ENGLISH 417 - Seminar in English Language and Literature
Section: 101 Egocircus: A Workshop on Collaboration: History, Methods, Practice
Term: SP 2009
Subject: English Language and Literature (ENGLISH)
Department: LSA English Language & Literature
2 - 3
Credit Exclusions:
May not be repeated for credit.
Advisory Prerequisites:
Senior concentrator in English.
May not be repeated for credit.
Primary Instructor:

In this course we will study some historical examples of collaboration — how they work, what they produce, what changes they cause (in the collaborators, in their work, in their work's reception).

And we will do some collaborations with other people/stuff in the class or outside it. The class structure will be:

  1. first half: student presentation of an historical example of collaboration.
  2. Second half: student workshop of own work.
  3. Last class: a final presentation (less than five minutes) of a collaborative project of your own in any medium.

Grading will be based on the following: class attendance and performance, weekly presentations — Examples and Exercises final project.

ENGLISH 417 - Seminar in English Language and Literature
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101 (SEM)
MW 3:00PM - 5:00PM
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