Why are we so obsessed with Jane Austen? 002 - New Media Sports Writing - Our focus as we make our way across the centuries will be on how these stories open up questions about gender. Partial differential equations that govern physical phenomena in science and engineering. TR 1230-145 (New Cabell 232) Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations (1), The focus will be on solving systems of ordinary differential equations using basic linear algebra. Requirements will include participation, team-teaching exercises, a short paper, a longer paper, and a final exam. Beginners welcome! MWF 900-950 (Bryan 312), 032 - Writing about Culture/Society - The syllabus will include brief philosophical and critical readings on utopia, science, satire, feminism, race, capitalism, and modernity. Finally, we will explore selected poetry, drama, and storytelling in American Sign Language (in translation) by deaf performers. TBD. TR 930-1045 (Shannon 108) In both reading and writing we’ll pay special attention to shape and structure in stories and imaginative essays. MWF 100-150 (New Cabell 068), 045 - Topic TBD - TR 500-615 (New Cabell 064), 006 - Topic TBD - Please note, this is not a complete listing of health-related courses or pre-requisite requirements for health professional schools. We’ll consider the geopolitics not only of Harlem as a “Mecca of the New Negro” but also of Chicago, D.C., Richmond, and Lynchburg as instances of places contributing to the idea of the New Negro Renaissance. Texts will (mostly) be drawn from the following list: Americanah, Chimamanda AdichieAgency or The Peripheral, William GibsonSuper Sad True Love Story, Gary ShteyngartBlack Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, Ta-Nehisi Coates One could claim with some justification that the most inventive and important contemporary fiction in English comes from places other than Great Britain and the United States. Rebecca Rush In this course, we will explore a wide range of examples in the Bildungsroman genre. Cross-listed as MAE 6410. Marvel’s Black Panther Shopping Cart For Fall 2021 Enrollment Opens to Students. Lindgren Johnson, 033 - Topic TBD - MWF 300-350 (Bryan 334), 061 - Writing about Science & Tech - Citizen Science TR 200-315 (Bryan 328) Along the way, we’ll take adaptation seriously as a mode of cultural critique. Remember the poem you wrote in biology lab composed of phrases from the lecture? Like ENWR 1510, ENWR 1505-06 approaches writing as a way of generating, representing, and reflecting on critical inquiry. Undergraduate courses will still begin Aug. 25, but all courses will begin online. Introduces students to basic concepts of probability, such as random variables, probability distribution functions, and the central limit theorem. Jim Seitz. In this class, we’ll ask how and why this novel seeped into the zeitgeist and never left, changing the face of global literature and bookish culture. Steve Cushman Instructor permission required. Prerequisite: APMA 2120 or equivalent. Develops proficiency in a range of stylistic and persuasive effects. MWF 1200-1250 (New Cabell 056), 072 - Topic TBD - Emphasizes the formulation of a variety of nonlinear models. We’ll read work from creativity experts, neurologists and cognitive scientists, psychologists, mental health practitioners, computer scientists, and professional writers and editors, all in trying to understand the relationship between literacy and our minds. 870 AD (Iceland settled by persons who originated in Norway) through ca. Students cannot receive credit for both this course and APMA 3110. Course requirements: attentive engagement with lectures; regular attendance at/lively participation in discussion sections; a series of short written responses to our readings; midterm examination; comprehensive final examination. Formal record of student commitment to project research under the guidance of a faculty advisor. To be sure, we will be reading Austen meticulously, our other authors closely but more quickly. We will work to appreciate the primary achievements and vociferous debates in contemporary poetry. We will immerse ourselves in this vast treasure trove with an archival project in which you will become an expert on a gothic novel, and contribute your findings to a digital companion to the archive. We’ll compare genres and media throughout the term in order to address these questions, and in addition to writing about what they read and view, students will have opportunities to try their own hand at writing about sports they play or watch. If the old saying is true and everyone actually make mistakes, then why are apologies so hard to write and why are some apologies more easily dismissed than others? 