RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS3301 ISSUES IN CRITICISM

SEMESTER II, 2011-2012

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TIMETABLE

Attendance at BOTH the following seminars is compulsory:

Seminar 1: TUESDAY 1 PM - 3 PM (MSS1)

Seminar 2: THURSDAY 1 PM - 3 PM (MSS1)

The introductory seminar will take place on Tuesday January 24 at 1 pm. 

BOOKLIST

2011-2012

Advice

READING SCHEDULE

Module 1: Rhetorical Theory: from the Old to the New Rhetoric (Weeks 1 - 6)

Module 2: Rhetorical Criticism: Epistemic Rhetoric (Weeks 7 - 12)

TERM PAPER

Assignment

Advice

Essay-Writing Resources:

My Guidelines

Some Dos and Don'ts

My Correction Codes

FINAL EXAM

Past Papers [there are none since this is the first time that this course has been offered]

Advice NEW!

SUPPLEMENTARY HANDOUTS

Please click here for supplementary notes.

Please click here for and fill out the Literary Theory Sub-Topics Chart. NEW!

COURSE EVALUATIONS

The Faculty of Humanities and Education is experimenting with online, rather than paper, course evaluations this semester.  Accordingly, please visit http://cavehill.uwi.edu/CourseEvaluations/default.asp between April 2 and 17, 2012 to submit your course evaluations. NEW!

DOING 'THEORY'

Theory Course Sequence

Advice re: Theory Courses

What is Theory?

Studying Theory

Writing Theory Essays

GENERAL ADVICE

Accessing Course Websites

Attendance

Downloading Notes in PDF

Teaching Methods

 

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