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Graduate - PhD

Fall

LTCO 285 - Literature and Aesthetics Mikhail Bakhtin Amelia Glaser

LTCS 250 - Topics in Cultural Studies Asian Cinema and Transmedia Theories Ping-hui Liao

LTEN 256 - Postcolonial Discourses Modernity in Question: Coloniality, Postcoloniality, Decoloniality Gabriel Bámgbóṣé

LTSP 272 - Literature and Society Studies Ecocolonialismo: Narrativas y Imágenes de la transición enérgetica en América Latina Luis Martín-Cabrera

LTTH 210A - Proseminar on Literary Scholarship Géraldine Fiss

Winter

LTCO 281 - Literature and Film Ozu and Comparative Film Studies Daisuke Miyao

LTCS 225 hb - Interdisciplinary and Historical Analysis of Cultural Texts Imaginaries and Literatures of the Spanish (Trans) Pacific World John Blanco

LTEN 252 - Studies in Modern American Literature and Culture Queer Theory Meg Wesling

LTEN 281 - Practicum in Literary Research and Criticism Joo Ok Kim

LTSP 272 hb - Literature and Society Studies Conquest & Abiayala Rising: Writing by and about Indigenous Peoples in Latin America José Carvajal Regidor

LTTH 210B - Introduction to Literary Theory Oumelbanine Zhiri

Spring

LTCS 225 hb - Interdisciplinary and Historical Analysis of Cultural Texts The Grammars of Japanese Imperialism Andrea Mendoza

LTCS 250 - Topics in Cultural Studies New Media, Popular Culture, and Visuality in East Asia Jin-kyung Lee

LTEN 245 - Nineteenth-Century American Studies 19th-Century Hemispheric American Literature Sara Johnson

LTEN 259 - Transnational Literary Studies Race, Colonialism, Environmentalisms, and Culture Shelley Streeby

LTTH 210C - Practicum in Contemporary Literary Theory Amanda Batarseh

LTTH 260 - Job Materials/Career Planning Workshop Joo Ok Kim

Graduate - MFA

Fall

LTWR 215 - Cross-Genre Workshop Casandra Lopez

Winter

LTWR 215 - Cross-Genre Workshop Lily Hoàng

Spring

LTTH 255 - Modern Art Movements and Aesthetics Kazim Ali

LTWR 215 - Cross-Genre Workshop “What’s Not in a Name?” Amy Carroll