Graduate courses Spring 2020

PROGRAMA GRADUADO DE INGLÉS
HORARIO ACADÉMICO
SEGUNDO SEMESTRE 2019-2020 (B92)
SUJETO A CAMBIOS 

 

INGL 6029 – Special Topics in Literature: Traveling to Literary London (Study/Travel)
(3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description: A combination of study and travel in which students will be able to encounter the places, cultural artifacts, and history of subjects in the study of literature, communication, or linguistics.

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0U1

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Madeleine Vala

10

 

INGL 6497 – Colonial and 18th Century American Literature                                 (3 crs.)  Prerequisite: None.

Description:  A study of the primary religious, political, philosophical, journal, and creative writers in North America during the colonial period and the first years of independence.

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4:30 – 7:20 PM

Screening Room

Reinhard Sander

10

 

INGL 6499 – Phonology of English                                                                         (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description:  Current approaches to the analysis of the phonology of contemporary English.

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4:30 – 7:20 PM

Yolanda Rivera

10

 

INGL 6127 – 20th Century U.S. Literature                                                               (3 crs.)
Prerequisite:    None

Description: A study of the literary forms and shifts in period style as well as the cultural logic that informed U.S. literature of the 20th Century.

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4:30 – 7:20 PM

Rick Swope

10

                  

INGL 6415 – Introduction to Literary Criticism and Theory                                   (3 crs.)
Prereequisite: None.

Description: A study of the major literary theories and schools of criticism.

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5:00-7:50 pm

Maritza Stanchich

10

 

INGL 6486 – Caribbean Theory and Literature                                                        (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description:  A study of the literary and cultural theory from the Caribbean in relation to literary texts from the region.

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9:00 am-12 noon

Nalini Natarajan

10

 

INGL 6496 –Topics in Analysis of Contemporary English: Language, Ideology and Discrimination in the US                                                                                         (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description:  A study of the ways in which discrimination based on accent functions to support and perpetuate social structures and unequal power relations in the U.S.

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4:30 – 7:20 PM

Alma Simounet

10

 

INGL 6891: Research Essay in English Literature I                                                 (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Study and development of the research methods and sources necessary for the successful writing of a Research Essay in English-language literature and culture. Special emphasis is placed on archival and bibliographical research in literature, creative writing, literary history, oral literature, and performance. The focus on print, electronic, fieldwork, and experiential research varies in relation to the nature of the chosen theme of the essay. Students enrolled in Research Essay in English Literature I receive full-time student status. (This course replaces the MA thesis course.)

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Loretta Collins

5

002

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James Conlan

5

003

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Richard Swope

5

004

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Dannabang Kuwabong

5

005

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P/A

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Nalini Natarajan

5

006

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Carmen Haydee Rivera

5

007

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Mark Pedreira

5

008

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Reinhard Sander

5

009

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Michael Sharp

5

010

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Maritza Stanchich

5

 

INGL 6892: Research Essay in English Literature II                                                 (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: INGL 6891

Continuation of study and development of the research methods and sources necessary for the successful writing of a Research Essay in English-language literature and culture. Special emphasis is placed on archival and bibliographical research in literature, creative writing, literary history, oral literature, and performance. The focus on print, electronic, fieldwork, and experiential research varies in relation to the nature of the chosen theme of the essay. Students enrolled in 11 Research Essay in Literature II receive full-time student status. (This course replaces the MA thesis course.)

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CUPO

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Loretta Collins

5

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James Conlan

5

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Richard Swope

5

004

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Dannabang Kuwabong

5

005

P/A

P/A

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Nalini Natarajan

5

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P/A

P/A

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Carmen Haydee Rivera

5

007

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Mark Pedreira

5

008

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Reinhard Sander

5

009

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Michael Sharp

5

010

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Maritza Stanchich

5

 

INGL 6893: Research Essay in English Linguistics I                                               (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Study and development of research methods and sources necessary for the successful writing of a Research Essay or Project in English-language linguistics and culture. Special emphasis is placed on archival and bibliographical research in the study of language and linguistics. The focus on print, electronic, fieldwork, and experimental research varies in relation to the nature of the chosen theme of study. Students enrolled in Research Essay in English Linguistics I receive full-time student status. (This course replaces the writing of the MA thesis.)

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Ann Albuyeh

5

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Robert Dupey

5

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Nicholas Faraclas

5

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Alma Simounet

5

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Yolanda Rivera

5

006

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Don Walicek

5

 

INGL 6894: Research Essay in English Linguistics II                                              (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: INGL 6893

Continuation of study and development of research methods and sources necessary for the successful writing of a Research Essay or Project in English-language linguistics and culture. Special emphasis is placed on archival and bibliographical research in the study of language and linguistics. The focus on print, electronic, fieldwork, and experimental research varies in relation to the nature of the chosen theme of study. Students enrolled in Research Essay in English Linguistics II receive full-time student status.

