Inspiring Syllabi, Everyone! Good Luck Tonight (Plus My Blog Post)

Hi everyone, it is truly inspiring to read all the different ways you are reimagining the last half of what is officially known as “American Literature, American Learning.”  I know that after reading one another’s work and commenting on it, you will have so many ideas to pursue tonight.  Good luck with the process.   On our HASTAC group site, […]

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A Syllabus Late and Soon

Our Literature as Our Learning   or,   American Literature/American Learning Redeemed:   A syllabus.   First, a proposition, related to the retitling of the course, whereby:   We—whosoever that entails—agree that a course that has been slashed in half promotes a sense of violent distinction, and that such a course should be reconstituted (&, consequently, renamed) to promote the […]

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Nicky’s Syllabus

Posting this for Nicky! Wed. Mar. 9 Our Voices/Our Identities/Our Selves “The Complexity of Identity: Who am I”?   Blogger(s)  Kelly & Arinn   Class Agenda: For this week’s topics students will have five minutes to fill out on index cards the answers to the following questions.  Which then will be discussed in groups of twos and threes “How Do […]

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Iris’ proposed syllabus

Course description: American Literature, American Learning / Part 2 ENGL 8910, Spring 2016, Room 3207 – Professor Cathy Davidson – Danica Savonick – Community of class students Resource: Class Constitution Part 1 of the course focused on foundational texts of American education and cultural history, using a wide variety of readings that put concepts in context. For part 2, we will […]

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Lisa Hirschfield’s syllabus

  PDF: Lisa’s American Literature/American Learning Syllabus American Literature/American Learning Syllabus for March 9 – May 4, 2016 Description School has historically been the place where children and young adults learn to be a productive member of a community and civil society; we know that in a democracy, this may mean vastly different things to different people. What are the rights […]

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Kelly’s Proposed Syllabi

Graduate Center Room 3207 Spring 2016 | Wednesday 6:30-8:30 Graduate Center Room 3207 Spring 2016 | Wednesday 6:30-8:30   DESCRIPTION This course will take a closer look at what higher education looks like for a variety of populations and types of institutions in the United States. We will read about HBCU’s, bilingual students, LGBQ students, women in higher education, pedagogy, […]

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Druffel Syllabus for Second Half

Hi, Here’s my proposed syllabus for the second half of the semester. Looking forward to your comments! American Literature, American Learning Part II Professor Cathy Davidson                                                            Spring 2016 cdavidson@gc.cuny.edu                                                             Graduate Center rm 3207 Danica Savonick danicasavonick@gmail.com COURSE DESCRIPTION: Am Lit, Am Learning looks at the history and future of American education. […]

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