Undergraduate Courses, Fall 2000

Times and locations of class meetings are subject to change. Consult the UF Schedule of Courses for official class times and locations and an explanation of the class period abbreviations.

Upper Division (3000–4000) Courses

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Course no. Section Time(s) Room Course title Instructor
moreAML 3031 1633 T 4 R 4/5 TUR 1315 American Literature I Leverenz
moreAML 3270 4861 MWF 3 TUR 2333 African-American Literature I Shaw
moreAML 3271 1636 T 4 R 4/5 TUR 1101 African-American Literature II Hill-Lubin
moreAML 3285 1638 MWF 5 TUR 1101 Contemporary Native American Writing Bredahl
moreAML 4225 1455 T 2-3 R 3 TUR 1321 19th-Century African American Women: Their Lives & Literature King
moreAML 4242 1641 T 5-6 R 6 TUR 1315 Contested Terrain: Contemporary United States Literature Emery
moreAML 4242 1405 T 7 R 7-8 TUR 1101 Latina/o Ethnicity Hedrick
moreAML 4282 1643 T 7 R 7-8 TUR 1105 Black Women Writing: Novels Hill-Lubin
moreAML 4311 1386 MWF 3 TUR 2336 Hemingway Bredahl
moreAML 4311 2074 T 7 R 7-8 ROL 115 The Language of Politics in Herman Melville S. Smith
moreAML 4453 1888 MWF 6 TUR 1321 American Protest Writing Schmidt
moreCRW 3110 DEP-X T 9-11 TUR 2341 Advanced Seminar in Fiction Writing Russell
moreCRW 3110 DEP-X W 9-11 NPB 1200 Imaginative Writing: Fiction Leavitt
moreCRW 3310 DEP-X W E1-E3 MAT 102 Advanced Seminar in Poetry Writing Wade
moreCRW 4905 DEP-X R 9-11 MAT 5 Advanced Seminar in Fiction Writing Powell
moreCRW 4906 DEP-X T E1-E3 TUR 2341 Advanced Seminar in Poetry Writing Logan
moreENC 3254 DEP-X Call 392-5421 TBA Writing in the Discipline TBA
moreENC 3310 1796 M E1-E3 MAT 51 Advanced Exposition Losano
moreENC 3310 1798 T 8-9 R 9 ROL 315 Advanced Exposition Douglas
moreENC 3312 1799 MWF 7 MCCB 3108 Advanced Argumentative Writing Schmidt
moreENC 3312 1800 T 2-3 R 3 ROL 115 Advanced Argumentative Writing Scott
moreENC 3414 7301 T 5-6 R 6 ROL 105 Hypermedia Ulmer
moreENC 4212 7302 T 5-6 R 6 ROL 104 Professional Editing Scott
moreENC 4260 1587 T 10 R 10-11 ROL 104 Advanced Professional Writing Douglas
moreENC 4956 DEP-X VAR VAR Overseas Studies Undergraduate Coordinator
moreENG 3010 7303 T 8-9 R 9 CSE E119 The Theory & Practice of Modern Criticism: Haunting, Spectrality, the Uncanny Wolfreys
moreENG 3011 0446 MWF 3 TUR 1315 The Major Theorists Paxson
moreENG 3113 3569 T 5-6 R 6 TUR 2322 Movies As Narrative Art J. Smith
moreENG 3115 4942 M 4-5 W 5; M 9-11 TUR 2322 Introduction to Film: Criticism & Theory Nygren
moreENG 3115 1375 T 8-9 R 9; W 9-11 ROL 105 Introduction to Film: Theory & Criticism Ulmer
moreENG 3121 1817 T 4 R 4-5; T 9-11 TUR 2322 History of the Film I: Silent Period to the Introduction of Sound Turim
moreENG 4015 1818 R 9-11 TUR 1101 Psychological Approaches to Literature Rudnytsky
moreENG 4110 1819 MWF 7-8 TUR 2334 Animation & Comics Ault
moreENG 4110 1317 T 5-6 R 6; M 9-11 TUR 2334 The Science Fiction Film Beebe
