Ian Duncan

Ian Duncan

Professor
Florence Green Bixby Chair in English
456 Wheeler Hall
Fall 2017: not in residence. Visiting Professor, Humanities Council, Princeton University
iduncan@berkeley.edu


All English Courses Taught

Spring, 2017
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/1 Literature in English: Mid-17th to Late-19th Century Introductory Surveys
45B/101 -- discussion section Barbour, Andrew John
45B/102 -- discussion section Forbes-Macphail, Imogen
45B/103 -- discussion section D'Silva, Eliot
45B/104 -- discussion section Terlaak Poot, Luke
246H/1 Graduate Pro-seminar: Victorian Period Graduate Courses
Fall, 2016
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
170/2 Literature and the Arts: Opera and Literary Form World Literature
Drama
Special Topics
Spring, 2016
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/1 Literature in English: Late-17th through Mid-19th Centuries Introductory Surveys
45B/101 -- discussion section de Stefano, Jason
45B/102 -- discussion section Wise, Diana Catherine
45B/103 -- discussion section Sirianni, Lucy
203/1 Graduate Readings: George Eliot and Victorian Science British 19th-Century
Novel
Graduate Courses
Spring, 2015
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
166/1 Special Topics: Scotland and Romanticism Pre-1800 Requirement
British 18th-Century
British 19th-Century
World Literature
Novel
Poetry
Special Topics
Fall, 2014
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
190/10 Research Seminar: The Romantic Novel British 19th-Century
Novel
Research Seminars
Spring, 2014
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/2 Literature in English: Late-17th Through Mid-19th Centuries Introductory Surveys
190/2 Research Seminar: Charles Darwin and George Eliot British 19th-Century
Novel
Research Seminars
Fall, 2013
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
250/3 Research Seminar: The Romantic Novel and the History of Man British 18th-Century
British 19th-Century
Novel
Literary Theory
Research Seminars
Graduate Courses
Spring, 2013
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/1 Literature in English: Late-17th Through Mid-19th Centuries Introductory Surveys
Spring, 2012
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/2 Literature in English: Late 17th- Through Mid-19th Centuries Introductory Surveys
British 18th-Century
British 19th-Century
American Literature
203/4 Graduate Readings: British Novel--1800-1900 British 19th-Century
Novel
Graduate Courses
Fall, 2011
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
190/7 Research Seminar: Walter Scott and Jane Austen Research Seminars
Spring, 2011
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
166/1 Special Topics: Scotland and Romanticism Special Topics
Fall, 2010
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/2 Literature in English: Late 17th- Through Mid-19th Centuries Introductory Surveys
Spring, 2010
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/2 Literature in English: Late 17th - Through Mid -19th Centuries Introductory Surveys
190/2 Research Seminar: Comedy Research Seminars
Fall, 2009
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
165/1 Special Topics: Scotland and Romanticism Special Topics
203/5 Graduate Readings: British Empiricism, the Novel, and the Science of Man Graduate Courses
Spring, 2008
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
203/6 Graduate Readings: The Novel and Romanticism Graduate Courses
Fall, 2007
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
203/6 Graduate Readings: The Novel and Romanticism Graduate Courses
Spring, 2007
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
203/1 Graduate Readings: British Novel, 1800-1900 Graduate Courses
Spring, 2006
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
24/4 Freshman Seminar: Through Hell?Reading Dante?s Inferno Freshman Seminars
Fall, 2005
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/2 Literature in English: Late-17th through Mid-19th Century Introductory Surveys
Fall, 2004
Course & Section Course Name Course Areas
45B/1 Literature in English: Late-17th through Mid-19th Century Introductory Surveys