10:30 -12:30 - Lecture Hall 3
1:30 - 3:00 - Sem.II/Longhouse
8-10, 9-11 or 11-1 (depending on group)
10-12 - Sem II
End of Week Group Session
2-5 - Lecture Hall 3
Week 1 (9/29-10/3) - Homer, The Odyssey, Books 1-4
Week 2 (10/6-10/10) - Homer, The Odyssey, Books 5-13
Week 3 (10/13-10/17) - Sophocles, Ajax
Week 4 (10/20-10/24) - Aristotle, Ethics, Books 1-4
Week 5 (10/27-10/31) - Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart. Clifford Geertz, Notes on the Balinese Cockfight (available on electronic reserve, see beow)
Week 6 (11/3-11/7) - Gordon Wood, Revolutionary Characters, introduction and G.Washington chapter
Week 7 (11/10-11/14) - Gordon Wood, Revolutionary Characters (rest of book), Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter
Week 8 ( 11/17-11/21) - The Scarlet Letter, William Leach, Land of Desire
Week 9 (12/1-12/5) Land of Desire, Edith Wharton, House of Mirth
Week 10 (12/8-12/12) -House of Mirth
Students will be placed in one of two writing groups; A and B.
A group wll submit papers in weeks 3, 5, 7 and 9.
B group will submit papers in weeks 4, 6, 8 and 10.
Initial drafts must be submitted electronically to the appropriate web page by noon on Monday of the week in question. The drafts wil be reviewed during the writing workshop on Wdenesday.
The final version must be submitted hard copy by noon on the following Monday.Copies should be placed in the mailbox of faculty seminar leaders. The mail boxes are located on the second floor of Lab II.
During weeks when students are not submitting papers, they will revise their prior week's essay and write critiques for students in the other writing group.
To post your drafts, go to the following site.
Some readings will be posted in the electronic reserves of the library. To access those readings, use the following link.