Master of Arts

Developing critical awareness

The Master of Arts (MA) program develops scholars with a critical and comprehensive awareness of English studies. While offering specialization in one of various areas of strength in the department, the program requires a breadth requirement through course work and thereby grounds students’ interests in a wide and flexible understanding of English studies.

Note: The below courses are for MA and PhD students.

Fall 2022 Graduate Courses

ENGL 820: Studies in Print Culture Theory | Instructor: M. Everton

* ENGL 820 Everton.pdf
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ENGL 832: Mediating Jacobites in Cultural Memory: From "Bonnie Prince Charlie" to Outlander| Instructor: L. Davis
* Print Culture designated

* ENGL 832 Davis.pdf
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ENGL 844: Lost Islands of the Salish Sea | Instructor: S. McCall

* ENGL 844 McCall.pdf
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ENGL 853: Psychoanalysis, Race, and Decolonization | Instructor: C. Burnham

* ENGL 853 Burnham.pdf
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Spring 2023 Graduate Courses

ENGL 811: The Marxist Legacy and Contemporary Theory | Instructor: C. Lesjak

* ENGL 811 Lesjak.pdf
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ENGL 833: Spiritual America | Instructor: M. Everton

* ENGL 833 Everton.pdf
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ENGL 870: Hope is a Place: Climate Futures, Colonial Pasts | Instructor: M. Linley

* ENGL 870 Linley.pdf
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Summer 2023 Graduate Courses

ENGL 821: Studies in Manuscript, Print and Media Culture* | Instructor: M. Levy
* Print Culture designated

* ENGL 821 Levy.pdf
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ENGL 843: In the Wake | Instructor: D. Chariandy

* ENGL 843 Chariandy.pdf
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Fall 2023 Graduate Courses

ENGL 810: Theory and the University | Instructor: C. Lesjak

* 1237.810.Lesjak.pdf
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ENGL 820: Theoretical Approaches to Print Culture | Instructor: M. Everton

* 1237.820.Everton.pdf
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ENGL 830: Authority and Authorship: Medieval Women’s Writing in Britain | Instructor: M. Hussey
*Print Culture designated

* 1237.830.Hussey.pdf
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ENGL 854: Poet's Prose | Instructor: S. Collis

* 1237.854.Collis.pdf
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 SPRING 2024 GRADUATE COURSES

ENGL 832: “Songs, Spectacles and Circuses in the Long Eighteenth Century; Or, Forget Lyrical Ballads; Let’s Talk About Street Ballads” | Instructor: L. Davis
*Print Culture designated

* 1241.832.Davis.pdf
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ENGL 844: Creative Collaborations in Indigenous Literary Arts | Instructor: S. McCall
*Print Culture designated

* 1241.844.McCall.pdf
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ENGL 860: Words as Deeds | Instructor: S. Zwagerman

* 1241.860.Zwagerman.pdf
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 SUMMER 2024 GRADUATE COURSES

ENGL 829: Controversial Shakespeare | Instructor: R. Arab

* 1244.829.Arab.pdf
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ENGL 843: In the Wake | Instructor: D. Chariandy

* 1244.843.Chariandy.pdf
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