Courses

This course examines the origin and development of Saudi literary tradition from the 18th century to the present. A range of literary texts of different genres will be studied to familiarize students with major trends and movements and...
This course examines the origin and development of American literary tradition from the end of the Civil War to the present. A range of literary texts of different genres will be studied to familiarize students with major trends and movements (...
The course deals with literature written in the United States from its earliest colonial days to its Civil War and explores the philosophical and religious orientations that shaped the American culture and the shift from ‘public self’ to “...
This course invites students to explore the highly rich and exquisite periods in the history and development of English literature: the medieval and the Renaissance. It examines the impact of Medieval literature on the formation of Renaissance...
This course helps students to develop basic listening and speaking skills in English as a Second Language. It is a beginning listening and speaking course that includes practice in group interaction, public speaking, and listening comprehension....
The course will introduce the student to literature in English from around the world. Works of fiction from Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America will be explored. The chosen texts will give the student a wider cultural horizon and a better...
The course is a survey of American Literature from 1620 to the present. The course starts with readings from Native American Literature. Emphasis will be on the major American writers, the canon. In addition a novel is studied along with samples of...
This survey course introduces major literary critical theories and critics: Classical, Renaissance, Neoclassicism, Romantics, 19th and 20th century along with four contemporary schools of criticism: New Criticism. Marxism, Feminism &...
This survey course introduces major literary critical theories and critics: Classical, Renaissance, Restoration, Neoclassicism, Enlightenment, Romanticism. Day                             Topic Sept .25th         Introduction to Literary Criticism...