Literary and Cultural Theory 1. What Is Literary Theory? Literary theory refers to any principles derived from internal analysis of literary texts or from knowledge external to the text that can be applied in multiple interpretive situations. All critical practice regarding literature depends on an underlying structure of ideas in at least two ways:
Concurrent enrollment in EHD B. Seminar to accompany final student teaching that provides opportunities for candidates to investigate and discuss variety of topics and strategies and to reflect on issues that surface during their student teaching experience.
Studt Tchg Engl Prerequisites: Supervised teaching in single subject classroom; assignment is for the full day; five days per week.
Students work in a small group of two-three students and a tutor discussing writing assignments and collaborating by giving each other feedback and sharing strategies for revision.
The tutor acts as a "personal trainer" by helping understand and fulfill the demands of your assignments according to your individual needs.
Writing Workshop Practical assignments and individual coaching on specific writing problems. For selected students this workshop may be required to be taken concurrently with, or as prerequisite to, other courses.
Academic Literacy I Practice in reading and writing processes, making literacy decisions based on audience, context, and purpose. Direct instruction on reading comprehension; genre analysis; planning, composing and revising writing; research strategies; paragraph development, sentence competence, and grammatical conventions.
Academic Literacy II Prerequisite: Continued study of reading and writing in various genres. Focus on research, analysis, synthesis, argument, and evaluation. Students guided to analyze the rhetorical qualities of academic literacy and language.
Longer papers, portfolio assessment. Fall, Spring GE Area: Accelerated Academic Literacy Reading and writing in academic and public genres, special attention to rhetorical decision-making and critical analysis. Guided instruction in reading and responding to texts.
Participation in public and academic conversations via research in primary and secondary sources. Introduction to Literature Prerequisite: Introduction to literary appreciation and criticism through reading and close written analyses of short stories, novels, drama, and poetry from diverse Western and non-Western cultures.
Introduction to literary appreciation and criticism through discussion and written analyses of widely influential poetic, dramatic, and fictional works by British, American, and world authors Western and non-Westernincluding the contexts for those works.
Readings in British Literature Prerequisites: Chronological survey of British Literature from medieval to contemporary. Discussion and written analyses of influential poetry, drama, fiction and nonfiction, including historical and cultural contexts.
Required for English majors. Readings in American Literature Prerequisite: Chronlogical survey of U. Literature from Native American oral traditions to contemporary.
Members of Indigenous studies research network are Indigenous researchers, Indigenous Postgraduate students and non indigenous research affiliates. Link to College of Arts and Letters Programs Anthropology. Undergraduate Courses/link to graduate courses Cultural Difference in a Globalized Society (ANT ) 3 credits Writing Across Curriculum (Gordon Rule). JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources.
Discussion and written analyses of influential poetry, drama, fiction and nonfiction. Poetry Writing Beginning workshop in the writing of poetry; appropriate reading and analyses. C1 Beginning workshop in the writing of fiction; appropriate reading and analyses.
Creative Nonfiction Writing Beginning workshop in lyric essay, memoir, and other forms of creative nonfiction writing; appropriate readings and analysis. Sections designated as emphasizing certain writers, types, or themes, e.
Appropriate readings and analyses. Masterpieces of World Literature Prerequisites: Foundation and Breadth Area C. Discussion and written analyses of influential poetry, drama, fiction, and nonfiction in translation from throughout the world, including historical and cultural contexts.
Not applicable to the English major.Goodman Gallery Johannesburg 3 February – 9 March Love Story – a seven-channel installation by Candice Breitz – interrogates the mechanics of identification and the conditions under which empathy is produced, prompting viewers to consider: Why is it that the same audiences that are driven to tears by fictional blockbusters, remain .
African theatre - Southern and South Africa: The Chikwakwa Theatre—an open-air theatre created at the University of Zambia in —symbolized the ambition of new young Zambian playwrights to both celebrate and comment upon the nation’s independence and to draw upon the cultural resources of the people.
The creation of . A thought-provoking contribution to current debates about postcolonial theory's exhaustion, Malreddy engages with contemporary discourses and South Asian .
Members of Indigenous studies research network are Indigenous researchers, Indigenous Postgraduate students and non indigenous research affiliates. English CI Mth Mtl Engl. Units: 3, Repeatable up to units. EHD B. Final Student Teaching Seminar - English. Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in EHD B.
Goodman Gallery Johannesburg 4 June – 6 August In , Goodman Gallery celebrates its 50th anniversary – five decades of forging change through artistic production and dialogue, shaping contemporary art within and beyond the continent.