Literature Faculty 2-year schedule

ENG rotation 2012-2014

Fall 2012

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: Case

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: Darrohn

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar:  Johnson

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Brown

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Klein

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Krueger

ENG 250 Shakespeare: Krueger

ENG 252 British Texts and Contexts II: Darrohn

ENG 252 British Texts and Contexts II: Hughes

ENG 265 African American Literature and Culture: Johnson

ENG 272 American Texts and Contexts: Klein

ENG 277 The Gothic Tradition: Brown

ENG 277 Francophone Literature in English: TBA

ENG 293: Literary Nonfiction: Legler

ENG 341 English Renaissance Literature: Brown

ENG 345 Romantic Era: Krueger

ENG 366 Early American Novel, 1780-1900: Klein

ENG 455 Literary Theory and Cultural Studies: Johnson

ENG 462 Philosophy and Modern American Literature: Case

Spring 2013

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar:  Brown

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: Klein

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: Krueger

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Case

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Johnson

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: TBA

ENG 250 Shakespeare: Brown

ENG 251 British Texts and Contexts I: Krueger

ENG 251 or 252: TBA

ENG 272 American Texts and Contexts: Case

ENG 272 American Texts and Contexts: Johnson

ENG 273 American Poetry to 1900: Klein

ENG 277 Topics in English: Brown

ENG 291: Twentieth-Century Short Story: O’Donnell

ENG 296 Postcolonial Literature: Darrohn

ENG 346 Victorian Literature: Darrohn

ENG 370 The Splendid Drunken Twenties: Johnson

ENG 377 Advanced Topics in English: Case

ENG 463 Colonial Americas: Klein

ENG 477 Seminar Topics in Literature: Krueger

Fall 2013

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: Case

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar:  Johnson

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: TBA

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Brown

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Klein

ENG 250 Shakespeare: TBA

ENG 250 Shakespeare: Brown

ENG 252 British Texts and Contexts II: Darrohn

ENG 272 American Texts and Contexts: Klein

ENG 263 Studies in Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century American Literature: Case

ENG 277 Topics in English: Case

ENG 279 Multicultural Literature and Film: Johnson

ENG 344 Eighteenth-Century English Literature: TBA

ENG 377 Advanced Topics in Literature: Johnson

ENG 377 Advanced Topics in Literature: Klein

ENG 449 Twentieth-Century British Literature: Darrohn

ENG 481 Early European Literature: Brown

Spring 2014

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: Brown

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar:  Darrohn

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: Klein

ENG 100 First-Year Writing Seminar: TBA

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Case

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: Johnson

ENG 181 Literary Analysis and Interpretation: TBA

ENG 250 Shakespeare: Brown

ENG 251 British Texts and Contexts I: TBA

ENG 251 or 252: TBA

ENG 267 Twentieth-Century American Poetry: Thomson

ENG 272 American Texts and Contexts: Case

ENG 272 American Texts and Contexts: Johnson

ENG 277 Topics in English: Johnson

ENG 277 Topics in English: Klein

ENG 293 Literary Nonfiction: Legler

ENG 362 American Environmental Writing: Case

ENG 377 Advanced Topics in English: Brown

ENG 377 Advanced Topics in English: TBA

ENG 477 Seminar Topics in Literature: Darrohn

ENG 477 Seminar Topics in Literature: Klein

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Writing Contest

The Great Outdoors Writing Contest

As part of the Mantor Library’s yearly On Our Minds reading event, and in conjunction with the English Department, we are sponsoring a writing contest for two categories: Academic and Creative (prose). The theme for this year’s contest is The Great Outdoors. Inspired by Bill Bryson’s A Walk in the Woods, students are invited to write on any topic touching on the great outdoors. Creative prose can be fiction or non-fiction. Academic papers should focus on a topic relating to the environment. Please let your students know about this contest, and encourage them to enter.

Submissions should be 8-10 pages in length, double-spaced. Winners and 1st runners up in both categories will read at Symposium Day.

Prizes will be awarded as follows:

  • Winners in each category–$40 gift card to Devaney Doak & Garrett
  • 1st runners up in each category–$20 gift card to Devaney Doak & Garrett

Entries should be submitted at the main desk of the library by April 11th. Each entry should have a cover sheet with the author’s name and contact information, as well as the title of the entry and whether it’s for the academic or creative contest. Other than that, the author’s name should not appear on the entry itself, to ensure impartiality in evaluation.

 

For questions and further information, please contact Bryce Cundick (778-7224 or bryce.cundick@maine.edu).

 

For more information about the On Our Mind reading program, visit http://umf.maine.libguides.com/OOM2011