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English 25 - Literature and the Information, Media, and Communication Revolutions

 

How have language, reading, and literature responded to revolutions in media, communication, and information technology?  This course introduces the history and theory of the major changes in human discourse that have led up to our current information age.  Readings in literary and artistic works exemplify the creative artist's response to these changes.

 

  • Prerequisites: None
  • General Education Areas Fulfilled: GE Area G Requirement, Writing Requirement
  • Catalog Course Entry: ENGL 25
  • Quarter: Spring 2019
  • Instructor: Professor Alan Liu
    (Office hours: Fri. 3-4 pm, SH 2521)
  • Lecture Day(s): MWF
  • Lecture Time: 2:00pm - 2:50pm
  • Lecture Location: Buchanan 1940

Transcriptions logo

Logo from original UCSB English Dept's Transcriptions Center -- Literature & Culture of Information site, c. 1998

(current Transciptions site)

Section Information -- TAs:

 
TA
Time / Location  
 
Rebecca Baker T 4-4:50 (SH 2617)  
  Rebecca Baker T 5-5:50 (SH 2617)
 
  Teddy Roland T 1-1:50 (SH 2623)
 
  Teddy Roland T 2-2:50 (SH 2623)
 
  Tyler Shoemaker R 9-9:50 (SH 2623)  
  Tyler Shoemaker R 10-10:50 (SH 2623)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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