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COURSE


All material for this course, including lecture notes and daily readings, is posted here.

 

Date Session Name and Lecture Notes Materials
Assignment (due BEFORE class on the date listed)

JANUARY

     
Week 1 Introduction to Race, Sex and Citizenship
  • Create roster page. 
  • Plagiarism Participation Quiz 
Week 2

FOUNDATIONS

Responses to a Government of Ideals

Week 3

CHILDREN'S LIT

Holes in Racial Constructions  

 

 

Week 4  Viewing Race through New Eyes

 

  • Listen to this interview with Sherman Alexie  
  • Quiz 2 (due Thursday)

 

FEBRUARY

     

Week 5

 


Close Reading Rough Draft Workshop

 

RACE AND ETHNICITY IN SHORT

Worlding in the Work of Breece DJ Pancake 

 

"Trilobites" https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1977/12/trilobites/376288/

Week 6

Sudden Fiction: Rethinking Race and Gender in Latinx Culture

 

 

   

 

 

Week 7

Sudden Fiction Workshop

 

Sudden Fiction Workshop

  • Sudden Fiction
    • "Everyone's Abuelo Can't Have Ridden with Pancho Villa" - 30
    • "4 Microstories" - 150
    • "How to Live with a Feminista and (Still) Be a Macho" - 166
    • "Aunt Chila" - 171
    • "2 Microstories" - 274
    • "Cat's Eye" - 284
    • "Epilogue: Migrations" - 289 
Week 8

Annotated Bibliography Rough Draft Workshop   

 

EXAM 1

 
  • Rough Draft (Annotated Bibliography)  
  • EXAM 1  

March

     
Week 9   SPRING BREAK

 

  

Week 10

INTERSECTIONS OF RACE AND GENDER

 

WORK DAY

 

 

Week 11

Cogewea Re-thinking American Identity

 

 The Harlem Renaissance and Race in a Cosmopolitan World

 

  • ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY FINAL DRAFT (due Monday) 
  • Find (and post) an artifact   
  •  Making Connections: text and artifact.  

 

Week 12

 The Harlem Renaissance and Race in a Cosmopolitan World 

 

Performing Identities - Who is M?

 

APRIL

     
Week 13

Performing Identities - Who is M?

 

ROUGH DRAFT WORKSHOP 

 

 

Week 14 FINAL CONFERENCES 
No in-class meeting. Come to my office (002 Rish Hall) with the draft of your paper for your scheduled conference to receive attendance credit for final conferences.    
Week 15 PRESENTATION   
  • Final Paper
 
Week 16 Exam II  
  • Exam II

 

Final FINAL EXAM  
  • Final Exam 

 

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