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ENGL English

GER. Analysis and interpretation of selected writings from the Romantic period to the present.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
75594 J01 Sol Neely
Egan Wing 225
Tue, Thu
3:00p - 4:30p
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: WRTG S111 (C or better) or concurrent enrollment.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $801 (additional charges may apply)

GER. Introduction to the study and practice of writing original works of fiction and poetry. Writing techniques are explored through class discussion, study of established writers, and participation in writing workshops.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
75587 JD1 Emily Wall
Distance Ed WEB
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: WRTG S211 or WRTG S212 (C 2.00 or better) or instructor permission.

Online Web based. No scheduled meetings. Students will access the course site at uas.alaska.edu/online for course information, and edit personal profile.

Tuition and fees: $801 (additional charges may apply)

ENGL 362
3 CR
Study and practice in the techniques of memoir writing, explored through class discussion, study of literary models, and participation in writing workshops.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
75598 JD1 Ernestine Hayes
Egan Wing 113
Friday
12:00p - 1:00p
8/27 - 12/15
Distance Ed WEB
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: ENGL S261 (C 2.00 or better) or instructor permission.

Required classroom meetings plus required additional online study. For more information contact UAS Humanities at 796-6163 or view class web page at uas.alaska.edu/online.

Tuition and fees: $939 (additional charges may apply)

Introduces discard studies as the critical practice of reading waste: broadly conceived here as the discarded matters and material of everyday life. Specifically, we will explore poetry, fiction, music, and film that represent waste not simply as a by-product, but rather a co-producer of our selves, systems, and societies. Our sites of inquiry range from punk rock to Romantic poetry, compost piles to social networks, rural Alaska to outer space, including Wall-E, Ordinary Wolves, House of Leaves, Garbage, and Manufactured Landscapes.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
72852 J01 Will Elliott
Egan Wing 218
Tue, Thu
1:15p - 2:45p
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: WRTG S211 or WRTG S212 or instructor permission.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $939 (additional charges may apply)

Although he's hugely popular (especially among younger readers) because of his gruesome, grotesque short fiction; and perhaps also - once something of his life is understood - because of the way his haunted life and mysterious death played out, it is nevertheless true that Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most misunderstood and least accessible American writers. Thanks to "The Raven," he is the first genuine American literary celebrity. He invented - along with Nathaniel Hawthorne - the short fiction genre. He wrote the first detective story, popularized the figure of the unreliable narrator in short stories, and seemed to understand what it was to present the psyche of the disordered mind before psychology acquired its present meaning and entered the common vocabulary. The real key to understanding Poe's works, though, is in learning his poetics, or his theorizing about literature. Once Poe discovered for himself the "meaning of life," he coded it into his writings, which is the subject of study for this class.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
76167 KD1 Rod Landis
Distance Ed WEB
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: WRTG S211 or WRTG S212 or instructor permission.

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at classes.alaska.edu. Go to bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $873 (additional charges may apply)

This course will provide an introductory study of the topic of Postmodernism as the playful irreverence for the so-called “grand narrative” of Western ideology. We will read several examples of Postmodernist fiction and engage the movement’s numerous critiques. Through writing exercises and three formal writing projects (short prose, poetry, script, or potentially some other medium), the course will challenge students to explore their own cultural or socio-political interests and in turn experiment with and against traditional style and structure to give creative voice to those interests. This senior-level English course will be rigorous. Students will be expected to regularly engage the reading and writing assignments, and they will also be expected to write professional, academic reflections on their own work.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
76777 TD1 Math Trafton II
Distance Ed WEB
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: ENGL S261 (C 2.00 or better) or instructor permission.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $873 (additional charges may apply)

Advanced study and practice in the techniques of creative writing. What happens at the intersection of the visual and literary arts? What if we wrote the story of Guernica? Wrote a poem based on a film? A memoir based on a tattoo? This term we will be doing Ekphrastic writing, which is drafting a poem, story, or memoir based on a piece of art or an object from the world around us. The course will culminate with visiting the City Museum, creating a piece based on an artifact, and then submitting work for a gallery show in the museum. Half our time will be spent workshopping student poems and stories.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
72853 J01 Emily Wall
Egan Wing 113
Tue, Thu
9:45a - 11:15a
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: ENGL S261 (C 2.00 or better) or instructor permission.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $939 (additional charges may apply)

ENGL 491
3 CR
Provides students with an opportunity to gain experience working in a language-based field of employment (e.g., journalism, teaching, public relations, research, or editing).
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
72855 J01 Emily Wall
Arranged
8/27 - 12/15

Section Prerequisite: WRTG S211 or ENGL S211.

Pass/Fail grading.

Variable credits 1-4, to be determined at time of registration. Special Course approval form required. See advisor or faculty to make arrangements.

Tuition and fees: $944 (additional charges may apply)

ENGL 499
3 CR
Independent thesis or project in the student's area of interest as approved by the student's advisor. The thesis will be presented to and evaluated by panel to be determined by the English department. Pass/Fail grading.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
72856 J01 Staff
Arranged
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: WRTG 211 or WRTG 212 (C 2.00 or better), upper division standing, and contract with instructor.

Pass/Fail grading.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $939 (additional charges may apply)

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