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Eng 790: The Modernist Colloquium


A faculty-graduate student colloquium focusing on aspects of Modernism; the range of literature and thought from the romantic period in Europe and the United States to the present. Students admitted by permission of instructor based upon presentation of an acceptable prospectus and evidence of experience and knowledge in the field.

If content varies may be repeated for credit.

Z grade

3 Credits


  • Restricted to English or Southern Studies or M.F.A. creative writing majors.

Instruction Type(s)

  • Seminar: Seminar for Eng 790
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