068 - Writing about Culture/Society - Music, Writing, Identity. Jemisin and Neil Gaiman alongside medieval romance, 18th century fairytales, Gothic horror, and magic realism. We’ll read specimens that fall at different points along the spectrum from truthful to imaginative writing, and we’ll spend much time talking about the interesting differences and blurs among them. Considering US legal discourse, fiction, essays, films and Marlboro ads, we will address questions of gender, race, class and national belonging, asking why the frontier has historically been imagined as a white and masculine space, and how fantasies of the frontier endure into the present moment. Our primary texts will cross genres as well as centuries as we explore romance, realism, modernism, post-modernism, and documentary. Introduces techniques used in obtaining numerical solutions, emphasizing error estimation. Student-led special topic courses which vary by semester. MWF 1000-1050 (New Cabell 036), 014 - Topic TBD - Anastatia Curley, 064 - Topic TBD - Marlon Ross Application areas include sets (finite and infinite, such as sets of strings over a finite alphabet), elementary combinatorial problems, and finite state automata. Projects include a team-translation, a narrative interview, a video teaching demonstration, and an expository lecture. What elements are borrowed from other forms? The class satisfies the second writing requirement, and it is appropriate for students considering declaring a major (or minor) in English, as well as for smart and motivated non-majors looking to sharpen already solid writing skills. Our seminar will enable each member to increase fluency with these critical teaching skills. This course will study the rhetorical and literary strategies that characterize American conspiracy-driven propaganda of the 20th and 21st century. Prerequisite: APMA 2120 or equivalent. We’ll spend time working through why anxiety—and a kind of obsession with anxiety (as a mood)—seems to haunt American writing, as well has how that anxiety manifests both formally and thematically. This course will investigate the relationship between contemporary literature and internet culture. What is it about podcasts that makes people want to “binge listen”? Develops tools and mechanisms for reasoning about discrete problems. They will also write several short essays, at least one of which will be workshopped and revised. Review of relevant concepts from linear algebra, vector calculus, and Cartesian tensors; kinematics of finite deformations and motions; finite strain measures; linearization; concept of stress; conservation laws of mechanics and equations of motion and equilibrium; constitutive theory; constitutive laws for nonlinear elasticity; generalized Hooke's law for a linearly elastic solid; constitutive laws for Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids; basic problems of continuum mechanics as boundary-value problems for partial differential equations. UVA is asking students to confirm by July 1 if they plan to live in University housing. A seminar limited to 20 participants. These can be 19th-, 20th-, or 21st-century poets. MWF 900-950 (Bryan 332), 054 - Writing about Culture/Society - Yet as literacy itself evolves, we still lack satisfactory data on how writing (and its counterpart, reading) affects our neurology and cognition--and therefore, how literacy affects who we are as humans. This listing is a snapshot-in-time and will be updated periodically. Victor Luftig. But why? Charity Fowler, 010 - Writing about Culture/Society - Why do we like what we like? A service learning component, in partnership with Madison House, will require students to volunteer in the C-ville Community. By approaching American literature through the genre of poetry we get to start in a refreshing way. Cory Shaman, 011 - Topic TBD - MWF 1000-1050 (Bryan 310) Poets studied might include Robert Frost, Edna St. Vincent Millay, A. E. Housman, Thomas Hardy, Christina Rossetti, John Keats, George Herbert, and Phillip Sidney. The results are applicable to rubber-like and biological materials and the theory serves as a prototype for more elaborate nonlinear theories of mechanics of continuous media. The Fall 2020 Committee membership includes: Creative responses to weekly reading assignments encourage students to focus on the most basic building block of the short story: scene making. This course is designed for English majors as well as students who may one day enter a medical field—and should appeal to all students who love short stories. Patricia Sullivan, 075 - Topic TBD - Assignments include a midterm paper, a final research paper, and short writing exercises, including summaries of criticism and a creative adaptation. This course examines how the Jim Crow regime was established in New England during the early republic, how it was nationalized after the Civil War, and how it has been perpetuated into the present, despite the passage of 1960s Civil Rights legislation. Surely. I recognize that seminar members may come to this course with different levels of knowledge about and comfort with literary theory and culturally responsive pedagogy. Topics include the numerical solution of elliptic equations by finite element methods; solution of time dependent problems by finite element and finite difference methods; and stability and convergence results for the methods presented. Describes the theory of finite (nonlinear) elasticity governing large deformations of highly deformable elastic