Noelle Brada-Williams' Home Page

Founder and Managing Editor of Asian American Literature: Discourses and Pedagogies

(Volume Four now available of this open access peer-reviewed journal,)

Associate Chair of the Department of English and Comparative Literature

Graduate Coordinator for English and Comparative Literature

Asian American Literature: Resources for Research Website


Office Hours for Fall 2013:

Mondays 1-2 PM, Tuesdays 1-3 PM, and Fridays 1-3 PM and additional times by appointment
Office: FO 102
Office Phone: 924-4439
Email: Noelle.Brada-Williams@sjsu.edu


Fall 2013 Courses

English 101: Introduction to Literary Criticism

Monday and Wednesday 10:30 to 11:45

English 117A: American Film, Literature, and Culture

Fridays 9:30 to 12:15


Some Important Links
Turnitin.com
San Jose State Library
Electronic Resources at San Jose State Specifically for Language and Literature
San Jose State English Department
Noelle's "Ethnicity in American Literature" Reading List for Further Study

  Previous Courses

English 1A
English 1B: Composition

English 56A: English Literature to the Late Eighteenth Century

English 100W

English 117: Film, Literature, and Cultures

English 148: British Literature 1660-1800

English 153A: The 18th-Century British Novel


English 168: The American Novel

English 169: Ethnicity in American Literature


English 174: Literature, Self, and Society


English 195: Senior Seminar in Literary Theories


English 196: Asian American Literature
(note that 196 is an experimental number, Asian American Literature can now be found under 165.)

Graduate Courses

English 201:  Methods and Materials of Literary Research


English 204: Seminar in Modern Approaches to Literature (an Intro to Literary Theory course)


English 230: 18th Century British Literature

English 254: Seminar in Genres of American Literature- Short Story Collections, Cycles, Sequences and Novels of Linked Stories

English 255: Racial and Ethnic Identity Formation in American Literature

English 255: Race, Ethnicity, and Historiography in American Literature



Please note that these pages are maintained solely by Dr. Brada-Williams and only after her teaching, researching, and grading responsibilties are done.  Faulty links and dated material inevitably find their way in.
Forward questions to Noelle.Brada-Williams@sjsu.edu
Last updated August 2013.