English 24

Freshman Seminar: Emily Dickinson

Section Semester Instructor Time Location Course Areas
1 Fall 2021 Wagner, Bryan
Monday 9-10 122 Wheeler

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We will be reading and discussing extraordinary poems by Emily Dickinson.   

Bryan Wagner is Associate Professor in the English Department at the University of California, Berkeley. His research focuses on African American expression in the context of slavery and its aftermath, and he has secondary interests in legal history and vernacular culture. His books include Disturbing the Peace: Black Culture and the Police Power after Slavery (Harvard University Press, 2009), The Tar Baby: A Global History (Princeton University Press, 2017), The Wild Tchoupitoulas (33 1/3 Series, Bloomsbury, 2019), and The Life and Legend of Bras-Coupé: The Fugitive Slave Who Fought the Law, Ruled the Swamp, Danced at Congo Square, Invented Jazz, and Died for Love (Louisiana State University Press, 2019). He has also co-edited a collection of critical essays, Looking for Law in All the Wrong Places (Fordham University Press, 2019). Current research includes a collaborative digital archive, Louisiana Slave Conspiracies (lsc.berkeley.edu).

Faculty web site: https://english.berkeley.edu/profiles/74


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