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British Literature I$179

"Faeder ure bu be eart on heofonnum ." Look Familiar? This is how an English person would've said the Lord's Prayer a thousand years ago. In NFUND 2092, you'll see how the English language and literature developed between 1000 and 1800 AD. We'll read Beowulf, Chaucer, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Julian of Norwich and other medieval English spiritual writers, Shakespeare, and John Donne (among others). Come hang out with Vikings and men in tights. For more information contact me at wdnetherton@actx.edu.

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
183242 NFUND-2092-1002 William Netherton 5
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Oct 28 - Dec 10 MTWR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Amarillo College Washington Street Campus ORDW - 106
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Creative Writing Online$179

This Creative Writing class will offer students the opportunity to become more skilled and confident creative writers. We will learn about specific techniques and strategies that writers can use to achieve particular and powerful effects. Students will write drafts and then final copies of a poem and a short story while receiving peer and instructor feedback. Students will also be provided with a variety of online examples of poems and stories for models and inspiration. For more information, email Professor Margie Netherton at margaret.netherton@actx.edu.

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
183241 NFUND-2092-1001 Margaret Netherton 5
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Oct 28 - Dec 20 MTWRFSU 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Amarillo College Washington Street Campus WEB - SECT
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Non Western Literature$179

Want to learn about other places, other cultures? Want to take off your Western glasses and put on Eastern ones? Then, take a whirlwind tour through India, China, Japan, and the Middle East next semester. We'll look at how the literature of each reveals how they see the world. Primary works? The Bhagavad-Gita, "Two Kinds," and A Thousand Splendid Suns. Contact info: mldodson@actx.edu

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
183244 NFUND-2092-1003 Mary Dodson 5
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Aug 26 - Oct 18 MW 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Amarillo College Washington Street Campus ORDW - 202
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World Literature I Online$179

What is more compelling than the drama of our own lives? This course hones in on the drama of family tragedy from Ancient Greece to modernity. We will explore the links to our past by reading plays spanning roughly 2,000 years. Join us as we explore great authors like Aeschylus, Euripides, Shakespeare, and O'Neill. Contact info: dwferguson@actx.edu.

Course ID Course Section Instructor Available Seats
183243 NFUND-2092-4001 Daniel Ferguson 5
Date(s) Days and Times Location
Aug 26 - Oct 18 MTWRFSU 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM Amarillo College Washington Street Campus WEB - SECT
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