Spring ETS 153-2, Interpretation of Fiction with Claudia Klaver

Jan 5, 2017


Sign up for Dr. Claudia Klaver's ETS 153-2: Interpretation of Fiction!
Spring 2017
TuTh 9:30-10:50am
How do stories shape relations between the self, the other, and the world?
This writing-intensive course will explore these profound and perhaps unanswerable questions about fiction through attention to the details of novels and short stories that are themselves engaged in these questions.
Featured writers include Toni Morrison, Leslie Marmon Silko, Italo Calvino, Nathaniel Hawthorne, D.H. Lawrence, Flannery O’Connor, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

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Faculty and PhD candidate receive Humanities Center fellowships
May 17, 2017
Dr. Mike Goode (Associate Professor) will be a Faculty Fellow in Spring 2018; T.J. West (PhD candidate) will be a Dissertation Fellow in 2017-2018.

PhD students chosen for teaching awards
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Evan Hixon and T.J. West have received Outstanding TA Awards; Amy Burnette and T.J. West have received James Elson Teaching Awards

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