Loretta Gaffney

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LBR STD 153
Stories of Struggle: Work, Class, and Narrative in Contemporary America See Full Profile

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LBR&WS 153
Stories of Struggle: Work, Class, and Narrative in Contemporary America See Full Profile

Overall 5.0 Easiness 4.0 Workload 4.0 Clarity 5.0 Helpfulness 5.0

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At a large research institution like UCLA, it's very easy to feel like just another number. Thus was not the case in Prof. Gaffney's course. She went above and beyond in every definition of the word to ensure that we were appropriately engaged with the material. Her syllabus was accurate and the corresponding lectures were both topical and enjoyable. However, perhaps my favorite part of the course and arguably most impactful was the feedback she gave in response to our essays. Never has a professor shown so much care and attention towards the work I submitted by creating a video detailing critiques/general commentary. Prof. Gaffney is indicative of what teaching and education ought to be and if I weren't graduating, I'd enroll in her courses every quarter if I could. She is the blueprint and the new standard I will measure my professors against.

(Fall Quarter 2020)
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LBR STD 188
Special Courses in Labor and Workplace Studies: La Doméstica: Race, Class, and Gender in Domestic Work See Full Profile

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