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The English Department welcomes FIRST Scholar Dr. Rita Barnard, Director of Comparative Literature Program and professor of English and Comparative Literature at University of Pennsylvania. CU-Boulder’s Faculty in Residence Summer Term (FIRST) program brings prominent scholars to teach during summer session and broadens both the faculty expertise and curricula offered to students enrolled in summer courses.
Dr. Barnard will be teaching a graduate-level course, “South African Literature and Global Modernity” in summer 2016. The course is also open to graduate-level students from other departments and to upper-level undergraduates in good standing. Contact Dr. Barnard at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the course and for permission to enroll.
Read an interview with English professors Jason Gladstone, Karen Jacobs, Teresa Toulouse and Laura Winkiel about the department’s Environmental Literary Studies Program.
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.