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CUPO

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Ann Albuyeh

5

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Robert Dupey

5

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Nicholas Faraclas

5

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Alma Simounet

5

005

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Yolanda Rivera

5

006

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Don Walicek

5

 

INGL 6895 – M.A. Thesis (Creative Writing concentration)                                     (0 crs.)
Prerequisite: INGL 6900                                                                       One semester only.

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Loretta Collins

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Dannabang Kuwabong

5

 

INGL 6896 – M.A. Thesis                                                                                          (0 crs.)
Prerequisite: INGL 6895

Continuation: enrollment up to a maximum of three semesters.

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Loretta Collins

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Dannabang Kuwabong

5

003

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Reinhard Sander

5

 

INGL 8008 – The Art of Derek Walcott                                                                    (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: INGL 6410

Description: The examination of Derek Walcott’s artistic maturation through decades in which they were or have been leading Caribbean poets and playwrights writing in English.

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5:00 – 7:50 PM

Michael Sharp

10

 

INGL 8009 – Language Acquisition and Creoles                                                     (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description: Processes at work in language acquisition and creole language genesis are examined from the perspective of relevant theoretical frameworks.

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CUPO

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5:00 – 7:50 PM

Ann Albuyeh

10

 

INGL 8010 – Caribbean Children’s and Young Adult Literature and Theory            (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description: This course explores the development of the literature addressed to a specific audience (schoolchildren) within the context of nations developing independently both politically and imaginatively, especially Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, Antigua and St. Lucia.

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4:30-7:20 pm

Orange Room

Loretta Collins

10

 

INGL 8080 – Caribbean Literatures and Languages in a Global Context: Caliban and Cognitive Science: Postcolonial linguistics, semantics and semiotics in the Afro-Atlantic  (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description: This umbrella course has different manifestations depending on the professor offering it in a given semester.

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CUPO

3U1

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1:00-3:50 pm

Nicholas Faraclas

10

 

INGL 8201 –  Seminar on Fieldwork on the Languages and Cultures of the Anglophone Afro-Caribbean (Ghana)                                                                                          (3 crs.)
Prerequisite: None.

Description: This course prepares students to do effective linguistic fieldwork, by surveying scholarship on the language and literature of their target group, then going into the field to collect data from native speakers, and finally doing linguistic and cultural analysis of the data.

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CUPO

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Dannabang Kuwabong

10

 

INGL 8099 Research in Caribbean Literature and Linguistics                                (0 cr.)

Study and development of the research methods and sources necessary for the successful writing of a Ph.D. dissertation proposal.

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Loretta Collins

5

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Don Walicek

5

003

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Dannabang Kuwabong

5

004

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Nalini Natarajan

5

005

P/A

P/A

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Reinhard Sander

5

006

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Michael Sharp

5

007

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PA

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Maritza Stanchich

5

008

P/A

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Ann Albuyeh

5

009

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Robert Dupey

5

010

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Nicholas Faraclas

5

011

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Yolanda Rivera

5

012

P/A

P/A

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Alma Simounet

5

 

INGL 8890 – Writing of Doctoral Critical Essays EXAM Ph.D.                                    (0 cr.)
Prerequisite: Completion of coursework

For three semesters only.

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Grad Coordinator

10

 

INGL 8891 – Dissertation I                                                                                         (0 cr.)
Prerequisite: INGL 8890

For one semester only.

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Loretta Collins

5

002

P/A

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Don Walicek

5

003

P/A

P/A

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Dannabang Kuwabong

5

004

P/A

P/A

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Nalini Natarajan

5

005

P/A

P/A

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Reinhard Sander

5

006

P/A

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Michael Sharp

5

007

P/A

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Maritza Stanchich

5

008

P/A

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Ann Albuyeh

5

009

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Robert Dupey

5

010

P/A

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Nicholas Faraclas

5

011

P/A

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Yolanda Rivera

5

012

P/A

P/A

P/A

Alma Simounet

5

 

INGL 8892 – Dissertation II                                                                                        (0 cr.)
Prerequisite: INGL 8891

Continuation in subsequent semesters.

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CUPO

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Loretta Collins

5

002

P/A

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Don Walicek

5

003

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Dannabang Kuwabong

5

004

P/A

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Nalini Natarajan

5

005

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Reinhard Sander

5

006

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Michael Sharp

5

007

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Maritza Stanchich

5

008

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Ann Albuyeh

5

009

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Robert Dupey

5

010

P/A

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Nicholas Faraclas

5

011

P/A

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Yolanda Rivera

5

012

P/A

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Alma Simounet

5

013

P/A

P/A

P/A

Alicia Pousada

5