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Joseph Bristow is this year's winner of the Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Faculty. Joseph Bristow, Distinguished Professor in the Department of English, is one of six recipients of this year’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Faculty, and the recipient of the particular honor “Distinction in Teaching at the Graduate Level.” Professor Bristow is an internationally renowned scholar of Victorian and Modernist literatures with a special emphasis on British aestheticism, particularly Oscar Wilde and his circle, on feminist canon reforms, Queer theory and histories of sexuality. read more>>

Joseph Bristow is this year's winner of the Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Faculty

Joseph Bristow is this year's winner of the Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Faculty. Joseph Bristow, Distinguished Professor in the Department of English, is one of six recipients of this year’s Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Faculty, and the recipient of the particular honor “Distinction in Teaching at the Graduate Level.” Professor Bristow is an internationally renowned scholar of Victorian and Modernist literatures with a special emphasis on British aestheticism, particularly Oscar Wilde and his circle, on feminist canon... Read more

In memoriam: UCLA emerita English professor and author Carolyn See

In memoriam: UCLA emerita English professor and author Carolyn See Author, critic and UCLA emerita English professor Carolyn See, 82, died July 13 in Santa Monica as a result of congestive heart failure. Among her 10 books are a critically acclaimed memoir, “Dreaming: Hard Luck and Good Times in America,” the nonfiction primer “Making a Literary Life” and the novels “There Will Never Be Another You,” “Golden Days” and “The Handyman.” A longtime book critic, she wrote regular reviews... Read more