Katherine Snyder

Katherine Snyder

Associate Professor

409 Wheeler Hall
Fall 2019, W/Th 2-3:30, and by appt.
ksnyder@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
fall, 2019

20/1

Modern British and American Literature: The Handmaid's Tale in Adaptation

190/4

Research Seminar: Cli Fi (Climate Change Fiction)

spring, 2019

20/1

Modern British and American Literature: Post-Apocalypse Now

fall, 2018

24/5

Freshman Seminar: The Handmaid's Tale on Stage, Page, and Screen

375/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

fall, 2017

375/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

spring, 2017

24/4

Freshman Seminar: Post-Apocalypse Now

125E/1

The Contemporary Novel

125E/101 -- discussion section

No instructor assigned yet.

125E/102 -- discussion section

Muhammad, Ismail

125E/103 -- discussion section

Choi, Jeehyun

fall, 2016

375/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

spring, 2016

250/3

Research Seminar: How It Strikes a Contemporary: Reading the Novel in the 21st Century

fall, 2015

375/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

spring, 2015

45C/2

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

H195B/2

Honors Course

fall, 2014

H195A/2

Honors Course

fall, 2013

203/1

Graduate Readings: Post-9/11 Fiction

fall, 2012

24/2

Freshman Seminar: Margaret Atwood’s Dystopian Fictions

302/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

spring, 2012

45C/1

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

spring, 2011

190/8

Research Seminar: My Lost City: (Post)-Modernist and Post-9/11 Fiction

fall, 2010

302/1

The Teaching of Composition and Literature

spring, 2009

130D/1

American Literature, 1900-1945

Fall, 2007

130D/1

: American Literature: 1900-1945

Spring, 2007

246K/1

Graduate Pro-seminar: Literature in English, 1900-1945

Fall, 2006

24/2

Freshman Seminar: The Essays of Virginia Woolf

Spring, 2006

130C/1

Upper Division Coursework: "American Literature--1865-1900:

The Making of Americans--U.S. Fiction from 1865 to 1914"

250/4

Research Seminar: Modernism and the City

Fall, 2005

45C/1

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

150/2

Senior Seminar: Modernism/Postmodernism

Spring, 2005

100/10

Junior Seminar: Modernism and the City

150/7

Senior Seminar: Reading New Orleans