For a detailed list of restrictions, days offered, times, and room locations for the English courses offered this fall, you may also log into myCUinfo. Continuing Education courses are listed under the Undergraduate Courses section.
Read an interview with English professors Jason Gladstone, Karen Jacobs, Teresa Toulouse and Laura Winkiel about the department’s Environmental Literary Studies Program.
Check out these other interdisciplinary courses available to students:
ARTH 6939: Representation and Gender in the Americas
Professor James Córdova. Meets every Thursday, 2-4:30pm in VAC 303
Touching on the themes of divinity/goddess, model women, deviants, and violence, this course especially focuses on women’s social roles and the nature and function of their representations in pre-Hispanic and colonial times in Latin America. Course readings and discussions will draw from a variety of academic disciplines. This interdisciplinary range will challenge and encourage students to think outside a single disciplinary canon and situate their thinking within an intellectually diverse framework that takes into consideration their own assumptions and biases. Email: James.Cordova@colorado.edu
If you are age 18-54 and you’d like to audit a class, check out the Continuing Education for details. For Colorado residents age 55 and over, the university offers a special senior auditor program. Refer to information at CU Boulder Alumni Association. For Colorado residents age 55 and over, there is a special senior auditor program offered by the CU-Boulder Alumni Association.