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Spring 2013 English BC1201 section 011
|Day & Time
404 Barnard Hall
|Instructor||Elizabeth C Auran|
|Course Description||Prerequisites: Required for all first-year students. Enrollment restricted to Barnard. May not be taken for P/D/F. Consult department bulletin board for section times. [For more information, see <a href="http://firstyear.barnard.edu/rlh"> course website</a>.] Close examination of texts and regular writing assignments in composition, designed to help students read critically and write effectively. Sections of the course are grouped in three clusters: I. Legacy of the Mediterranean; II. The Americas; III. Women and Culture. The first cluster features a curriculum of classic texts representing key intellectual moments that have shaped Western culture. Offering revisionist responses to the constraints of canonicity, the last two clusters feature curricula that explore the literary history of the Americas and the role of women in culture.|
|Enrollment||16 students as of 11:48PM Thursday, May 23, 2013|
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