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Schedule of Classes for the Creative Writing Program - Spring 2022
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Creative Writing
 ENCW 2200Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing
19875 001WKS (3 Units)Wait List (24 / 199) 12 / 12Raisa TolchinskyMoWe 3:30pm - 4:45pmDell 1 104
 ENCW 2300Poetry Writing
10718 002WKS (3 Units)Wait List (8 / 199) 15 / 15Katherine JamesMoWeFr 11:00am - 11:50amBryan Hall 235
10719 003WKS (3 Units)Wait List (1 / 199) 15 / 15Henrietta HadleyMoWeFr 9:00am - 9:50amBryan Hall 328
10720 004WKS (3 Units)Wait List (5 / 199) 15 / 15Wheeler LightMoWeFr 10:00am - 10:50amBryan Hall 334
11074 005WKS (3 Units)Wait List (5 / 199) 15 / 15Hajjar BabanTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmNew Cabell Hall 068
12733 007WKS (3 Units)Wait List (12 / 199) 15 / 15Hodges AdamsTuTh 3:30pm - 4:45pmMaury Hall 110
12995 008WKS (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 199) 15 / 15Hannah DierdorffMoWe 6:30pm - 7:45pmNew Cabell Hall 064
 ENCW 2600Fiction Writing
11072 003WKS (3 Units)Wait List (11 / 199) 15 / 15Nana BoatengMoWe 6:00pm - 7:15pmThe Rotunda Room 150
11316 005WKS (3 Units)Wait List (12 / 199) 15 / 15Laura McGeheeTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmNew Cabell Hall 042
12047 006WKS (3 Units)Wait List (9 / 199) 15 / 15Derick OlsonMoWeFr 1:00pm - 1:50pmBryan Hall 334
12558 007WKS (3 Units)Wait List (20 / 199) 15 / 15Roberto RodriguezMoWe 2:00pm - 3:15pmThe Rotunda Room 150
12996 008WKS (3 Units)Wait List (8 / 199) 15 / 15Jana HornMoWeFr 11:00am - 11:50amBryan Hall 328
 ENCW 3310Intermediate Poetry Writing I
11670 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 7 / 12Debra NystromWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmWeb-Based Course
 The course will meet outdoors on grounds when weather permits. This is a weekly 2.5-hour once-weekly class for students advanced beyond the level of ENCW 2300. Emphasis is on workshop of students' own poems, with focused writing exercises and written responses to relevant outside reading, as well as class discussions on issues of contemporary poetry. Final poetry portfolio required. INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION IS REQUIRED FOR ENROLLMENT. Please request instructor permission through SIS and apply through email. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: writing sample of 4-5 poems IN A SINGLE WORD DOCUMENT with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, and other workshops to which you are submitting. Submit application to Prof. Nystrom at dln8u@virginia.edu . Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as soon as registration opens. For full consideration, email your application as soon as possible. The final deadline will be December 15th. Classes do sometimes fill before the final submission deadline, but an effort will be made to hold a few seats open until after the deadline.
 REVOLUTIONARY LETTERS
19192 002WKS (3 Units)Permission 8 / 12Brian TeareMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmBrooks Hall 103
 Instructor Permission is required for enrollment. Please request instructor permission through SIS and apply through email. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: writing sample of 4-5 poems with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, and other workshops to which you are submitting. Submit application in a single document to Prof. Teare at bt5ps@virginia.edu. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as soon as registration opens. For full consideration, email your application as soon as possible. The final deadline will be December 15th. Classes do sometimes fill before the final submission deadline, but an effort will be made to hold a few seats open until after the deadline.
19193 003WKS (3 Units)Permission 0 / 12Rita DoveTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 233
 ENCW 3610Intermediate Fiction Writing
 Playing Around in Literature: Turning the World into Words
11672 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 0 / 12Micheline MarcomTh 2:00pm - 4:30pmDawson's Row 1
 Instructor Permission is required for enrollment. Please request instructor permission through SIS and apply through email. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: a writing sample of 3-5 pages with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, other workshops to which you are applying, and 1 paragraph why you'd like to take this course. Submit application in a single document to mam5du@virginia.edu. For full consideration, email your application by December 15th.
 Making and Uncovering: Adventures in Writing Fiction
11673 002WKS (3 Units)Permission 0 / 12Anna Martin-BeecherTuTh 5:00pm - 6:15pmBryan Hall 203
 Instructor Permission required. To apply: 1. Request instructor permission in SIS. 2. Email am2aw@virginia.edu with a 3-5 page fiction sample. 3. In the body of your email, detail your reasons for wanting to take the course, your experience of writing workshops and details of any other creative writing classes you're applying to. For full consideration, please apply by December 15th.  
 Reading & Writing Short Fiction
19203 003WKS (3 Units)Permission 6 / 12Elizabeth DentonWe 5:00pm - 7:30pmDawson's Row 1
 Instructor Permission is required for enrollment. Please request instructor permission through SIS and apply through email. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: a writing sample with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, other workshops to which you are applying. Submit application in a single document to ed3m@virginia.edu. For full consideration, email your application by December 15th. Admission is rolling.
