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Widely recognized as one of the leading departments in the nation, English at UCLA long has been known for its innovative research and excellence in teaching. Today, the English Department maintains its strong commitment to traditional areas of study, while also supporting groundbreaking research and teaching in new and interdisciplinary approaches to literary studies. Each year, our stellar faculty of nationally and internationally renowned scholars offer a rich array of undergraduate and graduate courses which reflect the great breadth of literatures in English. Our undergraduate program offers students a historically informed and geographically diverse perspective on literature, while also developing writing and analytic skills. Students in our graduate program have the opportunity to engage a wide variety of critical and scholarly approaches to English literatures and cultures.

Cover page of Subject and the City: <em>Sex and the City’s</em> Exposure of Feminine Pursuits in ‘Secret Sex’

Subject and the City: Sex and the City’s Exposure of Feminine Pursuits in ‘Secret Sex’

(2019)

Capstone Project submitted for English 184.3: Pornography and Politics of Sexual Representation (Professor Christopher Mott, Winter 2019).

Cover page of Consuming Raw: Cannibalistic Transformation in Julia Ducournau’s <em>Raw</em> (2016)

Consuming Raw: Cannibalistic Transformation in Julia Ducournau’s Raw (2016)

(2019)

Capstone Project submitted for English 184.3: Pornography and Politics of Sexual Representation (Professor Christopher Mott, Winter 2019).

Cover page of Female Magic as a Source of Power in Rosario Ferré’s “Sleeping Beauty”

Female Magic as a Source of Power in Rosario Ferré’s “Sleeping Beauty”

(2019)

Capstone Project submitted for English 184.6: Magical Realism (Professor Jenny Sharpe, Winter 2019).

Cover page of Changing the Unchangeable: The Transformative Power of Queerness in Magical Realism

Changing the Unchangeable: The Transformative Power of Queerness in Magical Realism

(2019)

Capstone Project submitted for English 184.6: Magical Realism (Professor Jenny Sharpe, Winter 2019).

Cover page of Can the Subaltern Speak?: The Ringing Feminine Silence at the center of Allende’s “And of Clay are we Created”

Can the Subaltern Speak?: The Ringing Feminine Silence at the center of Allende’s “And of Clay are we Created”

(2019)

Capstone Project submitted for English 184.6: Magical Realism (Professor Jenny Sharpe, Winter 2019).