Richard Hutson

Richard Hutson

Emeritus

Wheeler Hall, room 478
W 11-12 and by appointment
rhutson@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
fall, 2016

24/2

Freshman Seminar

fall, 2015

C136/1

Topics in American Studies: Mark Twain and the Gilded Age

spring, 2015

24/4

Freshman Seminar: California Detectives in Fiction and Film

fall, 2014

C136/1

Topics in American Studies: Boys and Girls in the Era of Mark Twain and Henry James

spring, 2014

24/3

Freshman Seminar: Mark Twain's Boys

spring, 2012

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Bullets Across the Bay--Detective Narratives Set in San Francisco

C136/1

Topics in American Studies: Boys and Girls in the Era of Mark Twain and Henry James

spring, 2011

C136/1

Topics in American Studies: The Progressive Era

summer, 2011

N176/1

Literature and Popular Culture

spring, 2010

45B/1

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

spring, 2009

24/2

Freshman Seminar: Ang Lee Films and James Schamus' screenplays

45B/2

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

Spring, 2008

135AC/1

Literature of American Cultures: Native American, African American, and European American Literature, 1865-1917

C136/1

Topics In American Studies: The U.S. in the Progressive Era, 1890-1917

Fall, 2007

24/4

Freshman Seminar: Gary Wills' Lincoln at Gettysburg : The U.S. and the Civil War Era

45B/1

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

100/3

Junior Seminar: Introduction to Narrative Theory

Spring, 2007

C136/1

Junior Coursework: Topics in American Studies: The Era of the Child--The U.S. 1865-1900

150/13

Senior Seminar: American Realism

Fall, 2006

45B/1

Lower Division Coursework: Literature in English: Late-17th Through the Mid-19th Century

C136/1

Upper Division Coursework: Topics in American Studies: The U.S. in the Progressive Era, 1890-1917

Spring, 2006

24/3

Freshman Seminar: Boys and Girls in Mark Twain and Henry James

100/2

Junior Seminar: Introduction to Narrative Theory

Fall, 2004

100/7

Junior Seminar: Introduction to Narrative Theory

C136/1

Topics in American Studies: The U.S. in the Progressive Era, 1890-1917