Fall 2017 Class Schedule (CRC)



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ENGLT 303    Introduction to the Short Story    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 101 with a grade of "C" or better; or equivalent skills demonstrated through the assessment process.
General Education: AA/AS Area I; CSU Area C2; IGETC Area 3B
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: Students will read, analyze, and discuss short stories by a wide variety of writers. Reading will emphasize American and British writers but will include authors from other countries as well. Thematic emphasis will focus on the connections between literature and the human condition.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 19-Dec 14
MW        12:00PM-01:20PM LEC K.Feindert           CRC MAIN BSS 113         15267 
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ENGLT 310    English Literature I    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 101 with a grade of "C" or better, or equivalent skills demonstrated through the assessment process.
General Education: AA/AS Area I; CSU Area C2; IGETC Area 3B
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: Study of significant works of major English authors from Beowulf through Samuel Johnson, with consideration of the most important aspects of English literary history. (C-ID ENGL 160)

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 19-Dec 14
MW        12:00PM-01:20PM LEC P.Hansen             CRC MAIN BSS 114         13904 
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ENGLT 320    American Literature I    3 Units

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGWR 300, or equivalent skills demonstrated through the assessment process.
General Education: AA/AS Area I; CSU Area C2; IGETC Area 3B
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course is a survey of the more representative works in American literature from the beginning through the Civil War. (C-ID ENGL 130)

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 19-Dec 14
MW        05:30PM-06:50PM LEC C.Carter             CRC MAIN BSS 148         14855 
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ENGLT 336    Race and Ethnicity in Contemporary American Literature    3 Units

Prerequisite: ENGWR 101 with a grade of "C" or better; or equivalent skills demonstrated through the assessment process.
General Education: AA/AS Area I; AA/AS Area VI; CSU Area C2; IGETC Area 3B
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This class will examine literature written in the United States during the last 50 years in which the issues of race and racism, ethnicity and ethnocentrism, and culture and assimilation predominate the thematic concerns. All genres will be examined, as well as writers from many of the ethnic groups in America, including African Americans, Mexican Americans, Native Americans, and Asian Americans.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 19-Dec 14
W         09:00AM-10:20AM LEC M.Lewis              CRC MAIN T 116           14384 
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TBA       TBA             LEC M.Lewis              CRC MAIN Online          14384 Textbook
Hybrid class - Partly Online/Partly Classroom - Instructor and students have both classroom meetings and online activities.
Students must attend the first mandatory class meeting on Wednesday, August 23, 9:00 a.m. - 10:20 a.m. in T 116 and the mandatory Final Examination on Wednesday, December 13, 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. in T 116.
NOTE: To take this class, you may use the CRC Computer Lab in LRC-204 or BS-145A; otherwise, you MUST have access to a computer with the following minimum requirements: (1) Connection to the Internet, (2) e-mail account, and (3) Microsoft Word software


ENGLT 345    Mythologies of the World    3 Units

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGWR 300
General Education: AA/AS Area I; AA/AS Area VI; CSU Area C2; IGETC Area 3B
Course Transferable to UC/CSU
Hours: 54 hours LEC
Description: This course explores and examines several universal themes of human experience as found through a broad survey of actual myths gathered from around the world. Special emphasis is also placed on the relationships and the similarities of various mythologies. The course includes fairly intensive instruction of primary interpretative theories of mythological research and analysis. This course emphasizes some of the myths underlying the western world view and recognizes diversity and commonality in myths from Middle Eastern, Native North American, African, Asian, and South American cultures. Students analyze, contrast, and compare myths on topics including the goddess culture, creation, the hero's journey, Judeo-Christian themes, the dying god, and psychological applications. From this process, they will gain an understanding of ethnocentrism, ethnicity and racism and the impact of these on the American experience. The format of instruction will involve lecture, group discussion, and other activities.

Schedule: Full Term, Aug 19-Dec 14
TTh       03:00PM-04:20PM LEC S.Coelho             CRC MAIN CAC 204         14594 
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Fall 2017 Class Schedule

Updated: September 19, 2017