The following is a list of graduate and undergraduate courses that are relevant to Place Studies.
The English Department also offers a concentration in Place Studies for Undergraduate majors. The details and requirements of this concentration can be found here [link].
This is not an exhaustive list of all of the courses that are Place Studies related. Other courses, including special topics courses, often focus on place-related topics. Please contact faculty members from the faculty page [link] to inquire about forthcoming courses they intend to teach with a focus on Place.
Graduate Students may be interested in the forthcoming seminars with Place Studies content [link].
Graduate Courses: current and upcoming
ENGL 4/805 Fiction:
Literature of the American West
ENGL 4/813 Film:
Eco-Horror, Environmentalism, Apocotainment
ENGL 992B Composition & Rhetoric:
Instructor: Brooke (Online)
ENGL 911 Modern Literature:
Instructor: Kaye (Great Plains Certificate)
Native American Literature
Instructor: Gannon (Ethnic Studies)
ENGL 4/883 Composition & Rhetoric:
Literacy Issues and Community
ENGL 933 American Literature and Global Literature:
Ecocriticism and Environmental Literature