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Ernest Kaulbach

Professor Ph.D., 1970, Cornell University

Professor of English

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C L 315 • World Literature

33895 • Fall 2014
Meets MWF 900am-1000am PAR 204
(also listed as E 316N )
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Instructor:  Kaulbach, E

Unique #:  35600

Semester:  Fall 2014

Cross-lists:  C L 315

Flags:  Global Cultures

Prerequisites: One of the following: E 603A, RHE 306, 306Q, or T C 603A.

Description: This is a course in early Classics: Classics of the West, of Africa, of the Middle East, and of the Far East. We will read nothing written after the 1400s. Works will be interpreted by teachers of the works, as nearly contemporaneous with the works as possible. Class lectures will tell you how and why these selections are important.

Texts: Norton Anthology of World Literature, 2nd edition, Volume A; Timaeus and Critias, ed. Desmond Lee; Sundiata, ed. D.T. Niane; Xerox packet (at IT Copy and Printing, on corner of MLK & Lavaca).

Requirements & Grading: An average of three areas, each of which counts 1/3 of your grade: attendance and quizzes, mid-term essay, final exam. To receive an “A” you must have an “A” in all three areas; same for a “B”. If you fail any area, you fail the class. Miss more than two classes and your attendance grade is reduced by one full grade.

C L 315 • Masterworks Of Lit: World

33650 • Fall 2012
Meets MWF 900am-1000am CBA 4.326
(also listed as E 316K )
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Instructor:  Kaulbach, E            Areas:  n/a

Unique #:  35280            Flags:  Global cultures

Semester:  Fall 2012            Restrictions:  n/a

Cross-lists:  C L 315            Computer Instruction:  No

Prerequisites: Completion of at least thirty semester hours of coursework, including E 603A, RHE 306, 306Q, or T C 603A, and a passing score on the reading section of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) test.

Description: This is a course in early Classics: Classics of the West, of Africa, of the Middle East, and of the Far East. We will read nothing written after the 1400s. Works will be interpreted by teachers of the works, as nearly contemporaneous with the works as possible. Class lectures will tell you how and why these selections are important.

Texts: Norton Anthology of World Literature, 2nd edition, Volume A; Timaeus and Critias, ed. Desmond Lee; Sundiata, ed. D.T. Niane; Xerox packet (at IT Copy and Printing, on corner of MLK & Lavaca).

Requirements & Grading: An average of three areas, each of which counts 1/3 of your grade: attendance and quizzes, mid-term essay, final exam. To receive an “A” you must have an “A” in all three areas; same for a “B”. If you fail any area, you fail the class. Miss more than two classes and your attendance grade is reduced by one full grade.

C L 315 • Masterworks Of Lit: World

33705 • Spring 2012
Meets MWF 900am-1000am PAR 308
(also listed as E 316K )
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Instructor:  Kaulbach, E            Areas:  n/a

Unique #:  35145            Flags:  Global cultures

Semester:  Spring 2012            Restrictions:  n/a

Cross-lists:  C L 315            Computer Instruction:  No

Prerequisites: Completion of at least thirty semester hours of coursework, including E 603A, RHE 306, 306Q, or T C 603A, and a passing score on the reading section of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) test.

Description: This is a course in early Classics: Classics of the West, of Africa, of the Middle East, and of the Far East. We will read nothing written after the 1400s. Works will be interpreted by teachers of the works, as nearly contemporaneous with the works as possible. Class lectures will tell you how and why these selections are important.

Texts: Norton Anthology of World Literature, 2nd edition, Volume A; Timaeus and Critias, ed. Desmond Lee; Sundiata, ed. D.T. Niane; Xerox packet (at IT Copy and Printing, on corner of MLK & Lavaca).

Requirements & Grading: An average of three areas, each of which counts 1/3 of your grade: attendance and quizzes, mid-term essay, final exam. To receive an “A” you must have an “A” in all three areas; same for a “B”. If you fail any area, you fail the class. Miss more than two classes and your attendance grade is reduced by one full grade.

C L 315 • Masterworks Of Lit: World

33550 • Fall 2011
Meets MWF 200pm-300pm PAR 304
(also listed as E 316K )
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Prerequisites: Completion of at least thirty semester hours of coursework, including E 603A, RHE 306, 306Q, or T C 603A, and a passing score on the reading section of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) test.

Description: This is a course in early Classics: Classics of the West, of Africa, of the Middle East, and of the Far East. We will read nothing written after the 1400s. Works will be interpreted by teachers of the works, as nearly contemporaneous with the works as possible. Class lectures will tell you how and why these selections are important. 

Texts: Norton Anthology of World Literature, 2nd ed., Volume A; 
Timaeus and Critias, ed. Desmond Lee
; Sundiata, ed. D.T. Niane; 
Xerox packet (at IT Copy and Printing, on corner of MLK & Lavaca).

Requirements & Grading: An average of three areas, each of which counts 1/3 of your final grade: attendance and quizzes, mid-term essay, final exam. To receive an "A" you must have an "A" in all three areas; same for a "B". If you fail any area, you fail the class. Miss more than 2 classes and your attendance grade is reduced by one full grade.

C L 315 • Masterworks Of Lit: World

33555 • Fall 2011
Meets MWF 100pm-200pm PAR 310
(also listed as E 316K )
show description

Prerequisites: Completion of at least thirty semester hours of coursework, including E 603A, RHE 306, 306Q, or T C 603A, and a passing score on the reading section of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) test.

Description: This is a course in early Classics: Classics of the West, of Africa, of the Middle East, and of the Far East. We will read nothing written after the 1400s. Works will be interpreted by teachers of the works, as nearly contemporaneous with the works as possible. Class lectures will tell you how and why these selections are important. 

Texts: Norton Anthology of World Literature, 2nd ed., Volume A; 
Timaeus and Critias, ed. Desmond Lee
; Sundiata, ed. D.T. Niane; 
Xerox packet (at IT Copy and Printing, on corner of MLK & Lavaca).

Requirements & Grading: An average of three areas, each of which counts 1/3 of your final grade: attendance and quizzes, mid-term essay, final exam. To receive an "A" you must have an "A" in all three areas; same for a "B". If you fail any area, you fail the class. Miss more than 2 classes and your attendance grade is reduced by one full grade.

C L 315 • Masterworks Of Lit: World

33930 • Spring 2011
Meets MWF 900am-1000am PAR 308
(also listed as E 316K )
show description

Prerequisites: Completion of at least thirty semester hours of coursework, including E 603A, RHE 306, 306Q, or T C 603A, and a passing score on the reading section of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) test.

Course Description: This is a course in early Classics: Classics of the West, of Africa, of the Middle East, and of the Far East. We will read nothing written after the 1400s. Works will be interpreted by teachers of the works, as nearly contemporaneous with the works as possible. Class lectures will tell you how and why these selections are important.

Texts: Norton Anthology of World Literature, 2nd ed., Volume A; 
Timaeus and Critias, ed. Desmond Lee
; Sundiata, ed. D.T. Niane; 
Xerox packet (at IT Copy and Printing, on corner of MLK & Lavaca).

Grading: An average of three areas, each of which counts 1/3 of your final grade: attendance and quizzes, mid-term essay, final exam. To receive an "A" you must have an "A" in all three areas; same for a "B". If you fail any area, you fail the class. Miss more than 2 classes and your attendance grade is reduced by one full grade.

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