EH 450 and 450 grad Course Objectives

Writing Professionally in the Humanities

A Technology and Hypertext Practicum

JSU May Term English Elective: English 450 / 450G
Meets MTWTF 12:30--2:30 in Stone Center 231 (and 229 lab)

Prerequisite: Successful completion of EH 102

Objectives for the class include:

Course work will include:

Prospective Students: This is NOT a distance learning section; classroom engagements are required.
Contact the professor at: or  256-782-5548

Dr. Gates has edited the works of Elizabeth Robins and published her biography. She maintains the Elizabeth Robins Web and JSU English Web Pages. She also teaches Shakespeare, Women's Literature, American Literature.

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