ENG 460 - Topics in Literature - Topic: Gothic Children's Lit
How literary works express such themes as the American dream, futurism, industrialism, minority experiences, women's roles, and nature writing. Course Information: May be repeated if topic varies. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisites: C in ENG 303.
This course focuses on culminating projects in the field of English studies, acting as a capstone for the major and moving students towards professional work. Students will research specific professional contexts aligning with their interests, including but not limited to publication venues, and demonstrate advanced critical knowledge of the field. They will also reflect on the significance of their future contributions within the field and within contemporary society more broadly. Prerequisite: C or better in ENG 301 or ENG 303. Requires Departmental Approval. Course Approval Request Form: go.uis.edu/ENGCourseRequest
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Course Level: Graduate