19th Century American Literature
Updated Course Schedule
Week of Feb. 22:
Conclude Twain; begin Douglass research.
Week of March 2:
Douglass reading/research reports.
Week of March 9, Spring Break:
Week of March 16 and March 23:
Tue. 3/17, on-line searching, web-sites, reference materials, library
Thurs. 3/19, individual consultations
Tues. 3/24, library session? web authoring workshop?
Thurs. 3/26, drafts due and revision workshop?
Projects should be submitted in next-to-final draft form Monday, March
29. Final draft due during final exam period.
Weeks of March 30 and April 6: Hamlin Garland
Week of April 13: Thoreau's Walden
Tues: "Economy,: "Where I Lived, and What I Lived For,"
Thurs: "Sounds," "Baker Farm," "Conclusion,"
Subject Specialists: Anthony DiBennedetto, Greg Susko
Weeks of April 20 and April 27:
Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward (usual reading /writing schedule)
Subject Specialists: David Weideman, John Mahoney, Jason Toothaker
Week of May 4:
Themes in the "American Conversation": equality, opportunity,
work, education, progress???
Subject Specialists: Matthew O'Connor, Lisa Furbush, Shayna Greinor,
Guessepina DeSisto, Karen McManus
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