Class Archive

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0 NNE N0NE English Graduate-level Courses
0 NNE N0NE Lower division Courses
0 RC R&C R&C generic course used for ranking preferred sections.
1 NA N1A Fact and Fantasy
1 NA N1A Literary Fright
1 NA N1A Narrative Obsessions
1 NA N1A Reading and Composition
1 NA N1A Reading & Composition
1 NA & NB N1A & N1B Reading and Composition
1 NB N1B Delirious Professions and Odd Declarations
1 NB N1B Hearing Voices
1 NB N1B Poetics of Refusal
1 NB N1B Reading and Composition
1 NB N1B Reading & Composition
1 NB N1B The Survival of Magic in American Literature
1 RA R1A 19th Century American Literature and the Aesthetic Turn to Natural History
1 RA R1A Alcatraz
1 RA R1A America in the 1930s
1 RA R1A American Art in the 1950s
1 RA R1A American Elegy
1 RA R1A American Short Works
1 RA R1A Asian American Literature after Cultural Nationalism
1 RA R1A Autobiography
1 RA R1A Comparative Diasporas
1 RA R1A Decolonial Epistemologies or Self-Reflexive Composition
1 RA R1A Early American Literature of Crime and Punishment
1 RA R1A Early Modern Bogeymen
1 RA R1A Englishness at Home and Abroad in the 20th century
1 RA R1A Fiction and Foreign Policy
1 RA R1A First Contact
1 RA R1A Green Reading
1 RA R1A Horror Before Horror
1 RA R1A Information, Crisis, Catastrophe
1 RA R1A Insular Fictions
1 RA R1A Keeping it Real?: Racial & Queer Passing in American Literature
1 RA R1A Martyrdom, Sacrifice, and Literature
1 RA R1A Memoirs of Twentieth Century Black Social Movements
1 RA R1A Memory and Memorials
1 RA R1A Method to Madness/Madness to Method
1 RA R1A Modern Selves and Others
1 RA R1A On the Anecdote
1 RA R1A Putting It Together
1 RA R1A Reading and Composition
1 RA R1A Reading & Composition
1 RA R1A Social Ladders, Pyramids, and Circles
1 RA R1A The Elements of Surprise
1 RA R1A The Enlightenment
1 RA R1A The Modest Witness
1 RA R1A The Power of I: Literary Constructions of the Self
1 RA R1A The Power of I: Literary Constructions of the Self
1 RA R1A The Rhetoric of Rants
1 RA R1A Things
1 RA R1A This class has been canceled.
1 RA R1A U.S. Third World Feminisms, the Chicana/o Novel and Literary (re)Form
1 RA R1A Veils: Race and Nineteenth-Century American Gothic Literature
1 RA R1A Reading & Composition
1 RAN R1AN Reading & Composition
1 RB R1B America in the Thirties
1 RB R1B American Short Works
1 RB R1B Apocalyptic and Dystopian Literature
1 RB R1B Autobiography
1 RB R1B Collaborative Production
1 RB R1B Conspiracy Fiction
1 RB R1B Contemporary American Narrative
1 RB R1B Eat Read Write: Food as Socially Symbolic Act
1 RB R1B Fictional Minds
1 RB R1B First Contact
1 RB R1B Framing the Modern Death and Paralysis
1 RB R1B Free Speech and You
1 RB R1B Green Reading
1 RB R1B Holiday Literature
1 RB R1B Information, Crisis, Catastrophe
1 RB R1B Learning and Constraint
1 RB R1B Literature and Experiment
1 RB R1B Martyrdom and Literature
1 RB R1B Native American Autobiography and Life Writing
1 RB R1B note new course: Love and Poetic Aesthetics in the Renaissance
1 RB R1B On the Anecdote
1 RB R1B Politics and Poetics of Refusal
1 RB R1B Portrait of an Artist as an Old Man
1 RB R1B Reading and Composition
1 RB R1B Reading and Composition
1 RB R1B Reading and Composition: Life Writing
1 RB R1B Reading Beyond the Text
1 RB R1B Reading & Composition
1 RB R1B Reading the Past, Writing the Future: Literary Communication Across Ages
1 RB R1B (Re)Telling Arthur: The Historical Evolution and Cultural Manifestations of the Arthurian Legends
1 RB R1B Seeing Double
1 RB R1B Short Stories in Literature
1 RB R1B Skeletons in the Closet
1 RB R1B T.B.A.
1 RB R1B Textual Histories
1 RB R1B The Changing Soul
1 RB R1B The Elements of Surprise
1 RB R1B The Fall of Woman
1 RB R1B The Queer Harlem Renaissance
1 RB R1B The Victorian Detective
1 RB R1B This section has been canceled.
1 RB R1B Travel Writing
1 RB R1B Voice and Narration in Asian American Fiction
