Georgina Kleege

Georgina Kleege

Professor

Wheeler Hall, room 463
Spring 2020, Mondays 10:30-1:30, or by appointment.
gkleege@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
spring, 2020

143N/1

Prose Nonfiction: Personal Essay

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

180A/101 -- discussion section

No instructor assigned yet.

180A/102 -- discussion section

No instructor assigned yet.

fall, 2019

143N/2

Prose Nonfiction: Food Writing

spring, 2019

165/4

Special Topics: The Art of Writing: The Visible Made Verbal

fall, 2018

143N/2

Prose Nonfiction: The Personal Essay

175/1

Literature and Disability

spring, 2018

143N/1

Prose Nonfiction: Food Writing

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

spring, 2017

143N/1

Prose Nonfiction: The Personal Essay

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

fall, 2016

175/1

Literature and Disability

spring, 2016

143A/2

Short Fiction

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

fall, 2015

143N/1

Prose Nonfiction: The Personal Essay

spring, 2015

143A/2

Short Fiction

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

fall, 2014

143N/1

Prose Nonfiction: The Personal Essay

175/1

Literature and Disability

spring, 2014

143A/1

Short Fiction

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

fall, 2013

175/1

Literature and Disability

fall, 2012

143A/1

Short Fiction

175/1

Literature and Disability

spring, 2012

143N/1

Prose Nonfiction

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

fall, 2011

175/1

Literature and Disability: Representations of Disability in Literature

spring, 2011

143A/1

Short Fiction

180A/1

Autobiography: Disability Memoir

spring, 2010

143A/1

Short Fiction

fall, 2009

175/1

Literature and Disability

190/9

Research Seminar: Flannery O’Connor

spring, 2009

143N/2

Prose Nonfiction: The Personal Essay

175/1

Literature and Disability

Fall, 2008

143A/3

Short Fiction: Short Fiction

180A/1

Literature: Autobiography: Disability Memoir

Spring, 2007

143N/2

Junior Coursework: Prose Nonfiction: The Personal Essay

Spring, 2006

143N/2

Upper Division Coursework: Prose Nonfiction: The Personal Essay

Fall, 2005

180A/1

Upper Division Coursework: Disability Autobiography

Spring, 2005

175/1

Upper Division Coursework: Representations of Disability in Literature

Fall, 2004

143N/2

Upper Division Coursework: Prose Nonfiction