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UCSB Reads 2022: Faculty & Courses

Teaching the UCSB Reads Book

Hear from UCSB faculty across the disciplines who have successfully incorporated the UCSB Reads book into a course and learn how the UCSB Reads program can support your instruction.

Panelists include Tim Dewar (Gervirtz Graduate School of Education), Brian Donnelly (English), Kathy Foltz (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology), Behrooz Parhami (Electrical & Computer Engineering), and Kathy Patterson (Writing Program). Moderated by Elina Salminen (CITRAL).

 

Course Integration - Winter Quarter 2022

Winter 2022:

  ART 100: Intermediate Contemporary Painting Issues;  Jane Callister

CMPSC 185: Human-Computer Interaction; Misha Sra

CMPSC1901: Introduction to Natural Language Processing; William Wang

ED E 371: Professional Issues; Tim Dewar

ENGL 10: Introduction to Literary Study - Exploring Literature and the Culture of Information; Brian Donnelly

ENGL 146AI: Literature and/of Artificial Intelligence; Rita Raley

ENGL165AD: Transpacific Speculative Fiction: Imagining Asian Pacific Futures;  Heidi Amin-Hong

FEMST 139: Women of Color Revolutionary Dialogues;  Grace Chang

FEMST 186: Gender and Society;  Grace Chang

LING 12: Approached to University Writing for Multilingual Students; Amy Small

MCDB 194KF: Science for the Common Good;  Kathy Foltz

PHIL 145: Punishment & Responsibility; Elinor Mason

RG ST 110F: Religion and Science Fiction; Rudy Busta

WRIT 2: Academic Writing 2;  Christopher Dean

WRIT 109SS: Writing for the Social Sciences; Kathy Patterson

  

  

Contact Us

Please let us know if you would like a review copy by emailing UCSBReads@library.ucsb.edu.

If you have decided to incorporate Exhalation:Stories by Ted Chiang into a 2022 course, please email UCSBReads@library.ucsb.edu with the course title, quarter, expected enrollment, and total number of copies needed.

Course Integration - Spring 2022

Spring 2022:

AS AM 5: Introduction to Asian American Literature; erin Khue Ninh

ENG 134AD: Asian American Literature; Heidi Amin-Hong

ED E 371: Professional Issues; Tim Dewar

ENV S 193CP: Conservation Planning;  Stephanie Moret

GLOBL 1: Global History, Culture & Ideology; Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky

HIST 2C/2CH: World History, 1700-present;  Harold Marcuse

LING W 12: Approaches to University Writing for Multilingual Students ; Andreea Corona

LING 3G: EMS: Advanced Graduate Writing for International Students;  Ingrid Bowman

WRIT 1: Writing 1; Brian C. Ernst

WRIT 109SS: Writing for the Social Sciences; Kathy Patterson

Get Copies for Your Class

CONTACT US

If you have decided to incorporate Exhalation:Stories by Ted Chiang into a 2022 winter or spring class, please email UCSBReads@library.ucsb.edu with the course title, quarter, expected enrollment, and total number of copies needed.

PRINT COPIES

Faculty who are considering incorporating the book into a winter or spring course can have a copy mailed to their preferred address by writing UCSBReads@library.ucsb.edu.

Students can receive a free copy of the book during the UCSB Reads Book Giveaway outside the Library's West Paseo entrance on Tuesday, February 1 from 10am while supplies last.

For all other questions, please email UCSBReads@library.ucsb.edu.


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