1 RB R1B What are facts doing in fiction?
1 RB R1B Words for Nature: Representing Environments in American Literature
1 RB R1B Work in Progress
17 17 Shakespeare
20 20 Modern British and American Literature
20 N N20 Modern British and American Literature
24 24 Freshman Seminar
24 24 Freshman Seminar: Animal Rights and Disability Studies
24 24 Freshman Seminar: California and Ethnicity -- Fiction and Film
24 24 Freshman Seminar: Hamlet
24 24 Freshman Seminar: Reading Walden Carefully
24 24 Freshman Seminar: Shakespeare's Sonnets
24 24 Freshman Seminar: The Mystery of Edwin Drood
24 24 This class has been canceled
24 24 Freshman Seminar
25 25 Freshman Seminar
25 25 Lower Division Coursework
26 26 Introduction to the Study of Poetry
26 26 Literature In English
26 26 Introduction to the Study of Poetry
27 27 Introduction to the Study of Fiction
28 28 Introduction to the Study of Drama
31 AC 31AC Literature of American Cultures
31 AC 31AC Lower Division Coursework
31 NAC N31AC Literature of American Cultures
37 37 Chicana/o Literature and Culture
43 A 43A Introduction to the Writing of Short Fiction
43 A 43A Literature In English
43 A 43A Lower Division Coursework
43 B 43B Introduction to the Writing of Verse
43 B 43B Lower Division Coursework
43 B 43B Lower Division English
43 B 43B This course has been canceled, but it will be offered in Spring 2010.
45 A 45A 'Literature in English'
45 A 45A Literature in English
45 A 45A Literature In English
45 A 45A Literature in English through Milton
45 A 45A Literature in English: Through Milton
45 A 45A Literature in English: Through Milton
45 A 45A Lower Division Coursework
45 B 45B 'Literature in English'
45 B 45B Literature in English
45 B 45B Literature In English
45 B 45B Literature in English: Late 17th - Through Mid -19th Centuries
45 B 45B Literature in English: Late 17th- Through Mid-19th Centuries
45 B 45B Literature in English: Late-17th Through Mid-19th Centuries
45 B 45B Literature in English: Late 17th - Through Mid -19th Centuries
45 B 45B Literature in English: Late 17th- Through Mid-19th Centuries
45 B 45B Literature in English: Late-17th Through Mid-19th Centuries
45 B 45B Literature in English: Late 17th- Through Mid-19th Century
45 B 45B Lower Division Coursework
45 C 45C 'Literature in English'
45 C 45C Literature in English
45 C 45C Literature In English
45 C 45C Literature in English: Mid 19th -Through the 20th Century
45 C 45C Literature in English: Mid-19th Through the 20th Century
45 C 45C Literature in English: Mid 19th- Through the 20th Century
45 C 45C Literature in English: Mid-19th Through the 20th Century
45 C 45C Lower Division Coursework
45 C 45C Mid 19th Through the 20th Century
50 R R50 Freshman and Sophomore Studies
77 C C77 Introduction to Environmental Studies
77 C C77 Literature and Sexual Identity: Gender, Sexuality, and Modernism
77 C C77 Lower Division Coursework
80 K 80K Children’s Literature
80 K 80K Children's Literature
80 K 80K Freshman and Sophomore Studies
84 84 Freshman and Sophomore Studies
84 84 Reading Walden Carefully
84 84 Sophomore Seminar
84 84 Sophomore Seminar: Contemporary Native American Short Fiction
84 84 Sophomore Seminar: Food and Film
84 84 Sophomore Seminar: Socrates as a Cultural Icon
95 95 Lower Division Coursework
95 95 Sophomore Seminar
100 100 Junior Seminar
101 101 History of the English Language
101 101 Junior Coursework
101 101 Upper Division Coursework
102 102 Topics in the English Language
102 102 Upper Division Coursework
104 104 Introduction to Old English
105 105 Anglo-Saxon England
105 105 Upper Division Coursework
107 107 The Bible as Literature
107 107 UNDETERMINED
107 C C107 English Bible as Literature
107 C C107 Junior Coursework
107 C C107 The English Bible as Literature
107 C0 C107 The Bible as Literature
110 110 Medieval Literature
110 110 Medieval Literature: Before Chaucer - Philosophical Fictions from Vergil to Boccaccio
