RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS3301 ISSUES IN CRITICISM

MODULE TWO: RHETORICAL CRITICISM
 

WEEK SEVEN: THE HUMANITIES I: LITERATURE
(Week of March 4)
 

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WEEK EIGHT: THE HUMANITIES II: LITERATURE CONTINUED
(Week of March 11)
 

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  • Please note that I have added above the chart from p. 84 of Bloom's A Map of Misreading referred to in my notes 08B.

WEEK NINE: THE HUMANITIES III: AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
(Week of March 18)
 

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RECOMMENDED READINGS:

  • Bucknell, Brad.  "Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and the Theory of Signifying."  Ariel 21 (1990): 65-83.

  • Hale, Dorothy J.  "Bakhtin in African American Literary Theory."  ELH 61 (1994): 445-471.
  • Peterson, Dale E.  "Response and Call: the African American Dialogue with Bakhtin and What It Signifies."  Bakhtin in Contexts: Across the Disciplines.  Ed. Amy Mandelker.  Evanston, IL: Northwestern P, 1995.  89-98.

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WEEK TEN: THE HUMANITIES IV: HISTORY
(Week of March 25)
 

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RECOMMENDED READINGS:

  • Paul, Herman.  Hayden White.  Cambridge: Polity, 2011.

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WEEK ELEVEN: THE SOCIAL SCIENCES I: ANTHROPOLOGY
(Week of April 1)
 

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WEEK TWELVE: THE SOCIAL SCIENCES II: SOCIOLOGY
(Week of April 8)
 

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You should be preparing from this point onwards for the Final Exam which is based on the Second Module (Exams begin on April 29).

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