CT faculty will be teaching twelve spring 2020 courses that count towards the Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory. These courses reflect the interdisciplinary breadth of the Program, with core and elective options in Anthropology, Education, English, Ethnic Studies, Film, French, Rhetoric, and Spanish.
For more information on spring courses, full course descriptions, and the curricular requirements of the Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory, please visit our Courses page.
Spring 2020 Critical Theory Courses: CORE
- Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit | Philosophy 290 005 (Critical Theory 200) | Andreja Novakovic
- Critique of Capitalism, or Reading Marx Now | English 250 003 (Critical Theory 240) | Colleen Lye
Spring 2020 Critical Theory Courses: ELECTIVE (Critical Theory 290)
- Wittgenstein and Anthropology | Anthropology 250X 005 | Charles Hirschkind
- Technological Selves and Sociotechnical Systems | Anthropology 250X 004 | Sarah E. Vaughn
- Proseminar: Sociocultural Critique of Education | Education 280B 001 | Zeus Leonardo
- Comedy and Violence | English 203 003 | Catherine Flynn
- History and Narrativity: Contemporary Theories and Methods | Ethnic Studies 201 001 | Raul Coronado, Jr.
- Theorizing Film and Media | Film 200 001 | Damon Young
- Traditions of Critical Thought—Literature and Anthropology | French 274 001 | Soraya Tlatli *Discussion in English, texts in French
- Crisis and Entanglement in Science and Culture | Philosophy 290 004 | Alva Noë
- Classical Rhetorical Theory and Practice | Rhetoric 200 001 | James Porter
- Feminisms/Potentia/Life | Spanish 280 002 | Natalia Brizuela