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Mark Danner teaches at the University of California at Berkeley, where he is Professor of English, Journalism, and Politics, and at Bard College, in New York's Hudson Valley, where he is James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs, Politics, and Humanities. Danner teaches politics, foreign and domestic; international affairs; and literature. He has taught courses that take up political violence and foreign policy crisis; terrorism, torture and the war in Iraq; and Don Juan, Faust and Dostoevsky, among many others.


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Portraits in Black: Dictator, Autocrat, Caudillo

Spring 2013  |  UC Berkeley

Catastrophe, Conflict, Scandal: Long Form and the Decoding of Reality

Spring 2013  |  UC Berkeley

Death From the Sky: Drones, Terror and The New Normal in US Foreign Policy

Fall 2012  |  Al Quds University

Portraits in Black: Dictator, Democrat, Tyrant

Fall 2012  |  Al Quds University

Self Creation: Confession, Memoir, Autobiography

Spring, 2012  |  UC Berkeley

Juicy, Juicy Scandal: Sex, Power, Cash and the Dynamics of Disclosure

Spring, 2012  |  UC Berkeley

In Search of the Arab Awakening: The US and the Modern Middle East

Fall, 2011  |  Al Quds University

From Terror to Counter-Terror: Human Rights in the Wake of 9/11

Fall, 2011  |  Al Quds University

The Long Fact: A Workshop

Spring, 2011  |  UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Tolstoy and the Birth of Literary Realism

Spring 2011  |  UC Berkeley

War of Heroes, War of Machines: Atrocity, Total War and the Epic Imagination

Fall 2010  |  Bard College

Taking Stock of the Forever War: Global Jihad, War on Terror, American Power

Fall 2010  |  Bard College

Power, Violence and Make Believe: Revealing Politics in Fiction

Fall 2009  |  Bard College

Escaping the State of Exception: Terror, Martial Law and Democracy

Fall 2009  |  Bard College

Out of the Ruins: Rebuilding US Foreign Policy After Bush's War on Terror

Spring 2009  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Dreaming Utopia: The Theory and Practice of Ideal Worlds

Fall 2008  |  Bard College

Roguery, Debauchery and War: A Thieves' Journey Through the Picaresque

Fall 2008  |  Bard College

Dreaming Utopia: The Theory and Practice of Ideal Worlds

Fall 2007  |  Bard College

Roguery, Debauchery and War: A Thieves' Journey Through the Picaresque

Fall 2007  |  Bard College

How To Tell The Story: Chekhov and the Depiction of Reality

Spring 2007  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Covering the Arc of Crisis: Policy Making and Reporting in Asia and the Middle East

Spring 2007  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Dostoevsky: The Novelist as Journalist

Spring 2006  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Covering Conflict in a Dangerous World: Crisis Management and American Power

Spring 2006  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Fidelity, Adultery, Promiscuity: In Search of Don Juan

Fall 2005  |  Bard College

Terror, Torture and Truth: Human Rights after 9/11

Fall 2005  |  Bard College

Reporting the Iraq War

Spring 2005  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Covering Conflict in an Age of Terror: Crisis Management and American Power

Spring 2005  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Covering Conflict in an Age of Terror: Crisis Management and American Power

Spring 2004  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

The Editor as God: Shaping the Words, Guiding the Story

Spring 2004  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

The Catastrophe of Knowledge: An Exploration of the Faust Legend

Fall 2003  |  Bard College

The Politics of Terror: Confronting Violent Political Change

Fall 2003  |  Bard College

Covering Catastrophe: The Management of Inernational Crisis

Spring 2003  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

The Politics of Terror: Writing About Violent Political Change

Spring 2003  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

The New World Horror Show: Covering the Crisis and Catastrophe in Foreign Affairs

Spring 2002  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

The Nonfiction Novella

Spring 2002  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Talk Talk, Fight Fight: Ending Conflict, Limiting Arms

Spring 2001  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

The Nonfiction Novella

Spring 2001  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Editing Workshop

Spring 2000  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Reporting on India, Pakistan, and Tibet: Covering Crisis in the Subcontinent

Spring 2000  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Nightmares: Covering Political Conflict and Global Catastrophe in the Next Millenium

Fall 1999  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Economic Chaos and its Bloody Repercussions: International Institutions and the Countries They Run

Spring 1999  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

Wars, Coups and Revolutions: Political Violence and How to Write About It

Fall 1998  |  UC-Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
© 2013 Mark Danner