 ENCW 4550Topics in Literary Prose
13001 001SEM (3 Units)Permission 0 / 15Rabih AlameddineTu 10:00am - 12:30pmBryan Hall 233
 ENCW 4720Area Program in Literary Prose Thesis Course
13002 001SEM (3 Units)Permission 9 / 12Jane AlisonMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmDawson's Row 1
 ENCW 4810Advanced Fiction Writing I
 People, Places, Things
11674 001WKS (3 Units)Permission 0 / 12Micheline MarcomWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmDawson's Row 1
 In this advanced writing course we will focus each week on reading works of imaginative literature and responding creatively with a focus on character, setting, and details. Students will also have the opportunity to workshop 1 longer story/novel excerpt. Instructor Permission is required for enrollment. Please request instructor permission through SIS and apply through email. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: writing sample of 3-5 pages with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, other workshops to which you are submitting, and 1 paragraph why you'd like to take this course. Submit application in a single document to mam5du@virginia.edu. For full consideration, email your application by December 15th.
 ENCW 4820Poetry Program Poetics
 Return to Grounds
13003 001SEM (3 Units)Permission10 / 12Kiki PetrosinoWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 233
 In this seminar, we will focus on renewing our artistic connections to UVA now that we’re back in community together. We’ll read published works of poetry by writers with ties to the University, Charlottesville, & the region. We’ll also think about & explore the physical space of Grounds as a site for reading, writing, researching, & sharing poems. Please note: this course is designed for students in the Area Program in Poetry Writing, but open to other students on a space-available basis & after consultation with the Instructor.
 ENCW 4920Poetry Program Capstone
 POETRY PROGRAM CAPSTONE COURSE
13004 001SEM (3 Units)Permission9 / 10Lisa SpaarTBATBA
 ENCW 5310Advanced Poetry Writing II
 Advanced Poetry Writing (for graduate or undergraduate credit)
19129 001WKS (3 Units)Permission11 / 12Debra NystromTh 2:00pm - 4:30pmWeb-Based Course
 The course will meet outdoors on grounds when weather permits. This workshop is for students with prior experience in writing and revising poetry, and it welcomes students working in the poetry/prose hybrid space as well. It is open to advanced undergraduate students, MFA fiction students, and graduate English students. The class will involve discussion of student poems and of assigned reading, with particular attention to issues of craft. Students will be expected to write and revise six to eight poems, to participate in class discussion and offer detailed notes in response to other students’ work, to keep a poetry journal, to attend several poetry readings, to turn in close-reading responses to three assigned readings, and to participate in a group presentation. INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION IS REQUIRED FOR ENROLLMENT. Please request instructor permission through SIS and apply through email. APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: writing sample of 4-5 poems IN A SINGLE WORD DOCUMENT with a cover sheet including name, year, email address, major, prior workshop experience, and other workshops to which you are submitting. Submit application to Prof. Nystrom at dln8u@virginia.edu . Applications will be considered on a rolling basis as soon as registration opens. For full consideration, email your application as soon as possible. The final deadline will be December 15th. Classes do sometimes fill before the final submission deadline, but an effort will be made to hold a few seats open until after the deadline.
 ENCW 7310MFA Poetry Workshop
11675 001WKS (3 Units)Permission9 / 10Rita DoveMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmBryan Hall 233
 ENCW 7610MFA Fiction Workshop
12750 001WKS (3 Units)Permission8 / 10Rabih AlameddineMo 2:00pm - 4:30pmNew Cabell Hall 115
 ENCW 8993Independent Writing Project
20903 001IND (3 Units)Permission1 / 5James LivingoodTBATBA
 ENCW 8999MFA Non-Topical Research
13969 001IND (1 - 12 Units)Open1 / 30James LivingoodTBATBA
13970 002IND (1 - 12 Units)Open3 / 30Kiki PetrosinoTBATBA
13971 003IND (1 - 12 Units)Open5 / 30Brian TeareTBATBA
13972 004IND (1 - 12 Units)Open3 / 30Debra NystromTBATBA
13973 005IND (1 - 12 Units)Open2 / 30Lisa SpaarTBATBA
13974 006IND (1 - 12 Units)Open3 / 30Rabih AlameddineTBATBA
13975 007IND (1 - 12 Units)Open3 / 30Micheline MarcomTBATBA
13976 008IND (1 - 12 Units)Open4 / 30Jane AlisonTBATBA
English-Literature
 ENGL 5559New Course in English Literature
 Renaissance Poetry and Poetics
 Open to undergraduate and graduate students
19211 002SEM (3 Units)Wait List (4 / 199)15 / 15Rebecca RushTuTh 12:35pm - 1:50pmBryan Hall 233
 What is Postcolonial Critique?
 What is Postcolonial Critique?
19287 003SEM (3 Units)Open11 / 15Nasrin OllaTuTh 12:30pm - 1:45pmShannon House 109
 Plants and Empire
 Plants and Empire
19288 004SEM (3 Units)Wait List (11 / 199)12 / 12Mary KuhnMoWe 12:35pm - 1:50pmBryan Hall 233
 ENGL 8596Form and Theory of Poetry
 Embodied Ecologies: Ecofeminist Poetry & Poetics
 EMBODIED ECOLOGIES :: ECOFEMINIST POETRY & POETICS
19204 001SEM (3 Units)Permission15 / 15Brian TeareTu 2:00pm - 4:30pmShannon House 109
 ENGL 8598Form and Theory of Fiction
 Sensoria
 SENSORIA
19238 001SEM (3 Units)Permission14 / 15Jane AlisonWe 2:00pm - 4:30pmBrooks Hall 103
 This course is designed for MFA students in Creative Writing, but I welcome others, too: please send a note about yourself and your interests to jas2ad@virginia edu.