Saturday, January 09, 2010

Spring 2010 at SDSU: ENGL 563 DRUGS, SEX, ROCK & ROLL



...click the following image
to read the course description:
ENGL 563 Sec 2; DRUGS, SEX, ROCK & ROLL
3 units; Sched#21026; Lecture
9:30am-10:45am; TTH; HH-210; W. NERICCIO

Here are the required books!


Hit each of the following images to get yourself acquainted with the requirements for our seminar:

English 549, Spring 2010, SDSU | Professor William Nericcio | DYSTOPIA DYSTOPIA

click the following image to read the course description:


ENGL 549, Sec 1
DYSTOPIAS & UTOPIAS,3 units
Sched#21023; 11:00am-12:15pm
TTH; HH-222; W. NERICCIO

Here are the required books for my Spring 2010 Dystopias Class at SDSU:





Hit these images and read carefully--these two pages outline your requirements for our beloved, dystopic class:

Erased From the Internet: “Drugs, Sex, & Rock n'roll- Seductive Hallucinations” English

When the Department of English and Comparative Literature at SDSU decided to move away from my design for their website (I had webmastered there the last 11 years), they did so in a way that wiped me virtually off the face of the internet.

So it goes.

In any event, I am teaching a class called Drugs, Sex, and Rock n'roll for SDSU in the Spring--until I locate a reliable server, I will post the course description here:

Here's the scoop on my two Spring 2010 classes:

ENGL 549 Sec 1
DYSTOPIAS & UTOPIAS
3 units
Sched#21023
Lecture11:00am-12:15pm
TTH
HH-222
W. NERICCIO

these are the required books:


ENGL 563 Sec 2
DRUGS, SEX, ROCK & ROLL
3 units
Sched#21026
Lecture
9:30am-10:45am
TTH
HH-210
W. NERICCIO

Thursday, January 07, 2010

NOW STREAMING--TextMex LIVE on Gustavo Arellano's Show Today on KPFK at 3:00pm, Thursday, January 7, 2010

The Gustavo Arellano Show on KPFK last Thursday is now available as a podcast, stream, or download--if these links tank or crash, go here for the main KPFK archive.




Hit this link to listen live at around 3:20pm today; alternatively, the podcast/streaming link will appear here later this week!

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

William A. Nericcio, WEB-Index Restored, sort of...

As I noted in my last post, the technique for updating the sdsu lit homepage basically wiped my decades long web project off the net; I have restored a facsimile of the page at this new address: http://malas.sdsu.edu/textmex/

Many of the links are now broken; over the next year or so, I will try to restore them. Thanks to all of you who have written in to bemoan the deletion of years of web-based fun!

The Tex[t]-Mex Galleryblog on FACEBOOK!