Class Archive

Semester Year Session Course Section Instructor Title Topic Time Room Course Areas ID
fall 2022 133T 1 Ellis, Nadia
African American Literature and Culture The Art of Black Diaspora MW 2-3 Wheeler 102
  • World Literature
7691
summer 2022 D 138 1 Dunsker, Leo
Studies in World Literature in English Literatures of Decolonization TWTh 12-2:30 120 Wheeler
  • World Literature
7652
fall 2021 125C 1 Golburt, Lyubov
European Novel The Many Faces of the 19th-Century Novel TTh 2-3:30 220 Wheeler
  • World Literature
7534
fall 2021 138 1 Banerjee, Sukanya
Studies in World Literature in English Postcolonial Fiction TTh 8-9:30 20 Wheeler
  • World Literature
7454
fall 2021 166 1 Danner, Mark
Special Topics Writing Race: Faulkner and his Progeny TTh 9:30-11 300 Wheeler
  • World Literature
7467
fall 2021 166 2 Saha, Poulomi
Special Topics Burn it Down/Build it Up: Protest, Dissent, and the Politics of Resistance TTh 11-12:30 315 Wheeler
  • World Literature
7468
spring 2021 133T 2 Ellis, Nadia
Topics in African American Literature and Culture The Art of the Black Diaspora TTh 9:30-11
  • World Literature
6691
spring 2021 138 1 JanMohamed, Abdul R.
Studies in World Literature in English (Post)Colonial Fiction TTh 11-12:30
  • World Literature
6695
spring 2021 166 5 Muza, Anna
Special Topics Anton Chekhov MWF 2-3
  • World Literature
6796
spring 2021 180Z 1 Snyder, Katherine
Science Fiction TTh 2-3:30
  • World Literature
6726
spring 2021 190 6 Ellis, Nadia
Research Seminar Black Postcolonial Cultures: Real and Imagined Spaces TTh 12:30-2
  • World Literature
6732
fall 2020 138 2 Saha, Poulomi
Studies in World Literature in English Multi-Culty: Cults, Pop Culture, and Globalization TTh 12:30-2
  • World Literature
6493
fall 2020 145 1 Chandra, Vikram
Writing Technology Utopian Futures Lectures TTh 11-12 + one hour of discussion section per week (sec. 101: F 9-10; sec. 102: F 11-12; sec. 103: F 12-1; sec. 104: F 2-3)
  • World Literature
6502
fall 2020 180H 1 McFarlane, Fiona
The Short Story TTh 12:30-2
  • World Literature
6516
fall 2020 190 1 Lee, Steven S.
Research Seminar Utopia and Anti-Utopia MW 10:30-12
  • World Literature
6517
spring 2020 125C 2 Golburt, Lyubov
The European Novel The Many Faces of the 19th-Century European Novel TTh 2-3:30 182 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
6365
spring 2020 180H 1 McFarlane, Fiona
The Short Story TTh 11-12:30 182 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
6334
fall 2019 125D 1 Jones, Donna V.
The 20th-Century Novel MWF 11-12 209 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
6104
fall 2019 166 1 Saha, Poulomi
Special Topics Getting Global: Literature & Film of an Expanding & Unequal World MWF 12-1 103 GPB
  • World Literature
6125
fall 2019 180H 1 Chandra, Vikram
The Short Story
  • World Literature
6143
fall 2019 190 4 Snyder, Katherine
Research Seminar Cli Fi (Climate Change Fiction) TTh 9:30-11 233 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
6148
fall 2019 190 5 Ellis, Nadia
Research Seminar The Urban Postcolonial TTh 11-12:30 233 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
6149
spring 2019 165 5 Danner, Mark
Special Topics Note: See English 165 section 6
  • World Literature
5932
spring 2019 165 6 Danner, Mark
Hass, Robert L.
Special Topics Nabokov and Naipaul TTh 3:30-5 note new location: 241 Cory
  • World Literature
5933
spring 2019 166 7 Muza, Anna
Special Topics Anton Chekhov MWF 3-4 234 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
5980
spring 2019 173 1 JanMohamed, Abdul R.
The Language and Literature of Films Postcolonial Film MWF 10-11 54 Barrows
  • World Literature
5944
fall 2018 133T 1 Ellis, Nadia
Topics in African American Literature and Culture The Art of Black Diaspora -- Do What You Gotta Do TTh 9:30-11 104 Barrows
  • World Literature
5788
fall 2018 139 1 Jones, Donna V.
The Cultures of English Cultures of the Great War: Art in the Age of Decline TTh 2-3:30 229 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
5790
fall 2018 190 7 Ellis, Nadia
Research Seminar The Urban Postcolonial TTh 12:30-2 211 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
5825
spring 2018 138 1 Saha, Poulomi
Studies in World Literature in English Orphans, Feral Children, Runaways—Strange Childhood in World Literature TTh 2-3:30 note new location: 102 Wurster
  • World Literature
5589
spring 2018 152 1 Sanders, Karin
Women Writers: Studies in Prose Fiction: Isak Dinesen TTh 11-12:30 2070 Valley LSB.
