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Jul 14, 2010


for making this a really fun class to teach and for sharing your very many insights and ideas with me! 

Jun 7, 2010

Final conferences Weds 6/9

Come 15 minutes early!

Meet Weds June 9 th

My office: M-109A

Call if there's a problem (running late, etc. 718-482-6104)

Lenny 1130
Shimul 1140
Ryan 1150
Emely 12
Oscar 1210
Meijing 1220
Deandra 1240
Fiolina 1250
Natalie 100
Eleanor 110
Frances 120
Bori 130
Subee 140
Ruth 150
Mirian 200
Jhoan 210
Joleen 220
Jovanne 230
Estaphania 240

May 24, 2010

Blog entry - due 5/31

Reflections on Research!
What were your experiences (positive and negative) with doing research for the final research paper?  What have you learned?  What would you identify as the most useful research skill/technique?  What do you feel you still need to work on? 

Since I know you are also working on a paper, this can be pretty short (150 words)

May 20, 2010

need a summer job?

May 19, 2010

Quote Integration!

A great resource about working quotes into lit papers can be found here

May 18, 2010

Homework due May 25th (nothing due 3.19)

Homework for May 25th - Annotated Bibliography.

Homework for May 25th! Even if you missed any classes (including the 25th) , this must be done on time for credit.  BRING IT TO CLASS (you may also email if you are out on the 25th:
You will create an annotated bibliography of 5 NEW sources you might use. review for your final research paper (either a new topic or a revision of your food and magic/gender/death/creativity paper). These will be in addition to the sources you used for the first research paper.
Guidelines - At least 1 should be a book. 1 should come from a "scholarly" journal and the rest can come from any media you choose.
Here's an interesting video on the topic from CUNY's own York Colelge:

Draft My Paper from Daniel Phelps on Vimeo.

May 17, 2010


you were emailed readings (as pdf attachments) to do for today.  Please print them out,  look them over carefully and bring into class. 

Any questions/issues :