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English

2014-15 

UMME AL-WAZEDI, Associate Professor
B.A., M.A., Rajshahi University; M.A., Eastern Illinois; Ph.D., Purdue L.

ANN BOADEN, Part-time Associate Professor
A.B., Augustana; M.A., Ph.D., Chicago

SEAN CHAPMAN, Part-time Instructor
B.A., M.F.A., University of Arkansas; M.A., Southern Illinois University

DAVID CROWE, Professor,
B.A., Luther; M.A., Ph.D., Minnesota

KELLY R. DANIELS, Associate Professor
B.A., San Francisco State; M.F.A., Georgia State; Ph.D., Western Michigan

MARGARET FRANCE, Visiting Assistant Professor
B.A., Grinnell College; M.A., Washington State University; Ph.D., University of California-Davis

MEG GILLETTE, Associate Professor
B.A., Iowa; M.A., Ph.D., Illinois

LAURA E. GREENE, Professor
B.A., Williams; M.A., Ph.D., Cornell

KATIE HANSON, Assistant Professor
B.A. Luther; M.A., St. Mary’s (Minnesota)

FARAH MARKLEVITS, Adjunct Assistant Professor
B.A., Augustana College; M.A., University of Chicago; M.F.A., Syracuse University

JOSEPH McDOWELL, Professor, Chair
B.A., M.A., Ohio State; Ph.D., North Carolina

SARAH McDOWELL, Adjunct Assistant Professor 
B.A., Augustana; M.A., Wisconsin

PAUL V. OLSEN, Professor
B.A., Luther; M.A., Ph.D., Oregon

JASON R. PETERS, Professor, Associate Chair, Dorothy J. Parkander Chair in Literature
B.A., Calvin; M.A., Ph.D., Michigan State

JACOB ROMANIELLO, Assistant Professor
B.S., Nyack College; M.A., Azusa Pacific University; Ph.D., Biola University

JOHN TAWIAH-BOATENG, Associate Professor
B.A., University of Ghana; M.A.,Dalhousie; Ph.D., Southern Illinois

REBECCA WEE, Professor
B.A., St. Olaf; M.F.A., George Mason

KARIN YOUNGBERG, Professor, Conrad Bergendoff Professor of Humanities
A.B., Augustana; M.A., Ph.D., Iowa

READING/WRITING CENTER:
VIRGINIA JOHNSON, Instructor of English and Director 
B.S., Moorhead State; M.S., M.A., Oregon

LUCAS A. STREET, Instructor of English and Assistant Director
B.A., Knox College; M.F.A., University of Wyoming

MAJOR IN ENGLISH. Nine courses + a four credit Senior Inquiry for 31 credits, including 5 courses carrying distribution requirements (HI, HII, HIII, I and AM), 4 electives, and 1 Senior Inquiry. For those completing SI through another major, 5 electives. At least 6 courses must be 3XX or 4XX courses.

MAJOR IN ENGLISH--WRITING EMPHASIS. Nine courses + a four credit Senior Inquiry for 31 credits, including 5 courses carrying distributionrequirements (HI, HII, HIII, I and AM), 4 electives, and 1 Senior Inquiry, two ENGL or ENCW writing courses at the 300-400 level. For those completing SI through another major, 7 electives. At least 6 courses must be 3XX or $XX courses.

MINOR IN ENGLISH. Seven courses for 21 credits, including 5 courses carrying distribution requirements (HI, HII, HIII, I and AM) and 2 electives. At least 4 courses must be 3XX or 4XX courses.

Major in English Education Language Arts See requirements on English Language Arts Advising Sheet available in Education Department Office or visit http://www.augustana.edu/academics/catalog/courses/areas-of-study-d-g/education  

ENGLISH Distribution Requirements
ENGL and ENWR majors must complete at least one course from each of the following five catagories.

• Historical Period I—Old English through Renaissance
Choose one (others may be taken as electives) from
     ENGL-350: Medieval Literature
     ENGL-351: The Literature of Early Modern England
     ENGL-352: Shakespeare: Comedies and Histories
     ENGL-353: Shakespeare's Tragedies ad Later Plays 

• Historical Period II—Restoration through Victorian
Choose one (others may be taken as electives) from 
    ENGL-355: English Romantic Poets
    ENGL-356: Developing English Novel
    ENGL-358: Versions of America
    ENGL-364: American Romance and Realism

• Historical Period III—Modernism through Contemporary
Choose one (others may be taken as electives) from 
    ENGL-334: Modern Poetry
    ENGL-357: Modernism in British Literature
    ENGL-361: Contemporary African-American Literature
    ENGL-362: Modernism in American Literature
    ENGL-363: Contemporary Literature

• Identity
Choose one (others may be taken as electives) from 
    ENGL-237: Introduction to African-American Literature
    ENGL-239: Women in Literature
    ENGL-239G: Women in Literature: South Asia
    ENGL-315G: Writers and Readeres Beyond our Border
    ENGL-333: Anglophone Literature
    ENGL-337: Women Writers and Feminist Theory
    ENGL-354: Empire and Outsiders
    ENGL-358: Versions of America
    ENGL-361: Contemporary African-American Writers

• Approaches and Methods
Choose one (others may be taken as electives) from

    ENGL-239: Women in Literature
     ENGL-240: Biblical and Classical Illusion 
    ENGL-274: Introduction to Criticism and Theory
    ENGL-275: History of British Literature
    ENGL-276: History of American Literature
    ENGL-311: Advanced Environmental Literature
    ENGL-337: Women Writers and Feminist Theory
    ENGL-354: Empire and Outsiders

[Individual courses may carry more than one distribution requirement, but students must meet each distribution requirement with a seperate course. No course may satisfy more than one distribution requirement.]

One 100-level course will count toward fulfillment of major or minor requirements. 
Up to 2 200-level ENGL or ENCW courses will coint toward fulfillment of major or minor requirements.
Up to 2 ENCW courses will count toward fulfillment of major or minor requirements.

The SI requirement may be waived for students who complete SI requirements in another department. These students must complete an additional 3xx elective literature course for ENGL majors and 3xx elective literature or writing course for ENGW majors.


    
    

 


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