EN 501 Building Textual Interpretation

Assignments for 11/12 and Extra Credit

November 6th, 2018 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Remember, next week we will meet in the downstairs Library Classroom.

Read Griffin, Chapters 8 and 12, Quantitative Methods and Digital Humanities (guest lecture: Dr. Tonya Howe)

The second 1/2 of the class will be a workshop to prepare to post a full draft of your annotated bibliography and proposal on Canvas by 11/17 for feedback before submitting the final copy on 11/21.

New Extra Credit options are posted on your MU Commons Extra Credit site, and they include watching¬†Shakespeare in Love (Hussah’s adaptation from this week), Michael’s TED talk on Shakespeare and hip hop, reflecting on The Fall if you went last Friday,¬†and/or posting your own adaptation from this week along with a reflection paper (see details on the Extra Credit page). You may submit extra credit through the link on Canvas assignments, or email it to me directly. If you post it on your blog, just email me the link to the page where it is posted.

The last 2 options for extra credit this semester will be the Career Panel featuring MA in English and Humanities alumni on 11/27 at 5:30pm, and the Humanities Colloquium speaker from the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture on 12/6 at 6pm.

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