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Graduate Catalog College of Arts and Sciences 119 System (IELTS). A total score of 80 on the iBT TOEFL or English 6.3 overall on the IELTS is required. Carmela Pinto McIntire, Associate Professor and 5. Two letters of recommendation from undergraduate Chairperson or graduate professors; St. George Tucker Arnold, Associate Professor 6. A personal essay; Joan L. Baker, Associate Professor 7. Those who might be chosen for teaching Lynne Barrett, Professor assistantships will be interviewed by at least one member Lynn M. Berk, Professor of the committee. Greg Bowe, Assistant Professor and Director of Degree Requirements Undergraduate Writing Gisela Casines, Associate Professor and Associate The Master’s degree program consists of 30 semester Dean hours of course work at a graduate level (course numbers Maneck Daruwala, Associate Professor 5000 or above) and a thesis (6 credits). A maximum of six Carole Boyce Davies, Professor semester hours may be transferred into the program John Dufresne, Professor subject to the approval of the graduate committee. Denise Duhamel, Assistant Professor Required Courses Peggy Endel, Associate Professor ENG 5048 Literary Theory 3 Mary Free, Associate Professor and Associate LIT 5405 Literature, Language and Society 3 Chairperson Electives: A maximum of 24 semester hours (5000 or James Hall, Professor 6000) level may be taken at either campus. Kimberly Harrison, Assistant Professor Thesis: LIT 6970 Master’s Thesis 6 Bruce Harvey, Associate Professor The student must complete a research thesis. The topic Marilyn Hoder-Salmon, Associate Professor must be approved by the faculty member who will Tometro Hopkins, Associate Professor supervise the research and then by the Graduate Kenneth Johnson, Associate Professor and Assistant Committee. The thesis will be accepted only after being Vice President of Academic Affairs read and approved by a Reading Committee. An oral Anna Luzczynska, Assistant Professor defense is required before the Reading Committee. Kathleen McCormack, Associate Professor Below is a list of graduate courses that are offered by Campbell McGrath, Associate Professor the English Department in addition to those offered in the Kathryn McKinley, Associate Professor Creative Writing and Linguistics programs. Graduate Phil Marcus, Professor standing is required for admission into all graduate Asher Z. Milbauer, Associate Professor and Director of courses. Graduate Studies in Literature Meri-Jane Rochelson, Associate Professor Course Descriptions Richard Schwartz Professor Lester Standiford, Professor and Director of Creative Definition of Prefixes Writing Program AML - American Literature; CRW-Creative Writing; ENG- English-General; ENL-English Literature; LIN - Linguistics; Richard Sugg, Professor LIT-Literature. James Sutton, Associate Professor Ellen Thompson, Assistant Professor AML 5305 Major American Literary Figures (3). Each Dan Wakefield, Writer in Residence and Lecturer section will consider the lifework of several authors such Donald Watson, Professor as Hawthorne, Melville, Whitman, Twain, James, Faulkner, Donna Weir, Assistant Professor Mailer, Wright, Baldwin. May be repeated. Feryal Yavas, Lecturer and Director of the Linguistics AML 5505 Periods in American Literature (3). The Program literature and criticism of one specified period of American Mehmet Yavas, Professor literature, such as Colonial, Federal, Transcendental, The English Department offers three graduate degree Antebellum, and Twentieth Century. May be repeated with programs: Creative Writing, Linguistics and Literature. The change of period. descriptions of the Creative Writing and the Linguistics CRW 6806 Teaching Creative Writing (3). The course programs can be found under their respective headings in will prepare graduate students (and teachers from this catalog. secondary schools and community colleges) to teach Master of Arts in English introductory classes and workshops in Creatice Writing. Students will observe and participate in the depaartment’s To be admitted into the Master’s program in English, a CRW 2001 courses. Prerequisites: CRW 3111, 3311, or student must meet the University’s graduate admission graduate standing, or permission of instructor. requirements and have: 1. A bachelor’s degree in English or a related field; ENG 5009 Literary Criticism and Scholarship (3). 2. A minimum 3.0 undergraduate grade point average; Techniques and goals of humanistic research, 3. A combination of 1000 (verbal and quantitative) on bibliography, and critical commentary. the GRE; ENG 5018 Practical Criticism (3). Applies various critical 4. International graduate student applicants whose theories - e.g. the formalistic, historical, structural, native language is not English are required to submit a archetypal, sociological, etc. - to specific literary score for the Test of English as a Foreign Language productions. (TOEFL) or for the International English Language Testing 120 College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Catalog ENG 5026 Advanced Textual Reading (3). The study of English Literature, such as Medieval, Renaissance, selected texts for interpretation from different critical and Victorian, Twentieth Century, and Contemporary. May be theoretical perspectives. May be repeated. Prerequisite: repeated with change of period. Admission to the graduate program in English or by LIN 5019 Metaphor, Language, and Literature (3). Permission of the instructor. Examines nature of metaphor as a cognitive phenomenon; ENG 5048 Literary Theory (3). An introduction to issues how we use metaphor to conceptualize basic physical and in the nature of literature, the philosophy of criticism, and cultural notions; role of cognitive metaphor in literature. methods of interpretation. The theoretical foundations for Prerequisites: LIN 3013 or LIN 5018. literary study. Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate LIN 5211 Applied Phonetics (3). Study of sounds and program in English or by permission of the instructor. suprasegmentals of English. Comparison of phonetic ENG 5058 Form and Theory of Contemporary features of English with those of other languages. Literature (3). Various approaches and theories of Universal constraints and markedness in learning practice in the major genres of imaginative writing, second/foreign language pronunciation. Prerequisites: LIN including development and articulation of the creative 3010, LIN 3013, or LIN 5018 or the equivalent. esthetic. May be repeated. Prerequisite: Permission of the LIT 5358 Black Literature and Literary/Cultural Theory instructor. (3). Examines 20C. black literary critical thought. Students ENG 5907 Independent Study (VAR). Individual interrogate cultural theories and literary texts from African, conferences, assigned readings, reports on independent Caribbean, African-American, Black British and Afro- investigations, with the consent of the chairperson. Brazilian communities. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. ENG 5950 Special Project in English (1-3). Pursuit of LIT 5359 African Diaspora Women Writers (3). Study of projects involving relationship of profession to university black women writers from throughout the Diaspora from and/or community and/or research issues in pedagogy, the early 19th century to present. Prerequisite: Graduate literature, or other areas. Prerequisites: Consent of standing. Graduate Director or Department Chair. Corequisite: LIT 5363 Literary Movements (3). Individual sections will Consent of project supervisor. study the authors, works, and audiences involved in such ENG 5971 Thesis and Dissertation Workshop (3). A phenomena as Humanism, Mannerism, Romanticism, workshop providing practice in the type of writing, Symbolism, the Harlem Renaissance, and others. May be research, and analytical skills required for successful repeated. graduate study. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. LIT 5405 Literature, Society, and Language (3). This ENG 6909 Independent Study (VAR). Individual seminar explores language’s relationship to social conferences, assigned readings, reports on independent formation, specifically as it applies to the relationship investigations, with the consent of the Chairperson. between literature and social groups and institutions. Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate program in ENG 6935 Special Topics in College Pedagogy (3). The English or by permission of the instructor. pedagogy of teaching a designated area of college and university English, such as Shakespeare, American LIT 5426 Authors in their Times (3). A focus on one or literature, film studies, creative writing, or linguistics. more designated authors and the biographical, political Course content and organization to be determined by the and historical context in which they wrote, using current individual professor. Course does not meet certification critical and historical approaches. May be repeated. requirements. Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate program in English or by permission of the instructor. ENG 6937 Teaching College Composition (3). A seminar-workshop introducing the pedagogy of academic LIT 5486 Literature: Continuity and Change (3). and professional writing courses at the university and Explores the development of a particular literary genre, college level, to include traditional rhetoric, writing as ideological concept, or cultural tradition over a broad process, the modes of discourse, and post-structuralist period of time. May be repeated. Prerequisites: Admission theory. Course does not meet certification requirements. to the graduate program in English or by permission of the Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Corequisite: College instructor. composition practicum. LIT 5487 Texts and Culture (3). The study of the ENG 6942 College Composition Practicum (1). Practical relationship between specified texts and an historically, experience in the teaching of English at the university and socially, or conceptually defined culture, such as Vietnam college level through supervised activities to include War Narratives, Jewish Literature, or Postmodernism. May tutorials, evaluating, and commenting on student essays, be repeated. Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate supervised classroom discussion and teaching. Course program in English or by permission of the instructor. does not meet certification requirements. LIT 5934 Special Topics (3). A course designed to give ENL 5220 Major British Literary Figures (3). Each groups of students an opportunity to pursue special section will consider the lifework of an author such as studies not otherwise offered. May be repeated. Chaucer, Spenser, Milton, Pope, Wordsworth, Dickens, LIT 6934 Special Topics (3). A course designed to give Browning, Joyce, or others. May be repeated. groups of students an opportunity to pursue special ENL 5505 Periods in English Literature (3). The studies not otherwise offered. May be repeated. literature and criticism regarding one specified period of Graduate Catalog College of Arts and Sciences 121 LIT 6935 Master’s Colloquium (3). Individual sections study a specific literary topic, selected and presented jointly by several faculty members. May be repeated. Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate program in English or by permission of the instructor. LIT 6970 Master’s Thesis (1-6). A thesis is required of all graduate students of English, to be written in the final semester done under the supervision of a faculty member. Prerequisites: Admission to the graduate program in English and by permission of the supervising faculty.
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