08 October 2014

UPDATE: 08 OCT 2014

Sections 29 and 40: Please bring copies of your three articles to our class session. You will use the first half of our time to create connections between the articles, both conceptually and linguistically. The second half of our class session will be dedicated to each group articulating those connections to the entire class (and how they created these connections). This will mean that you will need to have read your articles beforehand.

Section 32: We will meet in front of the west side of Norlin Library (i.e. the door's facing the college green area). During our session, you will be conducting group research on your topic, which will entail each of you finding one source apiece that addresses your specific topic. This means that you will need to have a more precise subject (not just an "umbrella" topic).