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Submissions from 2019

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101-01-03 English Composition, Pamela Tyahur

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101-04 English Composition, Bethany Lam

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101-05-11 English Composition, Rita Rozzi

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101-06 English Composition, Bethany Lam

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101-07 English Composition, Bethany Lam

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101-08 English Composition, H.Z. Murphy

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101-09 English Composition, Rebecca Todd

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101-12 English Composition, Rita Rozzi

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101-16 Freshman Composition, Sheena Steckl

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101-19 College Composition, Eliana Rantz

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101-20 College Composition, Eliana Rantz

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101-23 English Composition, Franklin Ridgwway

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101-24 Freshman Composition, Sheena Steckl

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101-26 English Composition, Betsy Woods

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101-27 English Composition, Franklin Ridgwway

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101-28 English Composition, Christopher Collins

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101 Composition, Raymond Engle

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101 Composition, Megan Nieto

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101 English Composition, Leah Hamilton

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115 Rhetoric, Jacqueline Lyon

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124-02 Studies in Fiction: Fiction and Function, Bethany Lam

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124-05 Studies in Fiction, Christine Ochs-Naderer

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124 Studies in Fiction: Confroting Reality in Reading Speculative and Slipstream Fiction, Megan Nieto

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205-02-05 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Gender and Violence, Carol Winkelmann

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205-04-06 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Focus on - Life Changing Journeys, Alison Russell

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205-07 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Resisting, Reshaping and Retelling, Rebecca Todd

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205-09H-12H Literature and the Moral Imagination: Literary Detectives, Graley Herren

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205-11 Literature and the Moral Imagination, Rita Rozzi

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205-13 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Global Citizenship: What Can We Learn…, Candace Grissom

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205-14 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Alternative America - Althistory in Fiction, Sheena Steckl

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205-15-17 Literatrue and the Moral Imagination: The Uncanny, The Eerie and the Weird, Norman Finkelstein

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205-16 Literature and the Moral Imagination: The Carceral Prism, Tyrone Williams

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205-18 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Focus on Mental Illness, Don Prues

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205-20 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Alternative America - Althistory in Fiction, Sheena Steckl

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205-24-25 Literature and the Moral Imagination, David Reid

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205 Literature and the Moral Imagination: Identity, Place and the Imagination, Anne McCarty

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205 Literature and the Moral Imagination: The Immigrant's Perspective, Jerry Cline-Bailey

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210 Methods Workshop, Kristen Renzi

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221 Poetry, Kristen Renzi

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302-01 512-01 Modern Literary Theory / Graduate Literary Theory, Tyrone Williams

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309 Creative Writing: Poetry, Anne McCarty

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315 Composition Tutoring, Alison Russell

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321 History of the English Language, Jerry Cline-Bailey

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364 Jane Austen: Then and Now, Jodi Wyett

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370-01 Writings by Sexual Minorities, Steven Yandell

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425 Shakespeare…at the Performance, Niamh O'Leary

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468-01 Transatlantic Literature: Writing the Livable World, Kristen Renzi

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499-01 Senior Seminar: Modern American Poetry: Competing Modernisms, Norman Finkelstein

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CORE 100-06-08 First Year Seminar: Pride and Prejudice: Then and Now, Jodi Wyett

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CORE 100-09-10 First Year Seminar: Rereading Frankenstein, David Reid

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CORE 100-13 First Year Seminar: The Borderlands of Being Human, Don Prues

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CORE 100-27 Rowling, Lucas, and Disney: Passion as Career, Steven Yandell

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CORE 100-36 First Year Seminar: Villains and Antiheroes, Niamh O'Leary

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CORE 100 Bob Dylan, Graley Herren

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CORE 100 First Year Seminar, Jacqueline Lyon

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CORE 100 The Anthropocene, Lisa Ottum