Spring 2007 not offered
This course will explore the long tradition of writing about travel and places and changing attitudes toward crossing cultural borders. Readings will focus largely on the writings of 20th-century travelers. Writing assignments will include critical and analytical essays and will encourage students to examine their own experiences with places and cultural encounters.
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Calvino, INVISIBLE CITIES
Conrad, HEART OF DARKNESS
Achebe, THINGS FALL APART
Fussell, ABROAD: BRITISH LITERARY TRAVELING BETWEEN THE WARS
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Writing assignments weekly.
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To apply for admission, complete the application available at 279 Court St., Room 102, or at Butterfield B310. Deadline to apply: Monday, Jan. 17. Preference to students whose primary fluency is in languages other than English or who are fluent in more than one language.
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