J Schultz

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LGBTS M114
Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies Full Profile > 4.3 Overall 1.3 Easiness 1.7 Workload 4.5 Clarity 4.7 Helpfulness
Seriously, anybody that found this course challenging should reconsider school. This was the worst course I have ever taken. He assigns amazing readings... (June 1, 2011)
LGBTS M114
Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies See Full Profile

Overall 4.3 Easiness 1.3 Workload 1.7 Clarity 4.5 Helpfulness 4.7

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Seriously, anybody that found this course challenging should reconsider school. This was the worst course I have ever taken. He assigns amazing readings and then basically encourages you not to do them. Test questions are like "What year was the Stonewall Rebellion?" Maybe that is interesting for people with absolutely no knowledge of history, current events, or politics. It was like mental atrophy for me. Honestly, I didn't show up for over a month and I still got an A. If you care about the subject of LGBT studies at all do not take this course. Most people in it weren't aware it was even an upper-division class! He is very hostile towards queer theory or queer of color critiques. I was offended by the fact that he is allowed to teach a course that purports to introduce students to LGBT studies. But if you are seriously illiterate and live under a rock then maybe this course is difficult?

(June 1, 2011)
LGBTS M118
Queering American History Full Profile > 4.6 Overall 1.6 Easiness 1.6 Workload 4.8 Clarity 4.8 Helpfulness
It was nice to get to know Schultz in such a small, intimate class. He's a very nice, funny guy. The subject material was very interesting. I personally... (April 28, 2010)
LGBTS M118
Queering American History See Full Profile

Overall 4.6 Easiness 1.6 Workload 1.6 Clarity 4.8 Helpfulness 4.8

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It was nice to get to know Schultz in such a small, intimate class. He's a very nice, funny guy. The subject material was very interesting. I personally would've preferred that Schultz lectured more instead of the entire class being a discussion. This class required very little time--there is only one 5-page final paper. There were a lot of readings but as long as you skim them and have a few things to talk about, you're good. The critical analyses are only due every three classes and they're easy. Your grade basically comes down to how well you do on the final paper; I pulled off an A. As long as you're ok with the fact that this class is basically a seminar (not a lecture) and you're interested in learning about queer history, take it!

(April 28, 2010)
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