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 are available here or by scheduling an appointment with the English Advising Office.
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 our core and affiliate faculty members 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.
Graduate Coursescurrent and upcoming
ENGL 817 Topics in Place Studies and Environmental Humanities
“Literature of the Anthropocene”
Instructor: Tom Lynch
ENGL 965 Seminar in Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies
”Green Romanticism and the Cult(ivation) of Nature”
Instructor: Stephen Behrendt
ENGL 405N-805N Topics in Native American Literature
“Ideas and Visions: Native American Nonfiction”
Instructor: Tom Gannon
ENGL 852A Writing Creative Nonfiction
Instructor: Joy Castro
ENGL 482-882 Literacy and Community
Instructor: Rachael W. Shaw
ENGL 992B Place Conscious Education
Instructor: Robert Brooke