ENG MA, Capstone Portfolio, ASU

Arizona State University
Department of English

M.A. in English, English Studies Portfolio

Dr. Andrew Joseph Pegoda
Dr. Andrew Joseph Pegoda

Dr. Andrew Joseph Pegoda (“AJP”) is a professor at the University of Houston, a freelance writer, and an English Studies graduate student at Arizona State University.

ENG 50199.00%A+
ENG 534100.00%A
ENG 53599.86%A+
ENG 560100.00%A
LIN 510
ENG 584
ENG 535
ENG 552
ENG TBA
ENG 597
Course Grades

Miscellaneous Information


Fall 2021

ENG 501: Approaches to Research: English Studies

with Dr. George Justice

  • Annotated Bibliography: “Nothing About Us Without Us”: Syllabus as Genre, Syllabus as Text, Syllabus as of Merit, Syllabus as Seen by Students
  • Research Proposal: “Nothing About Us Without Us”: Voice and the Syllabus, A Research Proposal

ENG 534: Studies in Renaissance Literature: Shakespeare

with Dr. Bradley Irish

ENG 535: Studies in 18th/19th C. British Literature: The Gothic

with Dr. George Justice

  • Annotated Bibliography: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: A Cripped and Queered Thesis Proposal and Annotated Bibliography
  • Bibliographical Essay: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein: A Cripped-Queered Literature Review
  • Final Exam: Fictional Villains & Creation Never Stops; or, Art Finds Usefulness

ENG 560: Genre Studies: Magical Realism as a Global Genre

with Dr. Claudia Sadowski-Smith

  • Annotated Bibliography: Magical Realism(s), Histories, Meanings, and Otherness: An Annotated Bibliography
  • Major Paper: Exploring Disability in Magical Realist Fictions

Spring 2022

ENG 584: Pen Project Prison Teaching

with Prof. Lance Graham

LIN 510: Linguistics

with Dr. Kathryn Pruitt

ENG 535: Studies in 18th/19th C. British Literature: Studies in Jane Austen

with Dr. Devoney Looser

ENG 552: Composition Studies

with Dr. Patricia Webb


Summer 2022

ENG TBA: Course TBA

ENG 597: Graduate Capstone Seminar