Aug 14, 2018  
2018-2019 Cal State East Bay Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Cal State East Bay Catalog

Department of English


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Hayward Hills Campus MapThe Department office is located in the Music and Business building, Room 2579
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
Dept Phone: (510) 885-3282

Faculty

Professors Emeriti

Eileen A. Barrett, Ph.D. Boston College

Jacqueline Doyle, Ph.D. Cornell University

Susan A. Gubernat, M.F.A. University of Iowa

E.J. Murphy, Ph.D. University of Illinois

 

Associate Professor Emerita

Eve M. Lynch, Ph.D. University of California, Davis

 

Professors

Dennis M. Chester, Ph.D. University of Washington

Stephen D. Gutierrez, M.F.A. Cornell University

Sarah E. Nielsen (Chair), Ph.D. University of California, Davis

Ke Zou, Ph.D. University of Southern California

 

Associate Professor

Margaret Tomlinson-Rustick, Ph.D. Washington State University

 

Assistant Professors

Christine Gottlieb, Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles

Ryan Heryford, Ph.D. University of California, San Diego

Douglas Taylor, Ph.D. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

 

Lecturers

Cynthia Andrzejczyk

Sartaz Aziz

Scott Bentley

Sally Baxter

Mary D’Alleva

Ingrid Hufgard

Dale Ireland

Aaron Jason

Rochelle Nameroff

Michael Rovasio

Marina Sapozhnikov

Jeff Scott

Paul White

 

Graduate Coordinator: Eve Lynch

Graduate TESOL Coordinator: Ke Zou

Director of Creative Writing: Stephen D. Gutierrez

Composition Coordinator: Margaret Tomlinson-Rustick

Department Statement

The Department of English offers its diverse student population a rich array of courses in literature, language, creative writing, and composition. The department attempts to foster in its students an understanding and appreciation of 1) the major works of British and American literature, including works by and about ethnicand cultural minorities and women, 2) the history and structure of the English language in all its variety, and 3) the aims and processes of writing, both creative and critical. In all its courses, the department attempts to help its students develop the advanced skills in reading, writing, and critical thinking necessary for successful careers in teaching, publishing, law, administration, and business.

About the Department

Use our university website link to learn more about what the English Department has to offer.

  • Writing Programs
  • Arroyo Literary Review
  • Occam’s Razor
  • Distinguished Writers Program
  • Awards and Prizes
  • And more…

Programs

    Bachelor of Arts

    Minors

    Master of Arts

    Courses

      English: American/Global LiteratureEnglish: American LiteratureEnglish: British LiteratureEnglish: EducationEnglish: FilmEnglish: FoundationEnglish: Global LiteratureEnglish: GraduateEnglish: Language/GrammarPage: 1 | 2

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