Susan Schweik

Susan Schweik

Professor

Wheeler Hall, room 309
On Sabbatical Fall 2021
sschweik@berkeley.edu

English Department Classes
spring, 2022

190/1

Research Seminar: Emily Dickinson

spring, 2021

26/1

Introduction to the Study of Poetry

190/4

Research Seminar: Emily Dickinson

spring, 2020

166/6

Special Topics: Art of Writing: Grant Writing, Food Writing, Food Justice

166/601 -- discussion section

Stevenson, Max

166/602 -- discussion section

Phillips, Tara

spring, 2019

135AC/1

Literature of American Cultures: Race, Class, & Disability in American Cultures: American Foundlings

135AC/101 -- discussion section

Sirianni, Lucy

135AC/102 -- discussion section

Sirianni, Lucy

spring, 2018

26/1

Introduction to the Study of Poetry

spring, 2016

26/1

Introduction to the Study of Poetry

165/8

Special Topics: Arts of Writing: Academic Writing, Grant Writing, Food Writing

fall, 2011

24/2

Freshman Seminar: Procrastination: Theory and Practice

302/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

summer, 2011

N117S/1

Shakespeare

N135/1

Literature of American Cultures

spring, 2010

130C/1

American Literature: 1865-1900

fall, 2009

24/3

Freshman Seminar: Animal Rights and Disability Studies

Spring, 2008

203/1

Graduate Readings: Disability in Theory

Fall, 2007

203/1

Graduate Readings: Disability in Theory

Spring, 2007

135AC/1

Junior Coursework: Literature of American Cultures: Race, Ethnicity, and Disability in American Cultures

H195B/3

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

Fall, 2006

130C/1

Upper Division Coursework: American Literature: 1865-1900

H195A/3

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

Spring, 2006

166/1

Special Topics: Theorizing Children's Literature

175/1

Upper Division Coursework: Literature and Disability

Fall, 2005

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Children, Families and Disability

203/4

Graduate Readings: American Literature and the American Ugly Laws, 1881-1991

Spring, 2005

31AC/1

Lower Division Coursework: Literature of American Cultures: Exceptional Bodies --Disability, Race, Ethnicity and Medicine in American Cultures

203/4

Graduate Readings: American Literature and the American Ugly Laws, 1881-1991