Courses: Junior Seminar (ENGLH299A01)
Two-semester, year-long seminar, required of all English majors. Through class readings and discussion, and writing tutorials, students are expected to engage (1) a series of texts representing the range and diversity of the historical tradition in British and American literature, and (2) critical theory and practice as it has been influenced by hermeneutics, feminism, psychology, semiology, sociology, and the study of cultural representation, and as it reflects the methods of literary criticism. This section reserved for Seniors who studied abroad in the Spring of Jr. Year.
Syllabus: View course syllabus
Fulfills: HU III
Haverford, Hall 106