CT Faculty Announce Fall 2021 DE Courses

CT faculty will be teaching twelve fall 2021 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, Comparative Literature, Education, English, Gender & Women’s Studies, Geography, German, History, Law, and Philosophy.

For more information on fall courses, full course descriptions, and the curricular requirements of the Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory, please visit our Courses page.

Fall 2021 Core Courses

Critical Theory 200

  • English | Research Seminars: “Critical Philosophy: Kant, Hegel, Marx” | Dan Blanton

Critical Theory 240*

  • Gender & Women’s Studies | Capitalism, Gender and the Present Moment | Leslie Salzinger
  • Geography | Southern Questions: Gramsci, Subalternity and the World | Sharad Chari
  • German | History and concept: Phenomenology, narrative, figure | Karen Feldman

*These courses can also fulfill the electives (Critical Theory 290) requirement

Fall 2021 Elective Courses (Critical Theory 290)

  • Anthropology | Art/Cure | Stefania Pandolfo
  • Education | Sociocultural Critique of Education | Zeus Leonardo
  • Education | Race, Whiteness Studies and Education | Zeus Leonardo
  • Gender & Women’s Studies | Capitalism, Gender and the Present* | Leslie Salzinger
  • Geography | Southern Questions: Gramsci, Subalternity and the World* | Sharad Chari
  • German | History and concept: Phenomenology, narrative, figure* | Karen Feldman
  • German | Robert Musil and European Modernism | Niklaus Largier
  • History | Yesterday’s Tomorrows: Past Visions of the Future | Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann & Andrew Shanken
  • Law/History | American Legal History | Christopher Tomlins
  • Philosophy | Hegel’s Subjective Logic | Andreja Novakovic