April 16, 2011
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Coming this Fall to a Saint Leo University Main Campus Near You (if you are in Saint Leo, FL):
The Full Blurb:
Shifts at the end of the previous century broke down many elitist barriers that divided high and low-brow forms of art and, in pop-culture, transformed “funny papers” and “comic books” into “graphic narratives” and “sequential art.” ENG 300 ST: The Graphic Novel is a special topics survey course designed to . . .
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April 08, 2011
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This is from a review by Lotusreads on a new publication entitled _Literary Tattoos from Bookworms Worldwide_. Edited by Eva Talmadge and Justin Taylor. Check it out!
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April 07, 2011
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31 January 2011
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December 13, 2009
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Coming Soon - (January 2010)
6 December 2009
Dear Honors Students and English-Majors,
I’m Dr. Hobbs. If you have been asked to read this, it is because you have enrolled in ENG 226 "Survey of World Literature II," section CAH1 for Spring 2010.
Welcome to the course. Please be VERY SURE that you understand that this section is an HONORS section (see the section number; that's what the "H" represents).
The Honors version of ENG 226 is open to anyone who is either in the Honors Program or is an English Major at Saint Leo. The Honors-designated versions of courses at Saint Leo are notably different than the non-honors sections. The textbooks requirements are . . .
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This entry posted by lhobbs at 08:06 PM and is filed under Literature.
November 04, 2009
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3 November 2009
ENG 400 Students [ONLY],
Your readings for this week are . . .
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October 08, 2009
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8 October 2009
ENG 121 Students,
Today in class, I gave you a handout with strategies for preparing for the final exam. In addition....
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January 12, 2009
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13 January 2009
ENG 340 Students [ONLY],
There is nothing to submit here; the comment box for this entry will normally be switched off.
NOTE: If you are looking for the proper entry to enter assignments about this week's primary texts (e.g. Borowski, Nomberg-Przytyk, Frankl, Delbo, Sierokowiak, Gyrnberg, Spiegelman, etc.) on the book/film of the week, you should click the link appropriate category link in the Scattergories menu to the left of the page. For example, click the *Literature* link to scan all entries tagged "LIterature" or *Holocaust Studies* to see any tagged "Holocaust" and submit your response to the appropriate entry (usually the title of the entry will match the title of the work you are working with for this module). The link can also be found by clicking HERE for Literature and HERE for Holocaust Studies.
At this particular entry (the one you are now reading) you will find the course syllabus (CLICK HERE).
Per your instructions on the first day of class--if you have not . . .
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This entry posted by lhobbs at 10:32 PM and is filed under Course Syllabi.
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