110 110 Medieval Literature: The Alliterative Line, Tradition and Innovation
110 110 Upper Division Coursework
111 111 CANCELED
111 111 Chaucer
111 111 Junior Coursework
111 111 Upper Division Coursework
112 112 Middle English Literature
112 112 Upper Division Coursework
114 A 114A English Drama to 1603
114 A 114A Upper Division Coursework
114 B 114B English Drama from 1603 to 1700
114 B 114B Upper Division Coursework
115 A 115A The English Renaissance (through the 16th century)
115 A 115A The English Renaissance (through the 16th Century)
115 A 115A The English Renaissance (Through the 16th Century)
115 A 115A Upper Division Coursework
115 B 115B Junior Coursework
115 B 115B The English Renaissance (17th century)
115 B 115B The English Renaissance (17th Century)
115 B 115B This class has been canceled.
115 B 115B Upper Division Coursework
115 NB N115B The English Renaissance: Seventeenth Century
116 116 Backgrounds of English Literature in the Continental Renaissance
117 A 117A Shakespeare
117 A 117A Upper Division Coursework
117 B 117B Junior Coursework
117 B 117B Shakespeare
117 B 117B Shakespeare After 1600
117 B 117B Upper Division Coursework
117 J 117J Upper Division Coursework
117 NS N117S Shakespeare
117 S 117S Junior Coursework
117 S 117S Shakespeare
117 S 117S Shakespeare in the Theater
117 S 117S Upper Division Coursework
117 T 117T Shakespeare in the Theater
117 T 117T Upper Division Coursework
118 118 Junior Coursework
118 118 Milton
118 118 Upper Division Coursework
118 N N118 Milton
119 119 Augustan Age: Literature of the Restoration and the Early 18th Century
119 119 Literature of the Restoration and the Early 18th Century
119 119 Literature of the Restoration & the Early 18th Century
119 119 The Augustan Age
119 119 Upper Division Coursework
120 120 Literature of the Later 18th Century
120 120 Upper Division Coursework
121 121 Romantic Period
121 121 The Romantic Period
121 121 Upper Division Coursework
121 121 The Romantic Period
121 N N121 The Romantic Period
122 122 The Victorian Period
122 122 Upper Division Coursework
122 122 Victorian Period
125 # 125# The Contemporary Novel
125 A 125A The English Novel (Defoe through Austen)
125 A 125A The English Novel (Defoe through Scott)
125 A 125A Upper Division Coursework
125 B 125B The English Novel
125 B 125B The English Novel (Dickens through Conrad)
125 B 125B The English Novel: Dickens through Conrad
125 B 125B Upper Division Coursework
125 C 125C Junior Coursework
125 C 125C The European Novel
125 C 125C Upper Division Coursework
125 D 125D Junior Coursework
125 D 125D The 20th -Century Novel
125 D 125D The 20th Century Novel
125 D 125D The 20th-Century Novel
125 D 125D Upper Division Coursework
125 E 125E The Contemporary Novel
125 E 125E The (Really) Contemporary Novel
125 E 125E Upper Division Coursework
125 NB N125B The English Novel: Dickens through Conrad
125 ND N125D The 20th-Century Novel
125 NE N125E The Contemporary Novel
126 126 British Literature, 1900-1945
126 126 British Literature: 1900-1945
126 126 British Literature: 1900-1945
126 126 British Literature: 1900-1945
126 126 Upper Division Coursework
126 126 British Literature: 1900-1945
127 127 Modern Poetry
127 127 Upper Division Coursework
128 128 Modern Drama
130 0A 130A American Literature
130 0B 130B American Literature
