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(Tentative) Autumn 2023 Courses Have Been Posted
As always, updated course schedules can be found under the Courses menu tab on the front page of the blog.
Check For Updated Course Listings Under Winter 2023:
A few edits to course listings and descriptions were made due to my own oversight. Make sure to look into the newly listed courses in Comparative Literature:
ENG 389/ Russian Short Story/ In Person/ Liza Ginzburg
The study of a representative selection of Russian short fiction
concentrating on the great 19th-century masters such as Pushkin,
Gogol, Turgenev, Tolstoy, Chekhov, Gorky, and Korolenko.
ENG 389/ Japanese Women’s Literary Masterpieces/ In Person/ Heather Bowen-Struyk
The course begins over 1000 years ago with masterpieces of world
literature including The Tale of Genii and classical poetry, traverses
through the modern period of New Women Bluestocking and arrive
in the 21st century to reflect on the richness of Japanese women’s
writings across time and space. * No prior knowledge of Japanese
language, history or culture necessary.
Plan Your Classes for Spring 2022
Click “Courses” Tab on the Menu and then click on “Spring 2022”
A New Course This Fall Available for English Students
The course also satisfies the Social, Cultural and Behavioral Inquiry LSP Domain credit for non-majors, as well as one of the requirements for the growing & popular Global Fluency Certificate. Be sure to consider it this fall quarter!