Course Description and ObjectivesCourse Description and Objectives
The images and ideas we’ll confront range from mythical to cultural, compelling us to constantly relate theories and ideas to stories and our own life experiences
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Aml2410: Topics in American Literature and Culture section 4800: Early American Women WritersAml2410: Topics in American Literature and Culture section 4800: Early American Women Writers
Texts read in this class will include those by Anne Bradstreet, Mary Rowlandson, Phillis Wheatly, Susanna Rowson, Hannah Foster, Sarah Kemble Knight and Elizabeth Ashbridge. We will also read several critical essays to help us contextualize this
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Aml 2070: Survey of American LiteratureAml 2070: Survey of American Literature
American literary history, in addition to information about the cultural, historical and theoretical contexts of those works. Our discussions will focus on themes of subjectivity, language, class, gender, religion/spirituality, identity
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Eng 2300: Film Analysis Spring SemesterEng 2300: Film Analysis Spring Semester
You are responsible to print and or have access to these materials on the day they are discussed in class and for exams
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Eng 2300 Film Analysis Spring 2015 Section 6015 mwf 5/t e1-E3 (screenings)Eng 2300 Film Analysis Spring 2015 Section 6015 mwf 5/t e1-E3 (screenings)
Nevertheless, the main purpose of this class is to learn how to write elegantly about a given film’s style and structure. To that end, we will devote time to writing instruction and workshopping
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Lit 6934: The Carceral Imaginary Dr. Jodi SchorbLit 6934: The Carceral Imaginary Dr. Jodi Schorb
If these times conflict with other classes or if you need further help, additional meetings at alternative times are available with 1-day advance notice
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Instructor: Kristen Gregory OfficeInstructor: Kristen Gregory Office
American literature and film and interrogates its enduring popularity and cultural significance. What is the appeal of the evil child? What types of cultural work does the evil child perform? We will seek to answer these questions and others throughout
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College of nursing course syllabusCollege of nursing course syllabus
The purpose of this course is to examine models of health in wellness promotion and illness prevention across the lifespan. Emphasis is on the individual in the context of family and environment. Focus is on evidence-based risk appraisal
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Crw 2100: Fiction Writing PetersonCrw 2100: Fiction Writing Peterson
If I feel people are not reading, I will give quizzes. On the schedule, the "Readings" section tells you what you should read before the class on that date. If I have to give quizzes
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Course Description/Goals & ObjectivesCourse Description/Goals & Objectives
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Enl 2012: Survey of English Literature, Medieval to 1750Enl 2012: Survey of English Literature, Medieval to 1750
Enl 2012 is a survey of English literature from the Middles Ages to 1750. This course will introduce you to a range of texts, including novels, poetry, drama, and critical essays
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Enl 2022: Survey of British Literature, 1750-Present Course Theme: Literature and Science InstructorEnl 2022: Survey of British Literature, 1750-Present Course Theme: Literature and Science Instructor
Although we will discuss a variety of topics and be reading generally for a sense of the larger movements in British literature, our organizing theme for this class will be “Literature and Science.”
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Eng 2300 (7308): film analysisEng 2300 (7308): film analysis
Wwii cinema, diasporic cinema, queer cinema, Dogme 95, and digital technology. Finally, this course traces critical scholarship on the cinema through the 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-centuries
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Eng 2300: Film Analysis (section 1794)Eng 2300: Film Analysis (section 1794)
By the end of this course, students will not only have a greater knowledge of how to talk about films, but also how to read, analyze, and think about films
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The Ideas in Things: Commodities and Consumer Culture in the Victorian Novel Course DescriptionThe Ideas in Things: Commodities and Consumer Culture in the Victorian Novel Course Description
English life. This course looks to the “things” that suddenly inundated the lives of Victorians in order to understand how the Victorians used these commodities, their symbolic meanings
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