5307 and 5315 History of the Weird Novel (Drs. Kvande and Shelton)
  • ENGL 5307 Making the Novel in the Eighteenth Century (Dr. Kvande
  • ENGL 5348 Studies in the History of the Book: Print, Manuscript, and Authority in the Long Eighteenth Century (Dr. Kvande)
  • ENGL 5351 Studies in Literature and Film: Media Transformations in the Late Nineteenth Century (Dr. Phillips)
  • ENGL 5351 Studies in Literature and Film: Adaptation as Process and Product (Dr. Phillips)
  • ENGL 5309 Studies in Nineteenth Century British Literature: Victorian Science Fiction & Fantasy: Steampunk Past and Present (Dr. Rukavina)
  • ENGL 5380 Pirates, Thieves, and Villains: Publishing and Book Publishing in the nineteenth Century (Dr. Rukavina)