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UCSB Reads 2017: UCSB Courses

UCSB Bookclubs

College of Creative Studies weekly book club event at their weekly Dean's coffee with students.

Literature Club Book Club. 

MultiCultural Center Bookclub. Contact: Rogelio de Jesus Vargas (Rogelio.Vargas2@sa.ucsb.edu)

Undocumented Student Services. Contact Diana Valdiva: Diana.Valdivia@sa.ucsb.edu

Course Integration

The following classes will be reading Into the Beautiful North as part of their coursework:

Winter 2017

ED 118 The Research University and the Transfer Student Experience (Don Lubach)

ED E 321 Secondary English Language/Arts Methods (Tim Dewar)

HIST 164I B American Immigration (Monica Garcia)

CLASS 40 Greek Mythology  (Helen Morales)

COMP lIT 36 Global Humanities:The Poetics and Politics of Witnessing (Elisabeth Weber)

Writing I (Nicole Warwick)

Spring 2017

ED E 371 Professional Issues in Teaching English/Language Arts: Secondary (Tim Dewar)

HIST 144B Social Cultural History of the U.S.-Mexico Border (Miroslava Chavez-Garcia)

CH ST 183 US/ Mexico border Narratives (Ellie Hernandez)

CHST 1C Intro to Culture course (Dolores Inés Casillas)

Writing 2: Academic Communities for Excellence (Ilene Miele)

Writing 2: Academic Writing (Corinne Bancroft)

 

Can you incorporate Into the Beautiful North into your winter or spring quarter courses in any way? The Library has free advance copies of the book to distribute to faculty members who are considering participating in UCSB Reads. To request a copy, please contact:

Alex Regan, Events & Exhibitions Librarian
Phone: 805-893-3605
Email: aregan@ucsb.edu


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