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Courses

Students enroll in two of the four courses, for a total of six credits hours. 

English 0826 | Creative Acts (3 credits) 
For Temple students, English 0826 is a GenEd Arts (GA) course.

English 0834 | Representing Race (3 credits) 
For Temple students, English 0834 is a GenEd Race and Diversity (GD) course.

English 2501 | Introduction to British Writing (3 credits)

English 2112 | Children's Literature and Folklore OR English 3020 | Special Topics II: 20th Century British Children’s Literature from Alice in Wonderland to Harry Potter (3 credits)

If you have any questions about the academic program, or would like to request syllabi for courses, please contact our Program Manager.

English
Course Title Course Number Semester(s) Scheduled Description Notes
Creative Acts 0826 Summer 2022 This course focuses on the art of writing, finding one's voice, and writing for different genres. In a small classroom setting, you will work with... read more »

Representing Race 0834 From classical Greeks and Romans, who saw themselves under siege by the "barbarian hordes," to contemporary America and its war on "Islamic extremism... read more »

Children's Literature and Folklore 2112 A study of the literature - the folk, fairy, court, and religious tales, the poetry and drama - either adapted to or written for children. How this... read more »

Introduction to British Writing 2501 This course studies selected British texts over a period of 150 years or more, in their historical context. It considers how history can shape... read more »

Special Topics II: 20th Century British Children’s Literature from Alice in Wonderland to Harry Potter 3020 Advanced study in a specific area, usually concentrating on post-1900 works. Repeatability: This course may be repeated for additional credit. What... read more »