A writing-intensive course in the humanities, including experience with textual analysis.
List of texts will include Sappho's poetry, and the poetry of H.D., Amy Lowell, Gertrude Stein, Renee Vivien and Natalie Barney, along with some prose writing by Virginia Woolf and Rebecca West, excerpts from other ancient texts, as well as the two texts of Antigone and some readings on the origin of Wonder Woman (Laurel Thatcher Ulrich and Jill Lepore), actual DC comics and the most recent film.
Papers x3 40 points 120 points
Journal 60 points 60 points
Synthesis Essay 40 points 40 points
Participation (sites, discussions) 80 points 80 points
Total 300 points
Cecilia Konchar Farr,
St. Catherine University (651) 690.6559, email: email@example.com
, Loyola University Chicago, (773) 508-2796, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description of Faculty Directors
Application Procedures & Deadline
||Dr. Cecilia Farr is a Professor of English at St. Catherine University and teaches interdisciplinary courses, as well as courses in American literature, including upper- and introductory-level literature. She has also taught classes within the Women’s Studies Program. Her scholarly examination of Literature has focused on twentieth-century American literature and culture. She designed and taught several times the course “Six Degrees of Harry Potter”. Dr. Farr has successfully led many UMAIE study-abroad programs in France, England, Spain, Italy and Japan. Dr. Farr most recently visited Greece in January 2018 in anticipation of this course.
||Dr. Melissa Bradshaw currently serves as Writing Across the Curriculum coordinator at Loyola University Chicago, where she also teaches literature, writing, and graduate level theory. She has also taught in the Program in Women’s and Gender Studies in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at DePaul University, where she was an Assistant Professor from 2004 to 2010. From 2002-2004 Dr. Bradshaw served as an Assistant Professor in the Interdisciplinary Humanities Program at Barat College of DePaul University. She received a Ph.D. in English with a certificate in Women’s Studies from Stony Brook University in 2000.
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Final Application Deadline: October 1, 2018
For more information on course content, contact: Prof Micah Kiel
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