solids. Reading assignments will include 1-4 extended “read-in” activities; writing assignments will include a combination of creative, reflective, and research-based projects. document.write("Department of English"); Area Program in Literary Prose Writing (APLP), Concentration in Teaching Literature and Writing, Concentration in World Religions, World Literatures, Placement Information and Help for Job Seekers. MWF 1100-1150 (Bryan 332), 012 - Writing about Culture/Society - Solving Local Problems We will then turn to more contemporary reactions to the gothic, investigating how twentieth- and twenty-first-century forms respond to the gothic genre. Prerequisites: APMA 2120 and 2130 or equivalents. Our seminar is called the “Counterpoint Seminar” because it attempts to weave into harmony two disparate fields of study: literary studies and pedagogy. We will discuss classic stories as well as the work of recent writers. No experience with digital audio editing is necessary. How do we recognize a text as a work of fantasy literature when we read it? As well as reading some stellar verse, we will think about how the terms “American” and “poetry” train us to approach textual objects in certain ways. The course is designed for students who want to hone their writing skills, as well as for students preparing for careers in which they will write documents for public circulation. TR 330-445 (Bryan 310) MWF 1200-1250 (Bryan 328) Literature has long been a site for imagining our relationship to the non-human world, and we’ll consider how a range of literary texts posit this relationship in myriad forms—from extraction to ecology, imperialism to the Anthropocene. How might the genre of horror change if we embraced rather than eschewed “animality”? In short, we will study how the greatest author of the Renaissance reacted to and recreated the greatest power in the ancient world. In 1620, Francis Bacon asserted that all human knowledge needed to be rebuilt from the foundation upward. Or ideally we do. Instructor Permission is required for registration. Authors may include Anita Loos, Dorothy L. Sayers, Jessie Redmon Fauset, Stella Gibbons, and Vita Sackville-West. Our texts will be from Contemporary Poetry, volume 2 of The Norton Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, third edition, as supplemented by recently published poems. An accelerated speaking and writing course for Echols Scholars on the premed or science track. This project-based course explores podcasting as a dynamic form of 21st century storytelling. Political propaganda often seeks to persuade through conspiracy theories that create suspicion and fear. A calculus-based introduction to probability theory and its applications in engineering and applied science. Formal record of student commitment to project research for Master of Applied Mathematics degree under the guidance of a faculty advisor. See APMA 7548 for possible topics. When Jane Austen published Pride and Prejudice in 1813, the novel did not even bear her name as its author. This course uses a Case-Study approach to teach statistical techniques with R. Basic statistical techniques include confidence intervals, hypotheses tests, regression, and anova. MW 630-745 (New Cabell 036), 087 - Topic TBD - Class participation, two papers, a final, and short biweekly writings are required. Prerequisite: Three years of college mathematics or instructor permission. But mostly, we’re going to have fun making cool stuff. Advanced undergrads, MAs, MFAs, PhDs all welcome. Plays were so prominent in Ireland’s resistance to colonial rule that WB Yeats could ask, reasonably, whether a play of his had started the 1916 uprising; throughout the twentieth century, versions of that resistance were central to Irish films. This course fulfills the graduate Theory requirement. In addition, the course includes a film, Derek Cianfrance's Blue Valentine, and a video, Marlon Rigg's Tongues Untied. Content varies annually; topics may include wave propagation theory, shell theory, control theory, or advanced numerical analysis. Prerequisite: Familiarity with complex analysis. While devoting much of our attention to some of the most influential poetry from the second half of the twentieth century, we will also bring ourselves up to date by examining some of the best poems published in recent years. Kate Kostelnik. You could be a butterfly chemist. Requirements: Very active reading and participation, joint leading of one class, frequent short essays, and a longer final essay. You participated in workshop. VIAF; Wikipedia); medical and genealogical uses and abuses; voluntary and involuntary sharing of personal information. We will also consider the rise of “fake news”—and, since this class will coincide with the 2020 presidential election, its role in that and previous elections. This class is designed for English and non-English majors. All are welcome, critical and creative. Marcus Meade, 009 - Writing about Identities - Literacy Narratives Patricia Sullivan, 004 - Writing about Culture/Society - Place & Belonging Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Cross-listed