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Class Schedule

Fall 2019


Type Status Title Days Time Instructor
Evening Class  Online Class IN PROGRESS LIT. 201 - 95450 - American Literature I
LIT. 201 AMERICAN LITERATURE I (3)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)

Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105, or equivalent.
Study of American Literature from the European conquest of the Americas through the 18th and 19th centuries. Lectures, discussions, reading of primary and secondary works, and writing of critical papers. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (C2).
TBA Erwert,A
Evening Class  Online Class IN PROGRESS LIT. 231 - 95451 - Survey of British Literature I
LIT. 231 SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE I (3)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)

Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105, or equivalent.
Study of the typical works of major British writers from the 8th to the 18th Century. Lectures, discussions, related readings, and writing of critical papers. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (C2).
TBA Erwert,A
Day Class   IN PROGRESS LIT. 370 - 95816 - Lit Read. Latino in US
LIT. 370 READINGS IN LITERATURE OF THE LATINO IN THE UNITED STATES (3)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)

Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105, or equivalent.
A study of the historical, sociopolitical, and cultural concerns of Latinos in the U.S. as these appear in novels, short stories, and poetry. A glimpse into the struggle for self-identity and the forces that interact in the course of this struggle. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (C2).
T Th 11:10am-12:25pm Lachmayr,L
Day Class   IN PROGRESS LIT. 370 - 96709 - Lit Readof Latino inU.S. PROM
LIT. 370 READINGS IN LITERATURE OF THE LATINO IN THE UNITED STATES (3)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)

Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL 100 or ENGL 105, or equivalent.
A study of the historical, sociopolitical, and cultural concerns of Latinos in the U.S. as these appear in novels, short stories, and poetry. A glimpse into the struggle for self-identity and the forces that interact in the course of this struggle. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (C2).
T Th 11:10am-12:25pm Lachmayr,L
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