April 1, 2009 Listing
A report on what you learned during a specific CEA panel that you attended. (3-4 pages.)
Conference presentations at most conferences are considered academic publications, so be sure to cite the names of presenters and the titles of their papers correctly.
Update, 31 Mar: Let's discuss this in class on 2 Apr.
An informal, 1-2 page report on your progress. Include a bulleted list of what you plan to do next, and what you plan to produce (that is, what you are going to submit for my evaluation).
You are welcome to post it on your blog, but if you do, upload the URL to the slot on turnitin.com.
Angela Palumbo on Term Project: Here is Derek's and my project. It is the webpage
Jenna on Eagleton, ''Conclusion: Political Criticism'': I want to do this for my presentation, Dr. Jerz.
Kayley Dardano on Guetti, ''Resisting the Aesthetic'': Dr, jerz can i uses this for my presentation?
Ellen Einsporn on Ex 8: CEA Report: Psychological Criticism: Freud vs. Jung
Katie Vann on Ex 8: CEA Report: blog of links
Jenna on Ex 8: CEA Report: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/JennaMiller/2009/04/psy
Bethany Merryman on Portfolio II: Portfolio 2. 2 down, 1 to go!
Katie Vann on Portfolio II: Sorry, the one above linked to my original one I w
Katie Vann on Portfolio II: Portfolio 2...almost there...