Since undergraduate registration for Fall 2015 starts today, we're sure you spent all of Spring Break considering what courses you want to take in the Fall (unless of course you're graduating in May)! If not, you'll want to know that the Fall 2015 undergraduate course list is now online, and you should check it out. Just to name a few of the many interesting options:
- At Lincoln Center, take the intriguingly titled "Laugh, Play, Cry, Hum" with Professor Sherman to fulfill a pre-1800 requirement. Or find out what's interesting about "Ordinariness" with Professor Stein.
- At Rose Hill, learn about Medieval Tolerance and Intolerance with Professor Wogan-Browne, or take the Introduction to Gay and Lesbian Literature with Professor Cahill.
- Whether or not you're in the new English Major with a Creative Writing Concentration, consider a course with one of our Writers in Residence. Allison Parrish is teaching courses on Hypertext and Interactive Fiction as well as Procedural Poetry at Lincoln Center, while Amy Benson is teaching Fiction Book Camp and Fiction Writing: Story Cycles at Rose Hill.
- And explore literary theory by taking Theories of Comparative Literature with Professor Kim at Rose Hill, or Theory for English Majors with Professor Hoffman at Lincoln Center. Either one will fulfill your theory requirement for the major.