John Pistelli

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TEACHING

I have here archived some old syllabi for courses I’ve taught, largely because I myself like to wander around on the Internet looking at syllabi.  In fact, sometimes I think the syllabus is one of the great unappreciated narrative forms of our time.  I place what I believe to be the best of mine here for the bored, the curious, and whoever else may find them interesting.  (And see also RECOMMENDED READING on this site.)

Fall 2017 – Literature and Public Life

Fall 2017 – Introduction to Multicultural Literatures of the US

Fall 2017 – Readings in the Graphic Novel

Spring 2017 – Literature and Public Life

Spring 2017 – Survey of American Literatures and Cultures I

Spring 2017 – The History of Comics

Fall 2016 – Readings in the Graphic Novel

Spring 2016 – The History of Comics

Fall 2015 – Textual Analysis

Fall 2015 – Readings in the Graphic Novel

Spring 2015 – Textual Analysis

Spring 2015 – Survey of American Literatures and Cultures I

Spring 2015 – The History of Comics

Fall 2014 – Readings in the Graphic Novel

Fall 2014 – Introduction to Poetry

Spring 2014 – Textual Analysis

Fall 2013 – Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction

Spring 2012 – Textual Analysis

Fall 2011 – Historical Survey of British Literature II

Summer 2009 – Introduction to Multicultural Literatures of the US

Spring 2008 – University Writing

4 comments on “TEACHING

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  2. Jason Preater
    31 December 2016

    The syllabus as a narrative form! That sounds like The Glass Bead Game.

  3. Pingback: Back to School: Literature and Life | John Pistelli

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