Abdul R. JanMohamed

Abdul R. JanMohamed

Professor

Wheeler Hall, room 430
By appointment only
abduljm@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
spring, 2021

138/1

Studies in World Literature in English: (Post)Colonial Fiction

fall, 2020

133B/1

African American Literature and Culture Since 1917

190/3

Research Seminar: The Spy Novel

spring, 2019

133B/1

African American Literature and Culture Since 1917: African American Fiction

173/1

The Language and Literature of Films: Postcolonial Film

fall, 2018

190/3

Research Seminar: Representations of Coercion and Resistance in African American Slave, Jim Crow, and Neo-slave Narratives

spring, 2018

165/4

Special Topics: Neo-Slave Narratives

173/1

The Language and Literature of Films: (Post)colonial Film

spring, 2017

139/1

The Cultures of English: (Post)colonial Fiction

203/2

Graduate Readings: The Political Economy of Life and Death in African American Literature and Culture

fall, 2014

133B/1

African American Literature and Culture\nSince 1917

133T/1

Topics in African American Literature and Culture: The Fiction of Toni Morrison

spring, 2012

133T/1

Topics in African American Literature and Culture: Slavery--Theory and Literature

203/3

Graduate Readings: Politics of Death, Cultural Regenerations

spring, 2011

203/3

Graduate Readings: Birth and Death in Neo-slave and Jim Crow Feminist Narratives

Fall, 2008

100/2

Junior Seminar: Coercion and Reproduction (�birth,� �death,� �love,� and �family�) in modern Black Feminist Fiction .

100/3

Junior Seminar: Toni Morrison

Fall, 2007

133B/1

: African American Literature and Culture Since 1917

Spring, 2007

133T/1

Junior Coursework: Topics in African American Literature and Culture: Toni Morrison

H195B/1

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

Fall, 2006

H195A/1

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

250/1

Research Seminar: Death and Reproduction in 20th-Century African-American Fiction

Spring, 2006

133B/1

Upper Division Coursework: "African-American Literature and Culture Since 1917:

20th-Century African-American Fiction"

H195B/2

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

Fall, 2005

H195A/2

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

203/3

Graduate Readings: Coercion and Resistance in 20th-Century African American Fiction

Spring, 2005

203/2

Graduate Readings: Coercion and Resistance in 20th-Century African American Fiction