2022-23 Literature Program

2022-23 Literature Program (PDF)

Note: Small changes in next year's program may still occur.

Click on the title of any course to see its description.
For a full description of all the literature courses offered by the department, click here.
 

First-Year Courses

Dr. Karin Berkman/ Dr. Taylor Johnston-Levy
Sem I Mon-Wed 10:00-12:00
 
Dr. Karin Berkman/ Dr. Yaeli Greenblatt
Sem II Mon-Wed 10:00-12:00
 
Dr. Yael Shapira
Sem II Mon-Wed 12:00-2:00
 
Prof. William Kolbrener
Sem I Mon-Wed 2:00-4:00
 
Dr. Daniel Feldman
Sem I Mon-Wed 12:00-2:00
 

Second- and Third-Year Survey Courses

Prof. William Kolbrener
Sem I Mon-Wed 4:00-6:00
 
Dr. Carra Glatt
Sem I Mon-Wed 10:00-12:00
 
Dr. Daniel Feldman
Sem II - Online course
 
Dr. Esther Schupak
Sem II Mon-Wed 10:00-12:00
 
 
 

Electives - 6xx level (second- and third-year BA students)

Prof. Ilana Blumberg
Sem I Mon/Wed 12:00-2:00
 
Dr. Esther Schupak
 
Dr. Karin Berkman
Sem I Mon/Wed 2:00-4:00
 
Dr. Noam Schiff
Sem II Mon/Wed 4:00-6:00
 
Dr. Lisa Maurice
Sem I + II Sun 12:00-2:00
(offered by the Classics Department, in English; can be taken by English literature students as one of their electives)
 
 

4xx-Level seminars (third-year BA students)

Prof. Evan Fallenberg
Sem I + II Tue 4:00-6:00
 
Dr. Yael Shapira
Sem II Mon/Wed 2:00-4:00
 
Dr. Chen Bar-Itzhak
Sem I + II Tue 12:00-2:00
(offered by the Department of Comparative Literature, in English; can be taken by English literature students as an undergraduate seminar)
 
 
 

7xx-Level Seminars (third-year BA students, MA students)

Dr. Daniel Feldman
Sem I Mon 4:00-8:00
 
Sem I Wed 8:00-12:00
 
Prof. Marcela Sulak
Sem II Wed 8:00-12:00
 
Dr. Taylor Johnston-Levy
Sem II Wed 4:00-8:00
 
Dr. Yaakov Mascetti
Sem I +II Tue 2:00-4:00
 
(offered by the Department of Comparative Literature, in English; can be taken by English literature students as an undergraduate or graduate seminar)
 

 

MA Seminars (Graduate students only)

Note: BA students who wish to take a graduate seminar need permission from the instructor to register.

Note: Required for all graduate students in literature, including Literary Translation students and Ph,D. students; MA students in Creative Writing welcome.  
Dr. Carra Glatt
Sem II Wed 12:00-4:00
 
8006 The Metafictional Novel
Dr. Carra Glatt
Sem II Mon 4:00-8:00
 
8715 Jane Austen
Dr. Yael Shapira

Sem I Wed 12:00-4:00

Note: Required for all graduate students in literature; MA students in Creative Writing welcome.  
Prof. Ilana Blumberg
Sem I Wed 4:00-8:00
 
 
 

Creative Writing and Translation Workshops

(Note: These workshops are intended for CW students only. Literature students interested in taking a creative writing workshop may apply to the instructor, who will consider their request based on availability and qualifications.)
 
Prof. Marcela Sulak
Sem I Tue 10:00-2:00
 
Prof. Marcela Sulak
Sem II Tue 10:00-2:00
 
Prof. William Kolbrener
Sem II Tues 10:00-2:00
 
Ms. Ayelet Tsabari
Sem I Tue 10:00-2:00
 
Prof. Evan Fallenberg
Sem I + II Tue 2:00-4:00