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Joanna Williams
Professor in the Art History department
at University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
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Overall Quality
3.8
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Helpfulness
3.8
Clarity
3.8
Easiness
3.0
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4 Student Ratings
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05/04/2008
good
4 Helpfulness
5 Clarity
2 Easiness
HOA30 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Sorta interested Grade Received: N/A

Sweet old lady, very knowledgeable and clear and tends to crack jokes. You MUST attend every lecture and really pay attention b/c she is the only source of the info you need to remember - textbook not used much and no hard copies of anything except lists of works.

12/19/2007
average
3 Helpfulness
2 Clarity
2 Easiness
hart137 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: You need it sometimes Rater Interest: Sorta interested Grade Received: N/A

The class might be interesting if she didn't jump around so much. For the final I had to memorize 521 slides, and that was just for the last half of the semester. She is not really clear, but she has good intentions. Not VERY interesting...

09/29/2007
good
4 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
4 Easiness
HOA136C Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: You need it sometimes Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: N/A

She's very well learned. Extremely knowledgeable in the field. She's kind of absent-minded, though. Doesn't remember all of her students very well.

12/29/2006
good
4 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
4 Easiness
AHIST30 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: You need it sometimes Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: N/A

Professor Williams is a very knowledgable, sweet woman. Knowing the content of the lectures is essential for doing well in the course so attendance is essential. Overall an interesting course that shouldn't give you too much trouble if you spend the time to memorize most of the slides and understand the big ideas (which she makes very clear).

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