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For 338: Woman and Literature in North America and Europe
Western Washington University

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Rated 3.5/5

Average Class Difficulty

1.5/5

Rated easy

Average Grade

A

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For 338 Woman and Literature in North America and Europe is a Foreign Language course at Western Washington University taught by the following professor: Pagh.
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  • Class rating 3/5
    Nancy Pagh is a great professor if you just want an easy A and you care nothing for learning. She's also great if you never have any questions for her outside of class and you never have a problem with the group project, and especially if you never, ever need to miss a single day of class because of an emergency. No education happening here. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Pam is a wonderful woman! She has truly opened my eyes to what it means to be a feminist. You can tell she really takes what you say into consideration. Class was easy but the subject was interesting. She's very good at engaging her students in discussions which are far more interesting than lectures. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 3/5
    Nancy Pagh is a great professor if you just want an easy A and you care nothing for learning. She's also great if you never have any questions for her outside of class and you never have a problem with the group project, and especially if you never, ever need to miss a single day of class because of an emergency. No education happening here. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Pam is a wonderful woman! She has truly opened my eyes to what it means to be a feminist. You can tell she really takes what you say into consideration. Class was easy but the subject was interesting. She's very good at engaging her students in discussions which are far more interesting than lectures. ...Continue reading