Hertha D. Sweet Wong

Hertha D. Sweet Wong

Professor and Associate Dean of Arts and Humanities

423 Wheeler Hall
By appointment
hertha@berkeley.edu

Recent English Courses Taught
fall, 2019

24/2

Freshman Seminar: Here Here in Tommy Orange's There There

fall, 2018

24/4

Freshman Seminar: Graphic Journalism: Reading Joe Sacco’s Palestine

125E/1

The Contemporary Novel: The Latest Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novels

125E/101 -- discussion section

R, M

125E/102 -- discussion section

R, M

125E/103 -- discussion section

Su, Amanda Jennifer

125E/104 -- discussion section

Su, Amanda Jennifer

125E/105 -- discussion section

Gold, Thea

spring, 2018

125E/1

The Contemporary Novel: The Latest Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novels

125E/101 -- discussion section

Kaletzky, Marianne

125E/102 -- discussion section

Kaletzky, Marianne

125E/103 -- discussion section

D'Silva, Eliot

125E/104 -- discussion section

D'Silva, Eliot

fall, 2017

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Reading Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass

spring, 2017

165/1

Special Topics: The Graphic Memoir

fall, 2016

24/3

Freshman Seminar: Graphic Journalism: Reading Joe Sacco's Palestine

spring, 2016

125E/1

The Contemporary Novel: The Latest Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novels

fall, 2015

165/3

Special Topics

190/10

Research Seminar: Contemporary Native American Fiction

spring, 2015

24/1

Freshman Seminar: The Arts In and Around Berkeley

125E/1

The Contemporary Novel: The Latest Pulitzer Prize-Winning Fiction

summer, 2015

N125E/1

The Contemporary Novel: Selected Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novels, 2007-2014

fall, 2014

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Reading Art Spiegelman's MAUS

165/5

Special Topics: The Graphic Memoir

fall, 2013

24/3

Freshman Seminar: Reading Art Spiegelman's Maus I & II

summer, 2013

N180A/1

Autobiography

fall, 2012

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Reading Art Spiegelman's Maus I & II

45C/2

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

summer, 2012

N166 /1

Special Topics: Graphic Novels

N180H/1

The Short Story

fall, 2010

45C/2

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

fall, 2009

84/2

Sophomore Seminar: Contemporary Native American Short Fiction

spring, 2009

250/3

Research Seminar: Native American Fiction

Fall, 2008

84/1

Sophomore Seminar: Contemporary Native American Short Fiction

Spring, 2008

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Visual Culture and Autobiography

45C/1

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

Fall, 2007

24/1

Freshman Seminar: Visual Culture and Autobiography

C143V/1

: Visual Autobiography

Spring, 2006

H195B/3

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

203/2

Graduate Readings: Visual Autobiography

Fall, 2005

24/2

Freshman Seminar: Visual Culture and Autobiography

H195A/3

Upper Division Coursework: Honors Course

Spring, 2005

180A/1

Upper Division Coursework: Auto/bio/graphy

Fall, 2004

84/1

Sophomore Seminar: Contemporary Native American Short Fiction and Poetry