American Popular Literature

English department

Jennifer Sharpe

American Popular Literature

English department

Jennifer Sharpe

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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted May 22, 2012 Grade Received: N/A

I took Professor Sharpe's WS 110B Feminist Theory Through the Humanities and it remains to be one of my favorite classes to date at UCLA and I graduate in 3 weeks. The class was divided into different sections, first we started with theory and then delved into how it pertains to women of color. The last section was applying theory to rewriting myths, such as Sleeping Beauty and other various cultural mythical portrayals of women. The class blew my mind and Prof. Sharpe was fantastic, she was always eager to let the class debate and discuss their opinions. However, she has a keen eye for those that did not do their work and did not tolerate laziness. If you want to be intellectually challenged and be in an atmosphere where you can really discuss theory and delve into your major, then take one of Sharpe's classes. I am sad that this was the only chance I had to be her student.

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