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Current Courses
 
Learn more about the Undergraduate Specialization in American Cultures & Global Contexts.
 
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Fall 2011

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Undergraduate

  • ENGL 36 - Global Humanities; Ghosh
  • ENGL 103A - American Literature from 1789 to 1900; Lemenager
  • ENGL 104A - American Literature from 1900 to Present; Huang
  • ENGL 133GC - Studies in American Regional Literature: Global California; Newfield
  • ENGL 133SO - Studies in American Regional Literature: Southern Literature; Waid
  • ENGL 134MP - Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communites in the US: Afro-Am Lit(I): Migration to Black Power; Blake
  • ENGL 192 - Science Fiction; Gutiérrez-Jones
  • ENGL 197 - Upper Division Seminar: Black Sexual Politics; Blake
  • ENGL 197 - Upper Division Seminar: Human Rights & Literature; Gutiérrez-Jones

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Winter 2012

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  • ENGL 50 - Introduction to US Minority Literature; Selisker
  • ENGL 100TL - Transpacific Literature; Huang
  • ENGL 104A - American Literature from 1900 to present; Maslan
  • ENGL 133TL - Studies in American Regional Literature: Transpacific Literature; Huang
  • ENGL 134PC - Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the US: Afro-Am Lit. (II): Post Civil Rights; Blake
  • ENGL 165AC - Risk Society
  • ENGL 197 - Upper-Division Seminar: American Literature & Business Culture / Creativity; Newfield

Graduate

  • ENGL 236 - Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory: Speculative Turn, Ghosh
 
Spring 2012

Undergraduate

  • ENGL 50 - Introduction to US Minority Literature; Lim
  • ENGL 122CD - California Dreaming; Waid
  • ENGL 134RS - Studies in the Literature of Cultural and Ethnic Communities in the US: Race on the American Stage; Selisker
  • ENGL 191 - Afro-American Fiction and Criticism, 1920s to Present: Transnationalism and Performance in the Harlem Renaissance; Batiste

Graduate

  • ENGL 236 - Studies in Literary Criticism: Color Blindness Across Disciplines; Blake
 
 
 
Fall 2010

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  • ENGL 38A - Introduction to African-American Literature; Batiste
  • ENGL 50 - Introduction to U.S. Minority Literature: Asian-American Literature; Lim
  • ENGL 133SO American Regional Literature: Southern Literarature; Waid
  • ENGL 192 - Science Fiction; Gutiérrez-Jones
  • ENGL 197 - Upper Division Seminar: Immigration Narratives; Gutiérrez-Jones
 
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Fall 2005

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For Information, please contact the English Department's Staff Undergraduate Advisor, at 893- 8711.