ENL 388: Literary Methods

Prerequisite: ENL 102, ENL 258; ENL 259 preferred

Topics-based research and writing methods course for literary studies. The course develops students' skills in literary analysis, argument, and research-based writing. Topics are used to introduce students to evaluative and critical reading and writing practices in literary studies, with a primary focus on developing research and writing skills, from proposing and revising fruitful research questions and topics, to exploring different lines of inquiry, to conducting various types of literary research, to understanding and critiquing secondary and primary sources, and ultimately to dev eloping individual research-based literary analyses. A key focus is on writing, revision, and original inquiry. ENL 388 counts for US 1C and is required of all literature majors.

2023 Spring
12523 01B Seminar 15 3.00
Days Start End Location
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2:00 PM EDT 3:15 PM EDT Liberal Arts 108
Instructor: Shari Evans Class status:
Prerequisite: ENL 102, ENL 258; ENL 259 preferred
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: Blended