[ENGL 310] Literature as Process: Composing in Forms
These advanced seminars examine specialized literary forms, studying texts that define the history and development of literary genres and/or questions: historical fiction, the long poem, sequential fiction, travel writing, etc. Students are expected to produce original creative works within each category included in the course. Recommended for creative-writing majors or literary-studies majors with interests in particular types of genre writing. Topics course. May be repeated for credit if content changes.
Literature as Process: Composing in Forms
Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements
Prerequisite: junior standing, and English 190 or Comparative Literature 190, and English 195 or 196; or consent of instructor.
Offered every other semester.