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1 Literature & Creative Writing Courses Spring 2013 All Courses count as Humanities Electives!

2 Why take a Creative Writing or Literature course? All Creative Writing and Literature courses count as Humanities Electives. Many of our classes also meet requirements for Interpretive Studies and Global Diversity. All Literature courses satisfy the Writing Intensive requirement for graduation. Literature and Creative Writing courses help you strengthen your reading and writing skills which have an impact on all of your college courses. If you are interested in transferring to a four-year college to pursue a major in English, Communications or Education, some Literature or Creative Writing courses are part of standard transfer agreements with local institutions. For more information, make an appointment to see a Transfer Counselor in W2-2. Do it for pleasure and personal enrichment. These classes are a great excuse to read a good book or write one! Do you have questions about any of these courses? The instructors listed in this book would love to talk to you about the course, and their own reading and writing. Some useful information: Wednesday December 5th: Final date for payment match for Spring 2013 Semester. Monday January 14 th : Spring Semester begins. MWF classes run 60 minutes. TR (Tuesday/Thursday) classes run for 85 minutes. MAI=Main Campus; NER=Northeast Campus, WER= West Philadelphia Campus. DIS= Distance (Online Course). TBA= To be announced.

3 CREATIVE WRITING CLASSES ENGL 205 Creative Writing Focuses on student production of original work which may include fiction, poetry, memoir and dramatic writing. Students will do extensive reading, as well as writing and developing the critical vocabulary needed to discuss these genres from a number of activities including different forms of writing inside and outside of the classroom and peer evaluation in the form of writing workshops. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Writing Intensive requirement ENGL DIS (online) David Renshaw ENGL MAI M 6-9:20 Quinn Eli ENGL MAI MWF 9:10-10:10 Alex Bove ENGL MAI TR 12 :45-2 :10 Kelly McQuain ENGL WER R 6:30-9:45 Barry George For the first time, we are offering Creative Writing at the West Philadelphia campus!

4 ENGL 281 Fiction Writing This course will allow students to continue longer fiction projects begun in English 205 or elsewhere. Students will further develop a critical vocabulary for the genre and study contemporary literature from the perspectives of fiction writers rather than readers. They will participate in specialized, intensive workshops and learn skills needed by the professional fiction writer, especially editing and revising. Manuscript placement will also be discussed. Prerequisite: ENGL 205 or permission of the Department Head ENGL MAI M 6:00-9 :20 Simone Zelitch

5 ENGL 282 Scriptwriting This course will focus on scriptwriting and enable students to continue longer projects begun in English 205 or elsewhere. Students will develop a critical vocabulary for scriptwriting and study contemporary dramatic literature from the perspectives of writers rather than readers. They will participate in specialized, intensive workshops and learn skills needed by the professional script writer, especially editing, revising and manuscript placement. Prerequisite: ENGL 205 or permission of the Department Head ENGL MAI TR 9:35-11 :00 Brarailty (Rel) Dowdell

6 English 283 Nonfiction Writing: Memoir and Literary Journalism This course will allow students who have already been introduced to expository writing to concentrate on nonfiction writing projects, research, and workshops with a community of writers. Students will complete a variety of non-fiction writing projects, including memoir and literary journalism, and will engage in research, editing, revision, and textual analysis. Students will develop a critical vocabulary relevant to nonfiction and study models in nonfiction from the perspectives of writers rather than readers. Prerequisites: ENGL 102 or ENGL ENGL 283 NER 101 R 12:30-3:45 Jeffrey Lee Would you like to see Nonfiction Writing offered on Main Campus this summer or next fall, or any other additions to our Creative Writing schedule? Contact Simone Zelitch at so she can inform the Administration that there is demand for the course.

7 ENGL 285 Portfolio Development This course is designed for students enrolled in the certificate program in Creative Writing and is one of the last requirements for completion of the program. Students complete a portfolio of creative works and practice advanced editing and revision skills as well as textual analysis. The class consists of brief lectures, writing workshops and seminars on practical matters of interest to working writers. Individual conferences between students and the instructor may be used to complement group activities;; special projects and activities may take place outside the classroom in an effort to connect the students to resources and writing communities beyond the College. Prerequisites: Enrollment in the Certificate Program in Creative Writing and ENGL 280, ENGL 281, ENGL 282 or ENGL 283. Co-requisite: One additional advanced creative writing course. Fulfills Writing Intensive requirement ENGL MAI R 12 :45-3 :50 Jeffrey Markovitz Would you like to find out more about Creative Writing at the College? Contact Jeff Markovitz, Director of the Certificate Program in Creative Writing at or (215) tell you about the program and also give you information on our activities including: Creative Writing Club Literary magazines Contests, internships with magazines, and other opportunities for writers at the College. Visit the Creative Writing Program homepage at

