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ENG 102

Professor Allia Abdullah-Matta’s 102 class was titled “‘Born at the Crossroads:’ Culture, Identity and Predicament.” Her students examined a range of identities and the cultural, social, and political predicaments that might be posted by the idea of “crossroads.” You can look through the syllabus and the course schedule.

Possible items of interest:

  • themed syllabus
  • poetry presentations
  • student-led discussion boards online
  • extensive use of journals

Professor Jayashree Kamble’s 102 section looked at highbrow and lowbrow culture, considering a range of literary texts and media. You can see the full syllabus by clicking here.

Possible items of interest:

  • themed syllabus
  • multimedia projects
  • adaptation/media translation project
  • student-led in-class presentations

Professor Bethany Holmstrom’s Spring 2016 ENG 102 syllabus was themed around post-apocalyptic lit. Click here to see the full syllabus.

Possible items of interest:

  • themed syllabus
  • creative writing assignment
  • audio recording assignment
  • digital text annotation

Professor Leah Richard’s Spring 2016 ENG 102 section was part of a liberal arts cluster, and focused on alienation & inquiry in literature. Click here to check out the full syllabus.

Possible items of interest:

  • research-based collaborative blogs
  • themed syllabus
  • digital annotation
  • multimedia projects

Professor Jayashree Kamble’s 102 section looked at highbrow and lowbrow culture, considering a range of literary texts and media. You can see the full syllabus by clicking here.

Possible items of interest:

  • themed syllabus
  • multimedia projects
  • adaptation/media translation project
  • student-led in-class presentations