Genaro M. Padilla

Genaro M. Padilla

Professor

Wheeler Hall, room 323
Wednesdays, 3:00-4:30 (422 Wheeler Hall)
gpadilla@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
spring, 2021

190/9

Research Seminar: Chicanx Literature, Art and Performance

fall, 2020

C136/1

Topics in American Studies: The Wall: Art, Literature, Performance on and about the U.S.-Mexican Border

spring, 2020

166/2

Special Topics: The Literature & Art of Incarceration

spring, 2018

165/5

Special Topics: Incarcerations: The Literature of (Physical, Mental, Spiritual) Imprisonment

spring, 2017

24/2

Freshman Seminar: The Arts and Literature at Berkeley and Beyond

165/2

Special Topics: Incarcerations: The Literatures of Physical Confinement and Spiritual Liberation

spring, 2015

24/3

Freshman Seminar: The Arts and Culture at Berkeley and Beyond

203/2

Graduate Readings: Readings in Chicano/Latino Narrative

fall, 2014

166/2

Special Topics: Chicano Literature and History

spring, 2014

24/1

Freshman Seminar: The Arts and Culture at Berkeley and Beyond

37/1

Chicana/o Literature and Culture

fall, 2013

180A/1

Autobiography: American Autobiography: Race, Gender, Culture

spring, 2013

137T/1

Topics in Chicana/o Literature and Culture: Chicano Art and Literature

fall, 2012

24/3

Freshman Seminar: The Arts at Berkeley and Beyond

spring, 2012

137T/1

Topics in Chicana/o Literature and Culture: Chicano Poetry--Text and Context

fall, 2011

24/5

Freshman Seminar

fall, 2010

137T/1

Topics in Chicana/o Literature and Culture: The Literature of the Chicano Movement

fall, 2009

24/5

Freshman Seminar: California and Ethnicity -- Fiction and Film

190/10

Research Seminar: Chicana Art, Fiction and Film-making

Spring, 2008

100/16

Junior Seminar: Chicano Narrative´┐ŻNew Mexico/California

Fall, 2006

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Growing Up Chicano/a with Gary Soto and Sandra Cisneros

Spring, 2006

95/1

Lower Division Coursework: Other Voices: Multicultural Literary Perspectives

Fall, 2005

24/3

Freshman Seminar: Growing Up Chicano/Latino

Spring, 2005

95/1

Lower Division Coursework: Other Voices: Multicultural Literary Perspectives

Fall, 2004

24/1

Freshman Seminar: (topic unknown)