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Essays in a Changing World
Essays in a Changing World

The world of writing and reading is changing rapidly, in large part because of changing technology. This writing course is designed for students eager to use new technologies to write and publish personal essays, including autobiographical essays, arts and cultural criticism, and pieces about race and ethnicity and social and political change. Assignments draw attention to the connections and tensions between individual experience and social context. Students write five short pieces and two longer essays exploring questions of self, voice, and audience and using online key word search tools provided by Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr. Readings include George Orwell, George Packer, James Baldwin, Nikki Giovanni, Orhan Pamuk, Pico Iyer, Maxine Hong Kingston, Susan Griffin, Dave Eggers, Ian Frazier, Bruce Chatwin, Alain de Botton, J.M. Coetzee, and Herta Mueller.

CRN 5900 - NWRW 0345 A

Jan 22 - May 14 Spring 2018

McKeithen, Madge
Enrollment type: CENC Non-Credit Catalog
Course fee: $825 + fees
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