Literature Literature forms one possible area of concentration for the humanities maJor (page 49). This concentration consists of 18 units, of which 12 must be upper divi sion; the six lower division units must be taken in English 250, Introductory Stud ies in Literature: English Literature. Humanities majors choosing the literature concentra tion are advised through the department of English. Following is a list of the literature courses offered in the departments of En glish and foreign languages. English 250 INTRODUCTORY
350 STUDIES IN THE ENGLISH LAN GUAGE (3) Both standard and specialized offerings in English language studies. One or more sections offered every year in areas such as: General English Linguist ics, Modern Grammar. Development of Modern En glish, Word Formation and Function, Cur
430 SPECIAL STUDIES IN LITERATURE (3) Studies in general areas of literary inter est such as allegory, science fiction and folklore or in such specific literary topics as the city, apocalypse, the hero. the Fall. 440 STUDIES IN MAJOR AUTHORS (3) An in-depth study of t he works of one or more significant authors with attention to the chronological development of the author's style, his main themes and his rela tionship to the literary tradition. Sections offered include such authors as: Shake speare, Chaucer, Milton, Blake and Cole ridge, Faulkner and Hemingway. Prerequi site: 250 or consent. 450 STUDIES IN LITERARY CRIT ICISM (3) Stud ies in the history of criticism, con temporary literary t heory and application of the principles of literary analysis. 460 STUDIES OF LITERARY GENRE (3) Studies in specific literary genres such as poetry, drama, novel. 470 SEMINAR ( I ) Reading, research and discussion in areas determined by student need and in terest. Three units required for English majors, junior or senior standing required. Not restricted to Engl ish majors. O nly one un it in one semester but may be repeated for a maximum of four unit s toward grad uation. Prerequisite: 250 or consent. 490 ENGLISH PRACTICUM ( 1-3) Practical experience in English teaching and/or research on t he college level. Limit ed enrollment. Prerequisite: permission of the English Professional Standards Com mittee r·equired.
I IO STUDIES IN CRITICISM AND COM POSITION (3, 3) Sections A and B. Reading, discussion of ideas and methods of writing. stressing critical thinking, persuasion and evaluation; experience in writing essays and the re search paper. Both sections required. Sec tion A prerequisite to section B. 230 INTRODUCTORY STUDIES IN JOURNALISM (3, 3) Sections A and B. Fundamentals of jour nalistic theory and practice. (See Commu nication 233, 234 for complete descrip tion.) Both sections may be taken. 250 INTRODUCTORY STUDIES IN LIT ERATURE (3) Designed to fulfill the general education literature requirement and as a prerequi site for advanced studies in literature. Sec tions offered every semester in specific areas: English Literature I and II, American Literature, World Literature. Prerequ isite: I I0NB. 320 STUDIES IN GRAMMAR AND LAN GUAGE (3) Introductory language course for educa tion students: history of language, gram matical systems. usage/composition; teach ing applications. 330 STUDIES IN WRITING (3) Theory and practice in the various types of writing, aiming at publication. One or more sections offered every year in areas such as: Creative Writing, Research and Writing, Writing for Publication.
rent English Usage, Dialectology/ Sociolinguistics/Psycholinguistics.
360 STUDIES IN AMERICAN LITERA TURE (3) Specific eras and movements in Ameri can literature. One or more sections of fered every year in areas such as: Colonial ism and Puritanism, Revolution and the Young Republic, Romanticism and Tran scendentalism, Real ism and Naturalism, Twentieth Century Literature, Contempo rary Literature. Prerequ isite: 250 or con sent. 370 STUDIES IN ENGLISH LITERATURE (3) Specific eras and movements in English literature. Sections offered every year in areas such as: The Middle Ages, Elizabe than and Jacobean Literature, Metaphysical and Baroque Literature, Restoration Lit erature, The Augustan Age, The Age of Johnson, Romantic Literature, Victorian Literature, Twentieth Century Literature, Contemporary Literature. Prerequisite 250 or consent. 380 STUDIES IN CHILDREN'S LITERA TURE (3) A study of children's literature, kinder garten through eighth grade. This course is not applicable toward an English or hu manities major. 420 STUDIES IN COMPARAT IVE LIT ERATURE (3) Comparative studies of a specific cultu r al literature. Sections offered in areas such as: African, Spanish, Russian, Jewish, Ger man literature.
STUDIES IN LITERATURE STUDIES IN AMERICAN LITERATURE
STUDIES IN ENGLISH LITERATURE
STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Engl ish 430
SPECIAL STUDIES IN LITERATURE STUDIES IN MAJOR AUTHORS STUDIES IN LITERARY CRITICISM STUDIES IN LITERARY GENRE
Engl ish 440
Engl ish 460
English 470 French 320
STUDIES IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE STUDIES IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Greek 4 1I . 41 2 READINGS IN
CLASSICAL GREEK Spanish 40 I. 402 SURVEY OF SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE Spanish 403,404 SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE Spanish 407 THE SPANISH AMERICAN NOVEL Spanish 41 I LITERATURE DEL SIGLO XIX Spanish 412 CONTEMPORARY SPANISH LITERATURE 43
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