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[BC1452] Immigrant and Minority Women Literature

December 09, 2008

Deutsch, Celia
[BC1452] Immigrant and Minority Women Literature

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I read the other reviews about her religion classes and I've taken some religion courses so I have to say unless youre passionate about the topic, most professors will be boring! As for immigrant and minority woman literature, she is AWESOME. True the class does go off on a lot of tangents but its usually on topics related to the book and the converstations are interesting and insightful (it is a seminar). She asks a lot of questions that encourage you to approach reading more analytically but this is a good thing becasue it will help you in your college career. She is definitely a tough grader but not an unfair one. Some of the books were boring but you only have to read it that one time and you can write about the ones you really enjoy so its not that bad. She's super sweet and understanding and always available outside of class to talk with you. This is a class worh takin if youre interested in the subject.

Workload:

A lot of reading but you can get away with not doing all of it. A LOT of writing compared to other seminars but hey, its college. four papers starting with a five page intellectual autobiography assigned on the first day, with two pages added to each successive paper.

Directory Data

Dept/Subj Directory Course Professor Year Semester Time Section
FYSB / FYSB FYSB FYSB BC1452: Accent/Voice: Minority Wmn Literature Celia Deutsch 2008 Fall TR / 4:10- 5:25 PM 1
FYSB / FYSB FYSB FYSB BC1452: Accent/Voice: Minority Wmn Literature Celia Deutsch 2006 Fall TR / 1:10- 2:25 PM 1
FYSB / FYSB FYSB FYSB BC1452: Accent/Voice: Minority Wmn Literature Celia Deutsch 2005 Spring MW / 1:10- 2:25 PM 1