Minor in Popular Culture Studies - Foundations of Science Fiction ENGL 2231   Foundations of Science Fiction
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Various origins have been offered for science fiction: from classical Greek texts, to Gulliver's Travels, to Frankenstein, to twentieth-century pulp publications. This course will read science fiction from these various origins through to the so-called Golden Age of Science Fiction in the 1950s. Authors could include Mary Shelley, H.G. Wells, and Hugo Gernsback.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: Any course or combination of courses that satisfies the College of Arts and Sciences Writing Requirement
EXCLUSIONS: ENGL 2233.06