as MAE 6370. Looking for courses related to your interest in law for the Fall 2020 semester? We’ll see how the right combination of diction, syntax, and enjambment can suspend a moment over multiple pages, while others transport us light years in a single line. Twitter fiction by Teju Cole, Jennifer Egan, David MitchellMilk and Honey, Rupi KaurCitizen, Claudia Rankine, TR 800-915 (Astronomy Building 265) This sequence allows students to take more time, in smaller sections and with support from the Writing Center, practicing and reinforcing the activities that are central to the first-year writing course. TR 930-1045 (New Cabell 036), 059 - Topic TBD - The bleak worlds that dystopias imagine starkly suggest that they do not. In the Middle Ages it was “Faerie,” the land of fairies. We will spend the first half of the semester reading verse and prose by Whitman and Dickinson. Cross-listed with GETR 3710. They can love Whitman or Dickinson, hate Whitman or Dickinson, or show some kind of influence or resistance less charged. Prerequisite: MAE 6310 or instructor permission. UVa Class Schedules (Unofficial, Lou's List v2.10) New Features. University of Virginia Course Catalog - Complete Catalog of Courses at the University of Virginia (Unofficial, Lou's List) Prerequisite: APMA 1110 and CS 1110, or equivalent. Last Day to Withdraw from a Class (done in SIS; paper forms due to 101 Monroe Hall BEFORE 5 PM) TBD. Focusing primarily on novels published in the U.S. from the Antebellum through Progressive Eras, we'll consider how literature addressed slavery, segregation, urban poverty, Native American land rights, the rights of workers, women's rights, and immigration. For the most current spring 2021 class information, follow the class search options described below. Cristina Griffin. Kiera Allison. In addition, we’ll read archival and scholarly non-fiction. Jo Adams. We will begin the term by focusing on some of the eighteenth-century texts that established and popularized the gothic conventions that novelists, filmmakers, and television writers still use today. Rebecca Rush. TR 1100-1215 (Shannon 111) Academic calendar for Fall 2019, Spring 2020.Academic Year 2019-2020, 2020-2021, 2021-2022. Covers the fundamental concepts necessary for success in engineering courses and Applied Mathemtics courses. Cross-listed with AMST 3880. In this course we will explore a wide array of subjects and literary styles that relate to our theme including essays on ecology by Thoreau, Robert Bringhurst and others, short stories by Gerald Vizenor, Jorge Luis Borges, Kafka and Tadeusz Borowski, the novel Highrise by JG Ballard, Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilych, and 1 play by Shakespeare: King Lear. This course explores the 1920s Jazz Age, or New Negro movement, from a multimedia perspective of the Harlem Renaissance in literature, journalism, painting, sculpture, dance, music, photography, film, and politics. There will be two papers (around 6pp. Thus: Kafka: Cervantes, Kafka: Bible, Kafka: Aesop, Kafka: Dostoevsky, Kafka: Melville; Kafka: O'Connor, Kafka: Singer; Kafka: Calvino, Kafka: Borges. The class will involve discussion of student poems and of assigned reading, with particular attention to issues of craft. MW 1100-1215 (Bryan 233) In the first part of the term, you’ll work on a series of exercises designed to tap lesser-known parts of your mind and help you further hone prose techniques—playing scales of syntax, for instance, or deploying a range of narrative speeds—before composing longer pieces. Cross-listed with ASL 3400. If we bring about the end of binary gender, do we bring about the end of the world? MW 500-615 (New Cabell 064), 090 - Writing as Multilingual Writers Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing. Of prevailing concern will be contemporary uses and reworkings of Austen: her screen adaptations, her commodification, and the many parodic uses to which her fictions have been put, online and off. What about Hemingway, the iconic figure of white masculinity, who grounded so much of his persona in violence against animals yet often contradicted his own persona in his writing? Be prepared for the shock of the old—and for its pleasures—as we explore examples of epic and romance, lyric poetry and drama, prose fiction and satire in a course whose range stretches from the Anglo-Saxon heroic poem Beowulf to some variously revolutionary 17th and 18th century works of the imagination. We will tackle these poets in reverse chronological order, beginning with those who are closest to us in their language and thinking and moving on to more distant and challenging poets. Schedule of Classes for Politics - Fall 2020. When William Carlos Williams defined a poem as “a small (or large) machine made of words,” he forgot to add: it’s a time machine. Analyzes the systems of linear equations; vector spaces; linear dependence; bases; dimension; linear mappings; matrices; determinants; quadratic forms; eigenvalues; eigenvectors; orthogonal reduction to diagonal form; inner product spaces; numerical methods; geometric applications. Bryan Hall 