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ENG2575 OL88 Technical Writing, Spring 2021

ENG2575 OL88 Technical Writing, Spring 2021

Students communicate technical and scientific information to a variety of audiences through written and oral presentations, using electronic media such as the Internet, Power Point and graphics programs. Students also analyze readings in science and technology, study technical writing models and practice collaborative research and presentation. Prerequisite: ENG 1121 Equivalent to old course ENG 3773. This class meets online asynchronously. Please make sure that you join the correct section.

Black Theatre AFR 1321/Section D847 Mon 2:30 PM

Black Theatre AFR 1321/Section D847 Mon 2:30 PM

A study of African American dramatic literature to explore the complex ways in which the black experience is constructed and presented by playwrights. Students may have an opportunity to experience a theatrical production in New York City. More specifically, this course is divided into distinct sections. It includes a historical overview of early Black theatre throughout the diaspora. It considers how mid-twentieth century playwrights like Lorraine Hansberry, James Baldwin, Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka, and Ntozake Shange shape the aesthetics and discourses within Black theatre, and in doing so, create trajectories for contemporary Black playwrights, who also explore the social, political and cultural experiences of Africana people.

ENG 2001 Introduction to Fiction Spring 2020

ENG 2001 Introduction to Fiction Spring 2020

This course will introduce you to the art of fiction through an exploration of dystopian fiction that has seen renewed popularity and interest in the 21st century.

ENGL1101 NYC DREAMS, FA2018

ENGL1101 NYC DREAMS, FA2018

How would you describe New York? How does your own experience of New York City life compare to what is depicted in the media? Is New York really a place of opportunity? What does New York owe its citizens and non-citizens? What evidence can you present to support your claims? In this course, you will analyze textual, visual, musical, and digital representations of New York City culture and human experience. As a class, we will discuss and practice the interpretation of texts and other media, the formation of arguments, the utilization of academic research, and the proper citation and incorporation of evidence.

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