Engl10CSyllabus - 1 10C English Literature 1832 to the...

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10C: English Literature, 1832 to the Present Professor Joseph Bristow Undergraduate Lecture Series, Fall 2008 G ENERAL  I NFORMATION PLEASE   READ   THIS   DOCUMENT   CAREFULLY Professor Bristow’s Office: Humanities 264 (310) 825 3363;  [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1.00-2.00pm; other times by appointment (send email for  appointment). Lectures: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 11.00-11.50am, Kinsey Pavilion 1220B Students with disabilities, students on the athletics program, and students on academic  probation are urged to see the professor during office hours . Please note: Your professor requests that you direct questions about your papers, points  raised in class discussion, and other issues relating to your studies of the texts to your  Teaching Assistant in the first instance. If your TA in unable to answer any queries that  you may have about the course, then you are more than welcome to meet with Professor  Bristow during his office hours. If you wish to drop the course, then you will need to  leave the appropriate form—together with an explanation and a contact number—in  Professor Bristow’s box in the General Office of the English Department. T EACHING  A SSISTANTS Jacqueline Ardam  [email protected]  Ronjaunee Chatterjee  [email protected] Renée Hudson,  [email protected] Justine Pizzo,  [email protected] Your TA will inform you of his/her office hours. When meeting with your TA, remember  that it is your responsibility to have ideas and questions for discussion prepared in  advance. It goes without saying that your TA will offer all the help that she can give. S ECTIONS Section A: Jacqueline Ardam, Fridays, 1.00-1.50pm, Rolfe 3134 Section B: Ronjaunee Chatterjee, Fridays, 1.00-1.50pm, Haines 122 Section C: Renée Hudson, Fridays, 1.00-1.50pm, Haines A6 1
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Section D: Justine Pizzo, Fridays, 1.00-1.50pm, Haines A28 Section E: Jacqueline Ardam, Fridays, 2.00-2.50pm, Haines 110 Section F: Ronjaunee Chatterjee, Fridays,, Haines 122 Section G: Renée Hudson, Fridays, 2.00-2.50pm, Haines A6 Section H: Justine Pizzo, Fridays, 2.00pm-2.50pm, Haines A28 Since Professor Bristow is required to observe the TAs’ teaching on at least one occasion  during the quarter, he will be visiting all of the sections in weeks 7 and 8. At the time of circulating this document, there are 133 students enrolled in 10C. There  are 160 places available. It is very important that the TAs have an equitable teaching  load. Since sections D, G, and H have plenty of spaces, we will invite students in the  other full or nearly full sections (A, B, C, E, and F) to redistribute themselves among 
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