Race, Class, Gender and American Cinema -
TR: Class 11:30am - 12:20pm T: Film 4:00pm - 5:50pm
ENGL 4620-001 Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
Join Us as We Read 16 of Chaucer’s Most Beloved Tales and Learn About the
Cultural, Political, and Linguistic Influences on The Father of British Literature.
• If You Like a Tale of Chivalry,
• If You Like a Good Love Story,
• If You Believe in Family Values,
• If You Like a Bit of Bawdry,
• If You Want to Know What Medieval Folks Were Like,
• If You Care How We Got to Where We Are Today,
• If You’re Not Afraid of History,
• If You Appreciate British Literature;
Then You’re Going to Love This Class.
The Class meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11-11:50 with Dr. Rick McDonald.
Come and see where all of British Literature got its start.
Introduction to Folklore
TR 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Everyone’s talking about the extra sections added to Fall 09.
English 2520.003- American Literature after 1865, with Rob Carney
English 2600.003- Critical Introduction to Literature, with Daniel Westover
English 3020.002- Modern English Grammars, with Linda Shelton
English 3090.003- Advanced Academic Writing
English 4950.002- Senior Seminar, with Gae Lyn Henderson
Check UVLINK for times and locations