Steven Goldsmith

Steven Goldsmith

Professor; Director of Graduate Studies

Wheeler Hall, room 431
Fall 2019 Thursday 2-4
sgsmith@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
fall, 2019

203/3

Graduate Readings: Aesthetics and Politics: Kant and Beyond

spring, 2019

107/1

The Bible as Literature

165/7

Special Topics: The Materialist Epic

fall, 2018

190/1

Research Seminar: Melville in the 50s

200/1

Problems in the Study of Literature

spring, 2018

107/1

The Bible as Literature

107/101 -- discussion section

Wilson, Evan

107/102 -- discussion section

Stevenson, Max

107/103 -- discussion section

Wilson, Evan

107/104 -- discussion section

Stevenson, Max

165/3

Special Topics: Is It Useless To Revolt?

fall, 2017

45B/2

Literature in English: Late-17th Through Mid-19th Centuries

45B/201 -- discussion section

Walton, Alex

45B/202 -- discussion section

Eisenberg, Emma C.

spring, 2016

165/5

Special Topics: Is It Useless to Revolt?: Literature of Revolt

203/2

Graduate Readings: Aesthetics and Politics: Kant and Beyond

fall, 2015

C107/1

The Bible as Literature

190/2

Research Seminar: Materialism: Ancient and Modern

spring, 2015

190/5

Research Seminar: Materialism--Ancient and Modern

spring, 2014

45B/1

Literature in English: Late-17th Through Mid-19th Centuries

fall, 2012

45B/1

Literature in English: Late 17th- Through Mid-19th Centuries

spring, 2012

C107/1

The English Bible as Literature

fall, 2011

45B/2

Literature in English: Late 17th- Through Mid-19th Centuries

200/2

Problems in the Study of Literature

spring, 2011

203/1

Graduate Readings: Aesthetics

spring, 2010

121/1

Romantic Period

190/9

Research Seminar: A Brief History of Enthusiasm

fall, 2009

C107/1

English Bible as Literature

200/1

Problems in the Study of Literature

spring, 2009

H195B/1

Honors Course

Fall, 2008

195A/1

Honors Course: Honors Course

250/3

Research Seminar: William Blake

Spring, 2008

100/14

Junior Seminar: Why Do We Cry? The Literature of Sorrow, Sympathy, and Indifference

Fall, 2007

45B/2

Literature In English: Late-17th Through the Mid-19th Century

Spring, 2007

100/2

Junior Seminar: Why Do We Cry? The Literature of Sorrow, Sympathy, and Indifference

C107/1

Junior Coursework: The Bible as Literature

Fall, 2006

150/12

Senior Seminar: Is It Useless to Revolt?

246G/1

Graduate Pro-seminar: British Romanticism

Fall, 2005

250/2

Research Seminar: William Blake

Spring, 2005

H195A/1

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

250/2

Research Seminar: William Blake

Fall, 2004

45B/2

Literature in English: Late-17th through Mid-19th Century