8 Literature Classes ENGL 208 Introduction to Literature: Prose Close study of selected short stories, novels and plays with emphasis on appreciation and understanding of literary structures and basic forms. Special topics or themes are offered. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, Writing Intensive requirements ENGL MAI W 6-9:05pm Leslye Friedberg ENGL MAI TR 11:10-12:35 Paula White ENGL 209 Introduction to Literature: Poetry Close study of selected poems with emphasis on appreciation and understanding of their structural, technical and aesthetic qualities. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies and Wri ting Intensive requirements ENGL DIS Kathleen Murphey ENGL NERC T 9:00-12:15 Douglas Swauger

9 ENGL 212 Survey of British Literature: From 1750 to the Modern Era Study of the major works and authors in British history. Emphasis on developing themes, style and structures. Highly recommended for future English majors. Recommended for students of history and the arts. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, American/Global Diversity and Writing Intensive requirements ENGL 212 MAI MWF 11:30-12:30 Joseph Kenyon

10 ENGL 221 Survey of American Literature: From the Beginnings to the Civil War Survey of American literature from its beginnings to the Civil War. Employing cultural criticism, close reading and other approaches to literary analysis, the course is multicultural in focus. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, American/Global Diversity and Writing Intensive requirements ENGL DIS Anne Tinkcombe ENGL 222 Survey of American Literature: From the Civil War to the Present Survey of American literature from the Civil War to the present. Employing cultural criticism, close reading and other approaches to literary analysis, the course is multicultural in focus. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, American/Global Diversity and Writing Intensives requirements ENGL MAI MWF 9 :10-10 :10 Mary Griffin

11 ENGL 232 Introduction to Literature: Drama Analysis of significant American and foreign plays with emphasis on an understanding and appreciation of both theatrical and literary techniques. Prerequisite: ENGL ENGL MWF 10:20-11:20 Ardencie Hall- Karambe ENGL 241 Introduction to Shakespeare This course will introduce students to some of the major works by William Shakespeare. Students will read, view, discuss and analyze plays in a variety of genres including comedies, histories and tragedies. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, American/Global Diversity and Writing Intensive requirements ENGL DIS Dianna Russell

12 ENGL 250 African-American Literature I This course is an introduction to African-American literature from its vernacular tradition to the Harlem Renaissance. Close study of major African-American authors and literary movements. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, American/Global Diversity and Writing Intensive requirements ENGL DIS Amy Anu-Birge ENGL 251 African-American Literature II An introduction to African-American literature from the Harlem Renaissance to the present. Close study of major African- American authors and literary movements. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, American/Global Diversity and Writing Intensive requirements ENGL MAI TR 5:30-6:55 Debonair Oates- Primus

13 ENGL 260 Women in Literature This course examines literature written by women in various genres, which may include short stories, novels, essays, poetry and drama. Through discussion and writing activities, students analyze literature by women from different cultures and periods in nature, family and society. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies, American/Global Diversity and Writing Intensive requirements ENGL MWF 12:40-1:40 Grace Flisser

14 ENGL 272 Topics in Film Study This course conducts a thorough examination either of work by a single director or of a particular film genre. It includes the study of technique (uses of light, sound, color and editing), as well as images, themes, motifs, plot, character, dramatic situations or conflicts, and the application of acting talent. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Fulfills Interpretive Studies and Writing Intensive requirements. For Spring 2013, the special topic is Food in Film. Students will discuss, analyze and write about examples of how cooking, eating and the visual presentation of food are used to advance character development, plot, and definitions of community in films ENGL MAI T 12:45-3:45 Frank Hoffman

15 Coming in Fall 2013 English Degree! This degree is designed to transfer to most local colleges and all state colleges as the first two years of an English Major. The Degree includes a new course, English 190 Introduction to Literature which can be taken at the same time as English 101! The English Degree fully articulates with the Certificate Program in Creative Writing!

16 Would you like to know more about Literature and Creative Writing at Community College of Philadelphia? For a FULL listing of our Literature and Creative Writing course offerings, go to the College Catalog at and click on English We are in the process of planning courses and schedules for the next academic year, and would love input from students! Do you have a question about a particular class? Is there a scheduling conflict you would like to see resolved? Is there a course you would like to see offered more frequently? Please send your questions and suggestions to Simone Zelitch, Assistant Department Head, Literature and Creative Writing. Phone: (215) Office: B1-9J. Watch for the launch of our English Degree in Fall 2013!

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