130 0C 130C American Literature
130 0D 130D American Literature
130 A 130A American Literature
130 A 130A American Literature: Before 1800
130 A 130A American Literature: Before 1800
130 A 130A Junior Coursework
130 A 130A This class has been canceled.
130 A 130A Upper Division Coursework
130 B 130B American Literature
130 B 130B American Literature, 1800-1865
130 B 130B American Literature: 1800-1865
130 B 130B American Literature: 1800-1865
130 B 130B Junior Coursework
130 C 130C American Literature
130 C 130C American Literature: 1865-1900
130 C 130C American Literature: 1865-1900
130 C 130C Junior Coursework
130 C 130C Upper Division Coursework
130 D 130D American Literature
130 D 130D American Literature 1900-1945
130 D 130D American Literature, 1900-1945
130 D 130D American Literature: 1900-1945
130 D 130D American Literature: 1900-1945
130 D 130D Upper Division Coursework
130 NA N130A American Literature: Before 1800
130 NA N130A American Literature: Before 1800
130 ND N130D American Literature 1900-1945
130 ND N130D American Literature: 1900-1945
131 131 American Literature
131 131 American Poetry
131 131 Junior Coursework
131 131 Upper Division Coursework
132 132 American Novel
132 132 The American Novel
132 132 Upper Division Coursework
132 N N132 American Novel
132 N N132 The American Novel
133 A 133A A.A. Literature
133 A 133A African American Literature and Culture Before 1917
133 A 133A Upper Division Coursework
133 B 133B African American Literature and Culture\nSince 1917
133 B 133B African American Literature and Culture Since 1917
133 B 133B This class has been canceled, but it will be offered in Spring 2010.
133 B 133B Upper Division Coursework
133 T 133T Junior Coursework
133 T 133T Topics in African American Literature and Culture
133 T 133T Topics in African American Literature and Culture: Introduction to African American Poetry
133 T 133T Upper Division Coursework
134 134 Contemporary Literature
134 134 Upper Division Coursework
135 AC 135AC Junior Coursework
135 AC 135AC Literature of American Cultures
135 AC 135AC Literature of American Cultures: Race and Ethnicity in American Cinema
135 AC 135AC Upper Division Coursework
135 N N135 Literature of American Cultures
136 C C136 Junior Coursework
136 C C136 Special Topics
136 C C136 Topics in American Studies
136 C 136C Topics in American Studies
136 C C136 Topics In American Studies
136 C C136 Topics in American Studies: A Gallery of Wonders, Curiosities, Spectacles, Cynics, and Suckers: Consumer Culture in Post-Civil War America
136 C C136 Topics in American Studies: The Literature and History of Mexican American Farm Workers
136 C C136 Upper Division Coursework
137 A 137A Upper Division Coursework
137 B 137B Chicana/o Literature and Culture Since 1910
137 T 137T Junior Coursework
137 T 137T Topics in Chicana/o Literature and Culture
137 T 137T Upper Division Coursework
138 138 Junior Coursework
138 138 Studies in World Literature in English
138 138 Studies in World Literature in English
139 139 The Cultures of English
139 139 Upper Division Coursework
141 141 Junior Coursework
141 141 Modes of Writing
141 141 Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, etc.)
141 141 Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, etc.)
141 141 Modes of Writing: Exposition, Fiction, Verse, Etc.