moreENG 4133 3568 W 9-11 TUR 2332 Scriptwriting J. Smith
moreENG 4136 1907 T 9-11 R 9-11 TUR 2334 Film & Video Production: Editing Beebe
moreENG 4139 1330 T 8-9 R 9 ROL 115 Networks Harpold
moreENG 4905 DEP-X TBA VAR Independent Study Faculty Member of Choice
moreENG 4936 DEP-X T 4 R 4-5 MAT 251 Honors Seminar: Race(ing) Through the Nineteenth Century Schueller
moreENG 4936 DEP-X R 9-11 MAT 113 Honors Seminar: Masculinities in Crisis in Victorian Britain & Today Gilbert
moreENG 4940 DEP-X TBA VAR Internship Undergraduate Coordinator
moreENG 4953 1823 M E1-E3 TUR 1315 Dept. Seminar: Shakespeare’s Political Plays Rudnytsky
moreENG 4953 7306 T 10 R 10-11 LEI 142 Dept. Seminar: Thomas Hardy: Mnemotechnics, Materiality, & the Textual Archive Wolfreys
moreENG 4970 DEP-X TBA VAR Honors Thesis Project Faculty Members (2) of Choice
moreENL 3112 1863 MWF 3 TUR 1321 The English Novel: Eighteenth Century New
moreENL 3132 1835 T 4 R 4-5 TUR 1321 The English Novel: Twentieth Century Kershner
moreENL 3230 1837 MWF 3 TUR 1105 The Age of Dryden and Pope McCrea
moreENL 3241 2407 MWF 8 TUR 1315 The Romantic Period Brantley
moreENL 3241 3857 M/WF 3 MAT 105, WEI 1080 Early British Romanticism Page
moreENL 4220 1840 MWF 6 TUR 1315 Renaissance Literature: Elizabethan Prose Perlette
moreENL 4273 1841 MWF 4 TUR 2350 Twentieth-Century British Literature: Literature, Culture, & Empire Wegner
moreENL 4311 1842 MWF 4 TUR 2333 Chaucer Paxson
moreENL 4333 1843 MWF 4 TUR 2336 Shakespeare Thomson
moreENL 4333 2195 T 2-3 R 3 TUR 2322 Shakespeare: Doing It Homan
moreLIN 3680 1845 MWF 7 TUR 1315 Modern English Structure Thompson
moreLIT 3031 1853 T 10 R 10-11 TUR 1315 Studies in Poetry Snodgrass
moreLIT 3041 1854 MWF 3 TUR 1101 Studies in Drama: Citizen Comedy & Domestic Tragedy in the Age of Shakespeare Thomson
moreLIT 3173 1864 MWF 4 TUR 1315 Jewish Literature: Modern Fiction (cross-listed with JST 3930 sect. 0229) New
moreLIT 3374 1573 MWF 5 TUR 1315 The Bible as Literature Brantley
moreLIT 3383 1387 MWF 4 TUR 1105 Women in Literature: Women’s Poetry & 20th-Century Culture Bryant
moreLIT 3383 4123 MWF 2 TUR 1321 British Women Novelists: From Burney to Woolf Page
moreLIT 3400 1332 T 10 R 10-11 MAT 4 The Book as Technology & Trope Harpold
moreLIT 4320 7300 MWF 7 TUR 2346 Introduction to Folklore Thomson
moreLIT 4333 1859 T 2-3 R 3 TUR 1101 Literature for the Adolescent Haskins
moreLIT 4333 1440 T 8-9 R 9 TUR 1315 Literature for the Adolescent Kidd
moreLIT 4334 1860 MWF 4 TUR 2346 Golden Age of Children’s Literature Craddock
moreLIT 4483 2648 MWF 6 TUR 1101 Introduction to Cultural Studies Wegner
moreLIT 4930 2560 T 4 R 4-5 TUR 1105 Writing Biographical Literature Haskins
moreLIT 4930 2558 T 5-6 R 6 ROL 105 Creative Writing & the Computer: The Future of Fiction: Hypertext & Creative Writing S. Smith
moreLIT 4930 2561 T 8-9 R 9 TUR 1321 Queer Theory: Culture & Politics Emery
moreSPC 3605 1905 T 8-9 R 9 MAT 108 Speechwriting Carpenter
moreSPC 4680 1392 T 5-6 R 6 TUR 1321 Rhetorical Criticism Carpenter