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Swarthmore College    
College Bulletin - Course Catalog 
  
 
  Jan 19, 2018
 
College Bulletin - Course Catalog

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Educational Studies

   •  EDUC 096. Thesis
   •  EDUC 097. Thesis
   •  EDUC 098. Psychology and Educational Studies Thesis
   •  ENVS 023. Politics of Population

Educational Studies - Seminars

   •  EDUC 121. Psychology and Practice
   •  EDUC 131. Social and Cultural Perspectives on Education
   •  EDUC 133. Black Childhoods, Intersectionality and Education
   •  EDUC 151. Literacy Research
   •  EDUC 153. Latinos and Education
   •  EDUC 161. Politics, Policy and Education
   •  EDUC 167. Identities and Education
   •  EDUC 180. Honors Thesis

English Literature - Academic Writing Courses

   •  ENGL 001C. Writing Pedagogy
   •  ENGL 001D. Writing Tutorial
   •  ENGL 001F. First-Year Seminar: Transitions to College Writing
   •  ENGL 001H. Insights into Argument and Research Writing Across the Disciplines
   •  ENGL 002A. Argument and Rhetoric Across the Disciplines
   •  ENGL 002M. Medical Writing and Rhetoric
   •  ENGL 003A. Independent Study and Directed Reading in Writing Studies
   •  ENGL 005. Journalism Workshop

English Literature - First-Year Seminars and Writing Courses

   •  ENGL 009A. First-Year Seminar: Literature and Law
   •  ENGL 009D. First-Year Seminar: Nation and Migration
   •  ENGL 009E. First-Year Seminar: Narcissus and the History of Reflection
   •  ENGL 009G. First-Year Seminar: Comedy
   •  ENGL 009H. First-Year Seminar: Portraits of the Artist
   •  ENGL 009J. First-Year Seminar: Revolution and Revolt
   •  ENGL 009M. First-Year Seminar: The Wizard of Oz in Context
   •  ENGL 009N. First-Year Seminar: Philadelphia Poets
   •  ENGL 009Q. First-Year Seminar: Subverting Verses
   •  ENGL 009S. First-Year Seminar: Black Liberty/Black Literature
   •  ENGL 009Y. First-Year Seminar: Metropolitan Forms and Fictions
   •  ENGL 009Z. First-Year Seminar: Close Reading and Its Discontents
   •  ENGL 011. Comedy

English Literature - Medieval and Renaissance

   •  ENGL 010. Survey: "Beowulf" to Milton
   •  ENGL 014. Old English/History of the Language
   •  ENGL 016. Chaucer
   •  ENGL 020. Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 022. Literature of the English Renaissance
   •  ENGL 023. Renaissance Sexualities
   •  ENGL 024. The Revolutionary Seventeenth Century!
   •  ENGL 025. Christopher Marlowe: Works, Life, and Afterlives
   •  ENGL 026. Allegory and Allegoresis in the English Renaissance
   •  ENGL 027B. Performing Justice on the Renaissance Stage
   •  ENGL 028. Milton
   •  ENGL 046. Tolkien and Pullman and Their Literary Roots

English Literature - 18th and 19th Century

   •  ENGL 033. The Romantic Sublime
   •  ENGL 035. The Rise of the Novel
   •  ENGL 036. Jane Austen
   •  ENGL 038. Regency Skepticism, 1812-1832
   •  ENGL 040. Victorian Literature and Victorian Informatics
   •  ENGL 041. The Victorian Poets: Eminence and Decadence
   •  ENGL 050. Hemispheric American Literature
   •  ENGL 050R. 19th Century Radicalisms
   •  ENGL 051. Mariners, Renegades, and Castaways: Early American Literature
   •  ENGL 059. 19th Century American Novels
   •  ENGL 060. Early African American Print Cultures
   •  ENGL 062. Classic Black Autobiography
   •  ENGL 071B. The Lyric Poem in English
   •  ENGL 093. Early American Media Cultures

English Literature - 20th and 21st Century

   •  ENGL 012. Writing and Sustenance
   •  ENGL 045. Modern British Poetry
   •  ENGL 048. Contemporary Women's Poetry
   •  ENGL 049. Contemporary Irish Poetry
   •  ENGL 050M. Queering the History of Emotions
   •  ENGL 051M. Medicine, Disability and Narrative
   •  ENGL 052A. U.S. Fiction, 1900-1950
   •  ENGL 052B. U.S. Fiction, 1945 to the Present
   •  ENGL 052C. Contemporary US Fiction, 1990 to the Present
   •  ENGL 053. Modern American Poetry
   •  ENGL 053R. Research Topics in U.S. Literature
   •  ENGL 061. Fictions of Black America
   •  ENGL 063. Contemporary Black Autobiography
   •  ENGL 064. The New Negro Versus Jim Crow
   •  ENGL 065. Asian American Literature
   •  ENGL 068. Black Culture in a "Post-Soul" Era
   •  ENGL 071C. The Short Story
   •  ENGL 071G. Gothic Shorts
   •  ENGL 071K. Lesbian Novels Since World War II
   •  ENGL 071S. Contemporary Life Writing: Form and Theory
   •  ENGL 072. Global Modernisms
   •  ENGL 076. The World, the Text, and the Critic
   •  ENGL 077. South Asians in America
   •  ENGL 078. Modernism
   •  ENGL 079. What is Cultural Studies?
   •  ENGL 082. Transnational Feminist Theory
   •  ENGL 083. On Violence
   •  ENGL 084. Human Rights and Literature: Borderzones of the Human
   •  ENGL 086. Theory Capstone: Discipline + Culture
   •  ENGL 087. American Narrative Cinema
   •  ENGL 089. Race, Gender, Class and Environment
   •  ENGL 089B. Materials that Matter: Environmental Literature in the Anthropocene
   •  ENGL 090. Queer Media
   •  ENGL 092. Marxist Literary and Cultural Studies
   •  ENGL 094. Aydelotte Seminar on Liberal Arts Education
   •  ENGL 095A. The Art of the American Musical
   •  ENGL 095B. Performance and Performativity

English Literature - Creative Writing Workshops

   •  ENGL 070A. Poetry Workshop
   •  ENGL 070B. Fiction Workshop
   •  ENGL 070C. Advanced Poetry Workshop
   •  ENGL 070D. Grendel's Workshop (New Texts From Old)
 

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