You must have your readings with you in each class session either as physical copies or on a digital reading device.
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These should be treated with as much attention as any of our scholarly readings. Films and television shows will be made available through learn UW. All members of the class must participate in every discussion. Collaborative engagement and dialogue is a central component of academic life, and our class discussions will function as a model for how to enter debates in thoughtful and productive ways.
This course has three writing assignments: 1 five short response papers. These should be 2 double-spaced pages of thoughtful engagement with the central ideas of the readings for a given week.
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These should not be summaries. Instead, take-up, reframe, or debate with the key concepts and arguments of the materials at hand. Responses do not need to address all readings in a given week, but should still seek to develop links across at least two texts. Submit responses to me via e-mail Tuesday evenings by 8PM. You may choose which weeks you wish to write a response. You will have the option of making the 6-page analysis paper a preliminary version of the final essay. Graduate students enrolled in this class will need to complete a response paper for every week of the semester you may opt out of 2 weeks , complete all recommended readings alongside primary readings, and develop a page seminar paper at the conclusion of the term.
All other readings will be available on the course website: Sarah Schulman, The Gentrification of the Mind: Witness to a Lost Imagination Disability Support Services: At all times, this seminar will be open and accessible to students with disabilities. If you are a student enrolled with the McBurney Disability Resource Center or have a disability but have not used the MDRC, I encourage you to speak with me regarding your rights to accommodation. Put them on the defensive.
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Even in the heat of an election cycle, it is always good to take a break for some recommended reading. The tension in Take Me Out , results from deception. Sunderstrom writes a letter of apology to Lemming and attributes that letter to another teammate, Shane Mungitt. The reason for the apology is that Mungitt, at a press conference, refers to Lemming as a "faggot.
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