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Recent and Upcoming Courses in Book History and Digital Humanities

Here's a quick glance at the courses our current faculty have offered or will be offering in Book History and Digital Humanities. For full course descriptions, check out the Literature Course Archives.

  • Curtis Bauer, English 5380 Advanced Problems in Literature: Chapbook and Broadside Publishing
  • Scott Baugh, English 5351 Studies in Film and Literature: Political Art Manifesto & Latin American Cinema
  • Julie Couch, MRST 5301 Methods in Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  • Brian McFadden, English 5303 Studies in Medieval Literature: Beowulf
  • Marta Kvande and Jen Shelton, English 5307 and 5315 History of the Weird Novel
  • Marta Kvande, English 5348 Studies in the History of the Book: Print, Manuscript, and Authority in the Long Eighteenth Century
  • Wyatt Phillips, English 5351 Studies in Literature and Film: Media Transformations in the late nineteenth century and English 5351 Studies in Literature and Film: Adaptation as Process and Product
  • Alison Rukavina, English 5380 Pirates, Thieves, and Villains: Publishing and Book Publishing in the nineteenth century
  • Alison Rukavina, English 5352 Studies in Fiction or English 5380 Advanced Problems in Literary Studies: Victorian Science Fiction & Fantasy: Steampunk past and present (Fall 2017)

Each year, Book History & Digital Humanities offers at least three courses focused on the field: Bibliography and Research Methods, either History of the Book or Digital Humanities, and one other course.

Standardized offerings in rotation

  • History and Theories of the Book |  Snead S2010
  • Digital Humanities
  • Internship in Publishing and Editing |
  • Scholarly Editing and Digital Environments | Other S2011
  • Bibliography and Research Methods | Snead F2009-F2013

In Literature

Here's a quick glance at the special-topics courses our current faculty have offered with focus in book history. For full course descriptions, check out the Literature Course Archives.

  • Beowulf | McFadden, alternate years, next offered Spring 2015
  • Victorian Poetry in the Marketplace | 
  • Romanticisms |
  • Selling Novels and “The Novel” in the Eighteenth Century |
  • Gender and the Literatures of Dissent | Snead S2009
  • Invention of Modernism | Samson F2008

In Technical Communication and Rhetoric

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

  • Visual Rhetoric |
  • Online Publishing | Rice S2004, S2006; Baehr S2003, F2004, F2005, F2007, F2010, F2011, Su2011, S2013, Su2014, S2015
  • Publication Management | Baehr  S2007, F2010, S2010, F2013, S2014
  • Document Design | 
  • Discourse and Technology | Baehr S2008
  • Technical Editing | 
  • Data Mining | Lang

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Department of English