141 141 Upper Division Coursework
141 N N141 Modes of Writing
143 A 143A American Literature
143 A 143A Junior Coursework
143 A 143A Short Fiction
143 A 143A Upper Division Coursework
143 B 143B Junior Coursework
143 B 143B Upper Division Coursework
143 B 143B Verse
143 B 143B Verse: Poetry in Practice and in Theory
143 C 143C Long Narrative
143 D 143D Expository and Critical Writing
143 N 143N Junior Coursework
143 N 143N Prose Nonfiction
143 N 143N Prose Nonfiction: Traveling, Thinking, Writing
143 N 143N Upper Division Coursework
143 T 143T Poetry Translation
143 T 143T Poetry Translation Workshop
143 T 143T Upper Division Coursework
150 150 Senior Seminar
150 AC 150AC Senior Seminar in American Cultures
152 152 Women Writers
152 152 Women Writers: Studies in Prose Fiction: Isak Dinesen
160 160 Special Topics
160 160 Upper Division Coursework
161 161 Introduction to Literary Theory
161 161 Upper Division Coursework
165 165 Special Topics
165 165 Special Topics: American Postmodernism--Olson and the Black Mountain School
165 165 Special Topics: Representing Non-Human Life in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Britain
165 165 Special Topics: Scotland and Romanticism
165 AC 165AC Special Topics
165 AC 165AC Special Topics in American Cultures
166 166 Modes of Writing
166 166 Special Topics
166 166 Special Topics: British Cinema
166 166 Special Topics: Readings for Fiction Writers
166 166 Special Topics: The Global South: Faulkner, Garcia Marquez, Morrison, and Cisneros 

166 166 Special Topics
166 AC 166AC 'Special Topics'
166 AC 166AC Special Topics in American Cultures
166 AC 166AC Special Topics in American Cultures: Race and Revision in Early America
166 N N166 Special Topics
166 N N166 Special Topics
166 N N166 Special Topics
170 170 Literature
170 170 Literature and the Arts
170 170 Upper Division Coursework
171 171 Literature and Sexual Identity
171 171 Upper Division Coursework
172 172 Literature and Psychology
173 173 The Language and Literature of Films
173 173 The Language and Literature of Films: Meta-Cinema and the Hollywood Novel
173 N N173 The Language and Literature Films
173 N N173 The Language and Literature Films: The Hollywood Western
173 N N173 The Language and Literature of Films
174 174 Literature and History
175 175 Literature and Disability
175 175 Upper Division Coursework
176 176 Literature and Popular Culture
176 176 Upper Division Coursework
176 N N176 Literature and Popular Culture
177 177 Literature and Philosophy
179 179 Literature
179 179 Literature and Linguistics
179 179 Upper Division Coursework
180 0L 180L Lyric Verse
180 0R 180R The Romance
180 A 180A Autobiography
180 A 180A Literature
180 A 180A Upper Division Coursework
180 E 180E The Epic
180 E 180E The Epic: Imagined Communities and the Classical Epic
180 E 180E The Epic: Legends of Troy
180 E 180E Upper Division Coursework
180 H 180H Short Story
180 H 180H The Short Story
180 H 180H Upper Division Coursework
180 L 180L Literature
180 L 180L Lyric Verse
180 L 180L Upper Division Coursework
180 N 180N Literature
180 N 180N The Novel
180 N 180N Upper Division Coursework
180 N0Z N180Z Science Fiction
180 NA N180A Autobiography
180 NH N180H The Short Story
180 NZ N180Z Science Fiction
180 R 180R The Romance
180 Z 180Z Science Fiction
181 C C181 Digital Humanities, Visual Cultures
181 C C181 Digital Humanities, Visual Cultures: Digital Travels
190 190 Dystopian Fiction and the Fate of the Body
190 190 (new section as of 5/6/10) Research Seminar
190 190 Research Seminar
190 190 Research Seminar: Avant-Gardes
190 190 Research Seminar: Chicana Art, Fiction and Film-making
190 190 Research Seminar: Close Reading
190 190 Research Seminar: Fictions of Los Angeles
190 190 Research Seminar: Film Noir.
