This is a reminder that we have a room reserved on Monday, December 4th, from 3-5 pm in 279 Dwinelle. Please feel free to come meet with me during this time, discuss your Oral History paper, or work on finalizing your pieces. This is entirely optional, but I will be there at this location […]Read more "RRR WEEK: Optional Meeting Dec. 4"
The following are links to Purdue Owl’s Online Writing lab, which contains information about expository writing and an example of student work: What is an expository essay? https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/685/02/ MLA Sample paper: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/13/Read more "Purdue Owl Writing Links & Example"
Conferences will be held on Week 8 at Cafe Milano You do not need to prepare anything formal, but this will be an opportunity for you to check in with me about how your Media project is coming and ask any questions you may have Monday, October 9: 3:30: Jackson 3:45: Michelle 4:00: Cjache 4:15: […]Read more "STUDENT CONFERENCE SIGN-UP"
Dear all– Please come to class prepared to think and talk about Wind River, the excerpts read from the “Maze of Injustice” article, Haunani Kay-Trask’s “Color of Violence,” and the following selections from Chrystos’ “Not Vanishing” collection, on this site under the readings tab: Preface, Front and Back Matter “I walk in the history of […]Read more "For Class on Friday, Sept. 29"
Wind River (R) (2017) Cultural Review Outing PopVultures Fall 2017 ***REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR CAL ID*** …and your friends! DATE: Monday, September 25th, at Shattuck Cinemas (Shattuck & Kittredge) TIME: Please arrive by 7:25 so that we are able to get tickets & seats before the 7:45 pm showing IN ADVANCE: Please read excerpts from […]Read more "WIND RIVER, MON. SEPT. 25TH"
I propose we hold the following in our minds as we work today: The idea that some members of U.S. society, a substantial number in fact, feel that they are suffering from “PC Fatigue”–a sensation of being worn out by the overwhelming rules about, and reinforcement of, “political correctness.” Today, we’ll be doing the exercise […]Read more "Class on Friday, Sept. 22"
In the spirit of our readings, I’d like to think of our work today as being guided by the following question: Where do we draw the line, and how do we know if we’ve crossed it? Today, we will be thinking through the articles “Playing Indian in the 1990s: Pocahontas and the Indian in the […]Read more "Class on Wednesday, Sept. 20"