  • World Literature
5641
spring 2018 177 1 Saha, Poulomi
Literature and Philosophy Surveillance, Paranoia, and State Power TTh 9:30-11 Note new location: 204 Wheeler
  • World Literature
5610
fall 2017 133T 1 Ellis, Nadia
Topics in African American Literature and Culture Do What You Gotta Do: The Art of Black Diaspora MWF 1-2 155 Barrows
  • World Literature
5448
fall 2017 190 6 Lee, Steven S.
Research Seminar Literature and Revolution MW 5-6:30 206 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
5480
fall 2017 203 1 Ellis, Nadia
Graduate Readings Caribbean Literature and Culture M 9-12 301 Wheeler
  • World Literature
5490
spring 2017 125C 1 Golburt, Luba
The European Novel The Many Faces of the 19th-Century European Novel MWF 3-4 170 Barrows
  • World Literature
5341
spring 2017 139 1 JanMohamed, Abdul R.
The Cultures of English (Post)colonial Fiction TTh 11-12:30 102 Latimer
  • World Literature
5291
fall 2016 138 1 Saha, Poulomi
Studies in World Literature in English Global Cities MWF 1-2 223 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
5051
fall 2016 170 2 Duncan, Ian
Literature and the Arts Opera and Literary Form TTh 3:30-5 250 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
5066
fall 2016 250 2 Lee, Steven S.
Research Seminar Ethnic Modernisms Tues. 3:30-6:30 129 Barrows
  • World Literature
5096
spring 2016 138 1 Saha, Poulomi
Studies in World Literature in English Postcolonial Sex TTh 9:30-11 note new room: 130 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4871
spring 2016 180E 1 Nolan, Maura
The Epic: Legends of Troy TTh 2-3:30 159 Mulford
  • World Literature
4897
spring 2016 190 4 Ellis, Nadia
Research Seminar The Urban Postcolonial MW 4-5:30 Note new location: 201 Giannini
  • World Literature
4903
spring 2016 190 11 Lee, Steven S.
Research Seminar
  • World Literature
4910
spring 2016 203 4 Saha, Poulomi
Graduate Readings What Does Critical Theory Have to Do with the Postcolonial? TTh 12:30-2 201 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4919
fall 2015 139 1 Jones, Donna V.
The Cultures of English Literature of The Great War MWF 11-12 223 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
4667
fall 2015 165 1 Gaydos, Rebecca
T. B. A.
Special Topics Contemporary Poetry MW 4-5:30 235 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
4719
fall 2015 165 4 Langan, Celeste
Special Topics Longing and Belonging in Contemporary Writing MW 3-4:30 305 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4676
spring 2015 133T 1 Lee, Steven S.
Topics in African American Literature and Culture Black Internationalism TTh 3:30-5 101 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4504
spring 2015 166 1 Duncan, Ian
Special Topics Scotland and Romanticism MWF 11-12 229 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
4514
spring 2015 166 3 Naiman, Eric
Special Topics The Works of Vladimir Nabokov TTh 9:30-11 56 Barrows
  • World Literature
4516
spring 2015 190 6 Lee, Steven S.
Research Seminar Literature and Revolution TTh 11-12:30 305 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4527
fall 2014 133T 2 Ellis, Nadia
Topics in African American Literature and Culture
  • World Literature
4236
fall 2014 138 1 Saha, Poulomi
Saha, Poulomi
Studies in World Literature in English Partitioned States/Partitioned Selves note new time: TTh 2-3:30 note new location: 179 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
4239
fall 2014 165 3 No instructor assigned yet.
Special Topics Greek Tragedy in Translation TTh 12:30-2 103 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4252
fall 2014 166 3 Serpell, C. Namwali
Special Topics Black Science Fiction TTh 2-3:30 12 Haviland
  • World Literature
4258
fall 2014 166 4 Saha, Poulomi
Saha, Poulomi
Special Topics Global Cities TTh 9:30-11 166 Barrows
  • World Literature
4340
fall 2014 190 13 Lye, Colleen
Research Seminar 103 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4278
fall 2014 250 1 Lee, Steven S.
Research Seminars Comintern Modernisms W 3-6 204 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4292
spring 2014 165 3 Campion, John
Special Topics Modern Short Story Masters: James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, Franz Kafka, and Flannery O'Connor TTh 2-3:30 100 Wheeler
  • World Literature
4073
spring 2014 180H 1 Chandra, Vikram
Short Story MW 4-5:30 159 Mulford
  • World Literature
4080
spring 2014 250 2 Lavery, Grace
Research Seminars Aesthetics and the Orient Thurs. 3:30-6:30 129 Barrows
  • World Literature
4110
fall 2013 141 1 Giscombe, Cecil S.
