I teach a range of courses at Stony Brook. At the lower-division level, I regularly offer EGL 204 (Literary Analysis and Argumentation), which I feel is the most important course of the major or minor. I also periodically teach a survey of twentieth-century British literature (EGL 224) that takes students from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness to short fiction by Zadie Smith. At the upper-division level, I offer a range of courses: single-author classes on James Joyce or Virginia Woolf; courses on the literature and culture of WWI; and topics on modernism and the middlebrow or modernism and sexuality. My M.A. and doctoral courses range from "Modernism and Cultural Studies" to "Modern Things."

Sample Graduate Courses:
Modern Things (608), Spring 2013
High/Middle/Low in the 1920s (606), Fall 2010
Modernism and Cultural Studies (606), Fall 2009
The Great War and Cultural History (585), Spring 2009

Sample Undergraduate Upper Division Courses:
Modernism and the Middlebrow (301), Fall 2012
Modernism and the Artist Novel (322), Fall 2011

Sample Undergraduate Lower Division Courses:
Literary Analysis and Argumentation (204), Spring 2013
Twentieth-Century British Literature (224), Fall 2012  

Sample lecture from October 24, 2012 on E.M. Forster's "The Life to Come."
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Department of English, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-5350 - Undergraduate: 631 632-7400 | Graduate: 631 632-7373