Dorothy J. Hale

Dorothy J. Hale

Professor and Rachel Anderson Stageberg Chair in English

Wheeler Hall, room 335
email for appointment
dhale@berkeley.edu

English Department Classes
fall, 2022

H195A/1

Honors Course

spring, 2022

100/1

The Seminar on Criticism: Henry James and His Admirers

H195B/1

Honors Course

fall, 2021

H195A/1

Honors Course

spring, 2021

161/1

Introduction to Literary Theory

298/1

Collaborative Research Seminar: Beauty

spring, 2020

180N/1

The Novel: Intimates and Strangers: Henry James, J.M. Coetzee and the Ethics of Otherness

190/2

Research Seminar: William Faulkner’s Temporalities

fall, 2019

161/1

Introduction to Literary Theory

fall, 2018

190/13

Research Seminar: The Jamesian Novel

spring, 2018

H195B/1

Honors Course

203/2

Graduate Readings: The Novel in Theory

fall, 2017

180N/1

The Novel: "The Novel as the Book of Other People"

H195A/1

Honors Course

spring, 2016

180N/1

The Novel: The Novel as "The Book of Other People"

fall, 2015

190/3

Research Seminar: Henry James and Novelistic Aesthetics

200/1

Problems in the Study of Literature

spring, 2015

180N/1

The Novel: The Novel as a Literary Genre

190/1

Research Seminar: The Temporality of Faulkner's Novels

fall, 2014

161/1

Introduction to Literary Theory

203/3

Graduate Readings: The Novel in Theory

spring, 2012

161/1

Introduction to Literary Theory

fall, 2011

203/3

Graduate Readings: The Novel in Theory

fall, 2010

250/3

Research Seminar: The Novel and the New Ethics

Fall, 2008

160/1

Special Topics: Methods and Materials of Literary Criticism

203/5

Graduate Readings: The Novel in Theory

Spring, 2007

150/11

Senior Seminar: The Modern Novel of Consciousness

Fall, 2006

203/2

Graduate Readings: The Novel in Theory

Spring, 2006

100/8

Junior Seminar: William Faulkner and American Literary Criticism

150/11

Senior Seminar: Henry James and the Invention of Novel Theory

Fall, 2005

45C/2

Literature in English: Mid-19th through the 20th Century

200/1

Graduate course: Problems in the Study of Literature

Spring, 2005

200/1

Graduate Course: Problems in the Study of Literature