Survey of Literature: Great Books from World at Large

Nasia Anam

Survey of Literature: Great Books from World at Large

Comparative Literature department

Nasia Anam

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Overall 3.2
Easiness of class 4.0
Workload 3.7
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Clarity of professor 2.7
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Quarter Taken: Winter 2020 Submitted Feb. 26, 2020 Grade Received: NR

I literally did not read a single book for this class and got a 94 on the midterm, A's on both essays, and I'll most likely get an A on the final paper without having to open a single book this class is so easy like go ahead and take it. You're welcome. The class does not test your knowledge on facts from the books so you can literally just look up summaries and write the essays and the midterm is based on easy key terms.

Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted June 14, 2013 Grade Received: N/A

I had Nasia as a T.A. during my Sophomore year with Professor Gabra. Nasia was a wonderful T.A. and was genuinely concerned about student learning and was extremely approachable. She did a wonderful job of further explaining Edward Said's theory of Orientalism, Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon as well as Foucault. Nasia's insight on Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart indeed unique and very insightful. Overall a wonderful t.a. and I hoped for the opportunity of having her again.

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