CT faculty will be teaching thirteen spring 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 Education, English, Film, French, Law, Philosophy, and Rhetoric.
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 2021 Critical Theory Courses: CORE*
- Rhetorical Theory and Criticism: Rhetorical Theory and Criticism: Black Radical/Modern German Thought | Rhetoric 240G 001 (Critical Theory 205) | Fumi Okiji
- Freud and His Followers | English 250 003 (Critical Theory 240) | Poulomi Saha
- Law & Political Economy | Law 271.11 (Critical Theory 240) | David Grewal
*Critical Theory 200 will be offered in Fall 2021. Students needing to discuss plans to satisfy CT course requirements that they must have completed by the end of the Spring 2021 semester – but that they are having difficulties doing, scheduling, and/or enrolling for – should write to Patty Dunlap or Dan Blanton.
Spring 2021 Critical Theory Courses: ELECTIVE (Critical Theory 290)
- Race, Whiteness Studies, and Education | Education 281A (Critical Theory 290) | Zeus Leonardo
- Graduate Readings: Radical Enlightenment | English 203 003 (Critical Theory 290) | Amanda Goldstein
- Graduate Readings: Philosophical Contexts for Modernist Poetry | English 203 004 (Critical Theory 290) | Charles Altieri
- Graduate Film Theory Seminar | Film 200 001 (Critical Theory 290) | Mary Ann Doane
- Literary Criticism: Recent Work in French: Precarity, Care, Security | French 270A 001 (Critical Theory 290) | Eglantine Colon
- Law & History Foundation Seminar (American Legal History) | Law 267.4/History 280D (Critical Theory 290) | Christopher Tomlins
- Law & Political Economy | Law 271.11 (Critical Theory 290) | David Grewal
- Politics and the Common Good | Philosophy 290 005 (Critical Theory 290) | Hans Sluga
- Classical Rhetorical Theory and Practice | Rhetoric 200 001 (Critical Theory 290) | James I. Porter
- Advanced Study in Sociology Theory: Contemporary Sociological Theory – Durkheim, Elias, Foucault | Sociology 202B (Critical Theory 290) | Lois Wacquant