Pre-1800 Literature Courses 2017-18

Courses that fulfill the pre-1800 literature requirement (2017-2018)

The following courses offered in 2017-2018 fulfill the pre-1800 historical requirement (courses may or may not be offered again in subsequent years).

  • ENGLISH 10A Introduction to English I: Medieval and Renaissance Literature
  • ENGLISH 10B Introduction to English 1: Poetics and Politics in Medieval and Renaissance Literature
  • ENGLISH 11A Introduction to English II: From Milton to the Romantics
  • ENGLISH 11B Introduction to English II: American Literature and Culture to 1855
  • ENGLISH 51N Sisters: Poetry and Painting
  • ENGLISH 70N Shakespeare Unbound
  • ENGLISH 101A How to Read Beowulf
  • ENGLISH 103B Introduction to Old English Language and Literature
  • ENGLISH 112A Humanities Core: Great Books, Big Ideas, Europe – Medieval and Early Modern
  • ENGLISH 115D Shakespeare, Language, Contexts
  • ENGLISH 134 The Marriage Plot
  • ENGLISH 135E William Blake: A Literary and Visual Exploration of the Illuminated Poetry
  • ENGLISH 154 Mapping the Romantic Imagination
  • ENGLISH 162W-1 Writing Intensive Seminar in English: Beowulf
  • ENGLISH 162W-2 Writing Intensive Seminar in English: Forbidden Foods: Discovery and Temptation in the Renaissance
  • ENGLISH 162W-2 Writing Intensive Seminar in English: Transformation and Metamorphosis in the Renaissance
  • ENGLISH 163F Shakespeare Now and Then
  • ENGLISH 201 The Bible and Literature
  • ENGLISH 233: Baroque and Neobaroque
  • ENGLISH 240A Crooks, Quacks, and Courtesans: Jacobean City Comedy