Modes of Writing (Exposition, Fiction, Verse, etc.) Race, Creative Writing, and Difference TTh 2-3:30 88 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
3933
fall 2013 143N 1 Giscombe, Cecil S.
Prose Nonfiction Traveling, Thinking, Writing Thurs. 3:30-6:30 65 Evans
  • World Literature
3937
fall 2013 203 1 Snyder, Katherine
Graduate Readings Post-9/11 Fiction M 1-4 301 Wheeler
  • World Literature
3972
fall 2013 250 1 Lye, Colleen
Research Seminar Critical and Peripheral Realisms Tues. 3:30-6:30 note new room: 104 GPB
  • World Literature
3976
spring 2013 133T 1 Ellis, Nadia
Topics in African American Literature and Culture African Diaspora Literature: Conversations in Black TTh 11-12:30 106 Wheeler
  • World Literature
3791
spring 2013 138 1 Boniface Davies, Sheila
Boniface Davies, Sheila
Studies in World Literature in English What Is South African Literature? TTh 2-3:30 183 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
3795
spring 2013 166 2 Mukherjee, Bharati
Special Topics Readings for Fiction Writers TTh 12:30-2 220 Wheeler
  • World Literature
3805
fall 2012 139 1 Jones, Donna V.
The Cultures of English Literature of The Great War MWF 2-3 122 Wheeler
  • World Literature
3579
fall 2012 166 2 Ellis, Nadia
Special Topics Specters of the Atlantic TTh 12:30-2 175 Barrows
  • World Literature
3591
fall 2012 190 9 Ellis, Nadia
Research Seminar The Urban Postcolonial TTh 9:30-11 222 Wheeler
  • World Literature
3606
spring 2012 125C 1 Paperno, Irina
Paperno, Irina
The European Novel Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and the English Novel TTh 3:30-5 new room: 9 Lewis
  • World Literature
1442
spring 2012 143N 3 Giscombe, Cecil S.
Giscombe, Cecil
Prose Nonfiction Traveling, Thinking, Writing TTh 2-3:30 35 Evans
  • World Literature
1458
spring 2012 165 1 Campion, John
Campion, John
Special Topics The Pisan and Later Cantos of Ezra Pound MW 1:30-3 301 Wheeler
  • World Literature
1460
spring 2012 180E 1 Altieri, Charles F.
Nolan, Maura
Nolan, Maura
The Epic MWF 2-3 126 Barrows
  • World Literature
1471
spring 2012 190 5 Gordon, Zachary
Gordon, Zach
Research Seminar The Historical Novel TTh 9:30-11 225 Wheeler
  • World Literature
1476
spring 2012 190 14 Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
Research Seminar Cultures of Realism in Postwar Britain Tues. 3:30-6:30 103 Wheeler
  • World Literature
1485
spring 2012 250 3 Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
Research Seminar Everyday Postcoloniality Thurs. 3:30-6:30 102 Barrows
  • World Literature
1501
fall 2011 138 1 Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
Studies in World Literature in English Postcolonial Classics MW 4-5:30 30 Wheeler
  • World Literature
1286
spring 2011 138 1 Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
Studies in World Literature in English Postcolonial Narrative TTh 9:30-11 30 Wheeler
  • World Literature
1149
fall 2010 139 1 Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
The Cultures of English Writing Diaspora MW 4-5:30 Note new room: 130 Wheeler
  • World Literature
866
spring 2010 138 1 Lee, Steven S.
Lee, Steven
Studies in World Literature in English International Literature TTh 9:30-11 123 Wheeler
  • World Literature
492
spring 2010 139 1 Banfield, Ann
Banfield, Ann
The Cultures of English Irish Drama TTh 11-12:30 122 Wheeler
  • World Literature
493
spring 2009 139 1 Rubenstein, Michael
Rubenstein, Michael
The Cultures of English Empire & Global English TTh 2-3:30 note new location: 100 Wheeler
  • World Literature
54
Spring 2008 138 1 Premnath, Gautam
Premnath, Gautam
Studies in World Literature in English Postcolonial Narrative TTh 11-12:30 123 Wheeler
  • World Literature
1702
Spring 2008 139 1 Jones, Donna V.
Jones, Donna
The Cultures of English The African Novel TTh 2-3:30 200 Wheeler
  • World Literature
1703
Spring 2007 138 1 Rubenstein, Michael
Rubenstein, Michael
Junior Coursework Studies in World Literature in English: Empire and Global English Literature TTh 9:30-11 229 Dwinelle
  • World Literature
1895
Fall 2006 139 1 Jones, Donna V.
Jones, Donna
Upper Division Coursework The Cultures of English: Culture of the Great War�Art in the Age of Decline TTh 12:30-2 24 Wheeler
  • World Literature
2017
Fall 2005 139 1 Jones, Donna V.
Jones, Donna
Upper Division Coursework The Cultures of English: Culture of the Great War--Art in the Age of Decline MWF 11-12 126 Barrows
  • World Literature
2245