190 190 Research Seminar: Flannery O’Connor
190 190 Research Seminar: Literature of California and the West pre-1920
190 190 Research Seminar: Shakespeare's Versification
190 190 Research Seminar: The Contemporary Novel
190 190 Research Seminar: The Seventies
190 190 Research Seminar: The Urban Postcolonial
190 190 Research Seminar: The Writings of Daniel Defoe
190 190 Research Seminar: Visuality, Textuality, and Modernity
190 190 This class has been canceled.
190 190 Research Seminar
195 A 195A Honors Course
195 HA H195A Honors Course
195 HA H195A Upper Division Coursework
195 HB H195B Honors Course
195 HB H195B Upper Division Coursework
200 200 Graduate course
200 200 Graduate Course
200 200 Problems in the Study of Literature
200 00 200 Medieval Studies
200 00 200 Problems in the Study of Literature
201 A 201A Graduate Course
201 B 201B Topics in the History of the English Language
202 202 Graduate course
202 202 History of Literary Criticism
203 203 Graduate Readings
203 203 Graduate Readings: British Empiricism, the Novel, and the Science of Man
203 203 Graduate Readings: Edmund Spenser
203 203 Graduate Readings: Modernism, Race and Modernity
203 203 Graduate Readings: Poetics and Theories of Poetry
203 203 Graduate Readings: Prospectus Workshop
203 203 Graduate Readings: Victorian Novel
203 203 Research Seminar
203 203 Research Seminars
203 203 The Strange Career of Jim Crow
203 203 Graduate Readings
205 0A 205A Old English
205 A 205A Graduate Readings
205 A 205A Old English
205 B 205B Old English
211 211 Chaucer
211 211 Chaucer: Canterbury Tales
211 211 Graduate Course
212 212 Graduate Course
212 212 Readings in Middle English
217 217 Graduate Course
217 217 Shakespeare
218 218 Graduate Course
218 218 Milton
243 A 243A Fiction Writing Workshop
243 A 243A Graduate Course
243 B 243B Graduate Course
243 B 243B Poetry Writing Workshop
243 N 243N Prose Nonfiction Writing Workshop
246 C 246C Graduate Pro-seminar
246 C 246C Graduate Proseminars
246 C 246C Renaissance
246 D 246D Graduate Proseminar
246 D 246D Graduate Pro-seminar
246 D 246D Graduate Pro-seminar: Renaissance
246 D 246D Graduate Proseminar: Renaissance
246 E 246E Graduate Proseminar
246 E 246E Graduate Pro-seminar
246 E 246E Restoration and Early 18th Century
246 F 246F Graduate Pro-seminar
246 F 246F Graduate Proseminar: 18th Century
246 F 246F Graduate Proseminar: The Later-Eighteenth Century
246 G 246G Graduate Proseminar
246 G 246G Graduate Pro-seminar
246 G 246G Graduate Pro-seminar: Romantic Period
246 G 246G Romantic Period
246 H 246H Graduate Pro-seminar
246 I 246I American Literature to 1855
246 I 246I Graduate Proseminar
246 I 246I Graduate Pro-seminar
246 I 246I Graduate Proseminar: American Literature to 1855
246 J 246J American Literature, 1855 to 1900
246 J 246J Graduate Proseminar
246 J 246J Graduate Pro-seminar
246 K 246K Graduate Pro-seminar
246 K 246K Literature in English 1900-1945
246 K 246K Literature in English, 1900-1945
246 K 246K This class has been canceled, but it will be offered in Spring 2010.
246 L 246L Graduate Pro-seminar
246 L 246L Literature in English
246 L 246L Literature in English, 1945 to the Present
250 250 Research Seminar
250 250 Research Seminar: Postwar British Literary Culture at Mid-Century
250 250 Research Seminars
250 250 This class has been canceled.
250 250 This class has been canceled, but Prof. Goodman will teach it in Spring 2010 instead.
250 250 Research Seminars
302 302 Graduate course
302 302 Graduate Course
302 302 The Teaching of Composition and Literature
310 310 Field Studies in Tutoring Writing
310 310 Field Studies in Tutoring Writing (tutoring for credit through the Student Learning Center)
310 310 Graduate course
310 310 Graduate Course
375 375 The Teaching of Composition and Literature
375 375 The Teaching of Composition and\nLiterature
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