Warner, William

Professor of English and Comparative Literatue

Steering Committee Member, The Re:Enlightenment Project 

Education: 

Ph.D. The Johns Hopkins University

William Warner's profile can also be accessed through the Early Modern Center faculty profile page.

Contact

Office: 

South Hall 2507

Office Hours: 

Spring 17: please email for appointment

Email: 

warner@english.ucsb.edu

Mailing Address: 

English Department
UC Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9580

Fields/Affiliations: 

Early Modern Studies
Transcriptions: The Culture of Information

Bookshelf

Recent Courses Taught

Quarter Course Title
Spring 2017 ENGL 198H Honors English Senior Thesis
Winter 2017 ENGL 102 English and American Literature from 1650-1789
Winter 2017 ENGL 165FS Topics in Literature: Free Speech and Toleration on Campus
Winter 2017 ENGL 102S Seminar on English and American Literature from 1650 to 1789
Winter 2016 ENGL 102 British and American Literature from 1650 to 1789
Winter 2016 ENGL 102S Seminar on English and American Literature from 1650 to 1789
Fall 2015 ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Reality and the Novels of Jane Austen
Winter 2015 ENGL 165FS Topics in Literature: Free Speech and Censorship – from Milton and Locke to Justice Brandeis and the latest ‘Free Speech Incident’
Winter 2015 ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: George Eliot's Middlemarch
Winter 2015 ENGL 148RP Society, Culture, and Information: Can We Have a Fourth Amendment Right to Privacy in a National Security State?
Fall 2014 ENGL 126A Survey of British Fiction (I) – Reality and the Novel
Fall 2014 ENGL 232 Studies in Restoration and 18th Century Literature: Reality and the Novel
Spring 2014 ENGL 595GE From Milton to /The Monk/: the Genres of the long Enlightenment, their Origins and Destinations
Spring 2014 ENGL 147MC The History and Theory of Media
Spring 2014 ENGL 165EM Topics in Literature: Early American Literature from Discovery to 1850
Winter 2014 ENGL 197 Upper-Division Seminar: Jane Austen's Mature Novels – Mansfield Park, Emma, Persuasion
Winter 2014 ENGL 236 Aural Media – Speech, Sound, and Literature from Plato to 20th Century Sound Poetry, from Dialogue and Oratory to Radio to MP3
Winter 2014 ENGL 595GE From Milton to /The Monk/: the Genres of the long Enlightenment, their Origins and Destinations
Fall 2013 ENGL 595GE Special Graduate Colloquium: From Milton to /The Monk/: the Genres of the long Enlightenment, their Origins and Destinations
Spring 2013 ENGL 165EM Topics in Literature : Cities and Literature: London and Boston in the 17th and 18th centuries