Colleen Lye

Colleen Lye

Associate Professor

427 Wheeler Hall
Office Hours Thurs 10-12 . Held online. Sign up at: https://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/enhbu. For other times, email professor directly.
clye@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
spring, 2021

177/1

Literature and Philosophy: Reading Capital

fall, 2020

39A/1

Freshman and Sophomore Seminar: Reading Marx Now

200/1

Problems in the Study of Literature

spring, 2020

177/1

Literature and Philosophy: Reading Capital

250/3

Research Seminar: Critique of Capitalism, or Reading Marx Now

spring, 2018

166/4

Special Topics: Marxism & Literature

spring, 2017

166/1

Special Topics: Marxism and Literature

203/1

Graduate Readings: World Systems Theory and the Asian Anglophone Novel

fall, 2015

165AC/1

Special Topics in American Cultures

246L/1

Literature in English: 1945 to the Present

fall, 2014

165/2

Special Topics: Freedom and the University: The 1960s and Its Afterlives

190/13

Research Seminar

fall, 2013

250/1

Research Seminar: Critical and Peripheral Realisms

fall, 2011

190/9

Research Seminar: Asian American Fiction

203/7

Graduate Readings: What was Asian American Literature?

spring, 2009

H195B/2

Honors Course

Fall, 2008

195A/2

Honors Course: Honors Course

Spring, 2008

45C/2

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

202/1

History of Literary Criticism: Critical Realism

Fall, 2007

136C/2

Topics in American Studies: The Border

202/1

History of Literary Criticism: Critical Realism

Fall, 2006

45C/1

Lower Division Coursework: Literature in English: Mid-19th Through the 20th Century

100/1

Junior Seminar: Asian American Literature

Fall, 2005

150/6

Senior Seminar: Asian American Novel

250/3

Research Seminar: Race as Method--Or, What Is Ethnic Literature?

Spring, 2005

150/6

Senior Seminar: Maxine Hong Kingston and 'Postmodern

166AC/1

Special Topics in American Cultures: Racial Modernity

250/3

Research Seminar: Race as Method--Or, What Is Ethnic Literature?