219 Do conditions of modern living such as of surveillance, conformity, comfort, militarism, mechanization, mobility, reproductive facity, incarceration, medicalization, and scientificity lead to better futures? You composed a Midterm Portfolio. MW 330-445 (Bryan 330) We will work our way through the 19th and 20th centuries and end in the present with a study of Natasha Trethewey’s collection Thrall and a look at Childish Gambino’s “This is America.” No prior experience with poetics is expected. Dystopias, in other words, offer apocalyptic visions; they summon an aesthetic of disease, speculation, pessimism, horror, and dysfunction to caution against modern developments that are generally seen as benevolent. Kiki Petrosino Anna Brickhouse. News: Updates to our Fall 2020 Plan; Updates to our Fall 2020 Plan . And more recently, UVA announced new policies in response to financial losses from the crisis, including hiring and salary freezes, expense reductions and 10% salary reductions for UVA’s executive leadership team. How do gendered portrayals of the gothic change over time or embody different political and cultural crises? In addition to reading and writing about music, students in this class will learn to write with music. TR 330-445 (New Cabell 594) Prerequisite: Linear Algebra, Vector Calculus, Elementary PDE (may be taken concurrently). We’ll start with Freud, particularly considering his ideas about dreams, therapy, and authority. Christopher Krentz TR 930-1045 (Bryan 332) Writing assignments will range from short, informal pieces to a formal research paper, and possibly include a multimodal writing project such as a podcast. Prerequisite: APMA 2120 or equivalent. The figures we’ll be studying are fascinating in themselves, and taken together form an excellent introduction to theory. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: Sample of student work (4-5 poems) to be submitted IN A SINGLE DOCUMENT (either electronically in Word, or a hard paper copy) to Professor Nystrom’s email address at [email protected] or to her English Dept. Ongoing inquiry into the status of mastery overall and of what it means to be a “master” thinker? Requirements include a short midterm paper (5-7 pages) and a longer final paper (10-12 pages). Prerequisite: Two years of college mathematics, including some linear algebra, and the ability to write computer programs. You will also read a good deal of fiction, ideally becoming a more insightful consumer of stories and other narratives, and more aware of the various strategies and craft techniques authors use to create, as best they can, a piece of art—that is, a literary object that helps us understand what it is to be human—and also science fiction, an object that explores the tensions of our present time and our possible futures. Eliot and Marianne Moore to today’s postmodern mixologists sampling cannily chosen source texts, poetic collage has always been as much about play as it has resistance, as much about exploring radical possibilities as about discontent with the status quo. each), a midterm and final. Linear Algebra for General Vector Spaces (1). It is shaped by custom, law, and narrative, and it is central to the formation of private and public life alike. Summary Information Download Data Weekly Student Credit-Hours. There will be a couple of quizzes, and a paper at the end offering informed appreciation of your favorite writer from the course. Are there ethical and other costs for this mass of accessible records about what used to be considered private? Students explore recent research in writing studies. In what ways do our identities (race, gender, class, ethnicity, sexuality, etc.) Major authors will include Chesnutt, Faulkner, Caldwell, Porter, Wright, Welty, Hurston, Percy, and O'Connor. TR 1100-1215 (Bryan 334) Non-Topical Research, Master's Thesis (1 - 12). The course will explore how a text is inevitably affected by the material conditions of its production and how an understanding of the physical processes by which it was formed can aid historical research in a variety of disciplines, not only those that treat verbal texts but also those that deal with printed music and works of visual art. We will ask how recent poets have responded to literary modernism, other art forms, other discourses, changing gender relations, the environment, and social and political movements. 008 - Science & Medical Communications - (This section is reserved for Echols Scholars) Claire Chantell, 002 - Writing about Culture/Society - In this course we will examine science fiction as a genre, thinking about the way the genre's history is constructed and fought over, as well as its uses in examining hot-button issues of today by projecting them into the future. Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics (3). An introduction to the major, the course aims at formal analyses of Austen’s novels, queries the concept of fiction, and presents the rudiments of literary theory. TR 1230-145 (New Cabell 338) An “Otherworld” is an alternative world parallel to ours. 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