Tufts University: Lecia Rosenthal - English - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
Professor Rosenthal is incredibly intelligent person and is very concerned with student's understanding, at least on some level, of the very lofty topics this course covers. She tends to lecture more than most English professors who teach in this setting and students tend to shy away from talking in class because her eloquence and understanding of these complex topics can be intimidating. However, once students get a better idea of the material after the first two weeks of classes, the class moves closer to a discussion. Anyway, despite these barriers, I feel like I learned an incredible amount in this class that I have been able to apply to other classes as well. OMG I love her.
Workload was reasonable for an English class. I'm an English Major so I expect about a book or so a week. Some weeks we had reading passages and not books so that was helpful. Some of the readings were quite difficult, but nothing was too long. Each reading required a short reading response, but the responses and her comments on them were helpful later on for the two or so papers we had. Also, the reading needed to be done because there was a reading test halfway through the semester and I think on the final as well.
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