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College Writing: Writing, Literature, and Justice

Writing 103 - Spring 2020

This class seeks to develop the advanced reading, writing, and research skills that students need in a university setting. It uses classical texts of the western tradition to investigate the question of justice and to develop arguable claims through the careful analysis of evidence. The act of crafting arguments, we will assume, is implicated in the question of justice because arguments depend on an ethics of persuasion. We will learn how to practice such an ethics as we improve our ability to understand and utilize four crucial aspects of academic writing: evidence, analysis, argument, and research. Mastering these aspects will make us proficient in the difficult art of judgment. It will allow us to make sense of some of the most powerful literary statements about justice, from Sophocles to Shakespeare and Toni Morrison. THIS COURSE SATISFIES THE FIRST-YEAR WRITING REQUIREMENT FOR ALL DIVISIONS.
Course Attributes:

Section 01

College Writing: Writing, Literature, and Justice
INSTRUCTOR: Swanson
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Section 02

College Writing: Writing, Literature, and Justice
INSTRUCTOR: Brune
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Section 03

College Writing: Writing, Literature, and Justice
INSTRUCTOR: DeCelle
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Section 04

College Writing: Writing, Literature, and Justice
INSTRUCTOR: Quiring
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Section 05

College Writing: Writing, Literature, and Justice
INSTRUCTOR: Kundu
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Section 06

College Writing: Writing, Literature, and Justice
INSTRUCTOR: Brenes Akerman
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