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WRIT-018: Lit & Writing Seminar for International Students
This course is designed to give international students a broad overview of American Literature within a cultural and historical context. The spring semester covers American literary and historical writings from the Colonial period through the 19th century as they relate to contemporary American culture. Students are expected to read and discuss classic literary works in the original; the course focuses on the elements of writing critically; students produce essays, reflection papers, research papers/presentations, and critical analyses. This American literature and academic writing 3-credit course fulfills an undergraduate humanities requirement and the HALC requirement.
These small seminars (capped at 18) are open to senior English majors only. They offer substantial engagement in a particular topic and assume students’ ability to apply critical methodology.