David Landreth

David Landreth

Associate Professor

Wheeler Hall, room 402
Office hours, Fall 2020: by appointment.
dlandreth@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
spring, 2021

45A/1

Literature in English: Through Milton

45A/101 -- discussion section

Bircea, Jason George

45A/102 -- discussion section

Bircea, Jason George

45A/103 -- discussion section

Geary, Christopher

45A/104 -- discussion section

Geary, Christopher

203/2

Graduate Readings: "A dream of passion": Affects in the Renaissance Theater

spring, 2020

28/1

Introduction to the Study of Drama

114B/1

English Drama from 1603 to 1700

fall, 2019

17/1

Shakespeare

17/101 -- discussion section

Ogunniyi, Kevin

17/102 -- discussion section

Delehanty, Patrick

17/103 -- discussion section

Ogunniyi, Kevin

17/104 -- discussion section

Delehanty, Patrick

190/2

Research Seminar: Shakespeare and Company

spring, 2019

45A/1

Literature in English: Through Milton

45A/101 -- discussion section

Hinojosa, Bernardo S.

45A/102 -- discussion section

Drawdy, Miles

45A/103 -- discussion section

Drawdy, Miles

45A/104 -- discussion section

Hinojosa, Bernardo S.

45A/105 -- discussion section

D'Silva, Eliot

45A/106 -- discussion section

D'Silva, Eliot

246C/1

Graduate Proseminars (Renaissance): the End of Scholarism

fall, 2018

17/1

Shakespeare

17/101 -- discussion section

Acu, Adrian Mark

17/102 -- discussion section

Ding, Katherine

17/103 -- discussion section

Acu, Adrian Mark

17/104 -- discussion section

Ding, Katherine

spring, 2018

190/9

Research Seminar: The Faerie Queene: The Ethics of Imagination

spring, 2017

28/1

Introduction to the Study of Drama

45A/1

Literature in English: Through Milton

fall, 2016

117B/1

Shakespeare: Shakespeare after 1600

217/1

Shakespeare

spring, 2016

165/9

Special Topics: Ovid and the English Renaissance

203/3

Graduate Readings: Edmund Spenser

fall, 2015

117A/1

Shakespeare: Shakespeare before 1600

fall, 2013

375/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

spring, 2013

117B/1

Shakespeare: Shakespeare after 1600

fall, 2012

45A/1

Literature in English: Through Milton

spring, 2012

250/2

Research Seminar: Renaissance Things

spring, 2011

117B/1

Shakespeare

190/11

Research Seminar: Christopher Marlowe

fall, 2010

45A/2

Literature in English: Through Milton

217/1

Shakespeare

spring, 2010

117S/1

Shakespeare

fall, 2009

45A/2

Literature in English through Milton

203/3

Graduate Readings: Edmund Spenser

spring, 2009

117B/1

Shakespeare After 1600

246C/1

Graduate Proseminars: Renaissance (16th-Century): Faustus' Books

Fall, 2008

114B/1

Upper Division Coursework: English Drama from 1603 to 1700

Fall, 2007

117A/1

: Shakespeare

Spring, 2007

45A/2

Literature In English: Through Milton

100/3

Junior Seminar: Representing Elizabeth I?Feminine Sovereignty in Poetry and Painting

Fall, 2006

114B/1

Upper Division Coursework: English Drama from 1603 to 1700

217/1

Graduate Course: Shakespeare

Spring, 2006

117S/1

Upper Division Coursework: Shakespeare

250/1

Research Seminar: Renaissance Economies

Fall, 2005

100/6

Junior Seminar: Christopher Marlowe