M, 8/30 Introductions and Course Overview
W, 9/1 Read "Introduction to Geographies of Exclusion,"
Sibley (CEWT pp. 499-508)
In class: Keywords. *IP* ID two key
passages and respond, in writing, to: Who are places for?; Whom do they
exclude?; and How are such prohibitions maintained in practice?
F, 9/3 Exploring SU; *IP* Notes on
the Quad: Doodle-mapping SU's Social Landscape (In class)
M, 9/6 Labor Day - No classes
W, 9/8 Read Writing Analytically, C. 2, and Aman Luthra "(Un)straightening
the SU landscape" (PDF)
*IP* Write three questions for consideration
(1/3 page each), stemming from Luthra and starting with "As I read,
I wondered about...."
F, 9/10 Meet in the computer cluster, HBC 009. *IP*
Descriptive paragraph on the place under consideration following Notice
and Focus on p. 23 in WA and two tentative claim statements
M, 9/13 Bring 2-3 page *IP*
Exploratory Draft; Readaround
W, 9/15 *IP* N&F SU and the Community
F, 9/17 Meet in the computer cluster, HBC 009. Strong Bad's Essay and
Assumptions about Academic Writing. Jumpstart Essay/Invention Portfolio
M, 9/20 Intro to Analysis unit. *IP*
In class: Blaze Draft
W, 9/22 Read Elijah Anderson, "Down
Germantown Avenue" (PDF)
F, 9/24 Meet in the computer cluster, HBC 009. Reading spaces on the web.
*IP* Email email@example.com
one link that could relate to the work of essay two on analysis and hometown
spaces--image representing a hometown space near you is preferable.
M, 9/27 Meet in the computer cluster, HBC 009. Read from
WA, pp. 42-52. *IP* Due: Ad
Analysis (following Try this on page 50).
W, 9/29 Read Mike Davis, "Fortress
F, 10/1 Meet in the computer cluster, HBC 009. Bring Harbrace Handbook.
M, 10/4 Read from CEWT, Sara Ahmed, "Recognising
Strangers," pp. 1-16. *IP* Due:
One-page summary of "Recognising Strangers"
W, 10/6 Developing a claim; considering evidence that confirms and evidence
that complicates. Read WA, pp. 80-92. *IP*
Due: Two ideas, representative examples or sites for analysis
F, 10/8 Schedule small group conferences for M-W. Claim-making and the
intricacy of support.
M, 10/11 Conferences. Bring claim(s) and 1+ page
start on essay. *IP*
W, 10/13 Conferences. Bring claim(s) and 1+ page start on essay.
F, 10/15 Review from CEWT, David Sibley, "Introduction to Geographies
of Exclusion," CEWT pp. 499-508. Mapping.
M, 10/18 Reading as lens. Read WA, pp. 60-62.
W, 10/20 Workshop with drafts. Bring 2+ page exploratory draft. (Claims
and support) *IP*
F, 10/22 Form(ality) & Titling *IP*
M, 10/25 Peer response. Share drafts in class. Bring completed
essay draft, 4+ pages.
W, 10/27 Self-identified pattern analysis. Bring Harbrace Handbook.
F, 10/29 Analysis Essay/Invention Portfolio due.
*IP* - Invention portfolio
M, 11/1 Intro to Argument unit. Read from IA, "The
Purposes of Argument," pp. 9-21 in IA *IP*
Confrontation Statement [Confront a familiar argument.]
W, 11/3 Read from CEWT, Jeff Rice, "The 1963 Hip-Hop Machine:
Hip-Hop Pedagogy as Composition," pp. 471-486.
F, 11/5 Meet in HBC009. Review from CEWT, Jeff Rice, "The
1963 Hip-Hop Machine: Hip-Hop Pedagogy as Composition," pp. 471-486.
Models. *IP* [Section-specific consideration
M, 11/8 Read from IA, c. 3 "The Contexts of
Argument," pp. 52-67. Planning for essay-project three. *IP*
[Contemplations on essay-project three.]
W, 11/10 Read from IA, c. 4 "The Media for Argument,"
F, 11/12 Meet in HBC009. Read from IA, c. 4 "The Media for
Argument," pp. 97-111.
M, 11/15 Read from CEWT, Becky Howard, "Plagiarisms,
Authorships, and the Academic Death Penalty," pp. 265-282. *IP*
W, 11/17 Meet in HBC009. Cut. The method.
F, 11/19 Meet in HBC009. Paste. Possibilities.
M, 11/22 Meet in HBC009. Cut. Workshop.
W, 11/24 Thanksgiving Break - No classes
F, 11/26 Thanksgiving Break - No classes
M, 11/29 Conferences. Bring four samples.
W, 12/1 Conferences. Bring four samples.
F, 12/3 Meet in HBC009. Mixing. Working with sources.
M, 12/6 Peer response.
W, 12/8 Course review. Revisit objectives. Remaining questions.
F, 12/10 Argument Essay/Invention Portfolio due. Last day of classes
for Fall '04.
*IP* - Invention portfolio