Graduate English Association

Promoting a community of academic growth among English graduate students. This group supports individual and group creative and scholarly pursuits, both inside and outside the classroom.

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Graduate School Forms

Forms for international students, certification, registration and requests for travel and other activities.

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Independent study

The link here will open a pdf form to apply for a Graduate/Independent Study opportunity.

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Graduation Information for graduate students

Find out details of applying to graduate, along with a checklist and dates and deadlines.

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Travel

The following are the two forms graduate students should look over if they are looking to be reimbursed for travel.


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Graduate Course Descriptions

Summer I 2015

 

509-001
Topics in Literature:  Renaissance Drama
Dr. Walker
MTWR 10:15-12:20
MO 207
Shakespeare’s contemporaries wrote many great plays, and this course will consider several of them. In other words, our focus will be on 16th- and 17th-century English drama exclusive of Shakespeare. We will explore Christopher Marlowe’s portrayal of a man who sells his soul to the devil (Doctor Faustus), Ben Jonson’s boisterous account of low life at a fair (Bartholomew Fair), John Webster’s ground-breaking female tragic heroes (The Duchess of Malfi and The White Devil), Thomas Middleton’s satire on sex and money (A Chaste Maid in Cheapside), and several other dramas remarkable for their diversity of theme and character development. Informal responses, oral presentation, annotated bibliography of eight items, and critical/research paper of 5000 words.  Text: English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology. Ed. David Bevington.


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