WEB (6/21 - 7/17) | CRN 41838 | Instructor Kara Clevinger | This summer transport yourself with a novel to the strange and terrifying world of nineteenth-century America. There you’ll find characters fighting gothic terrors, enslavement, social injustice, and the cult of true womanhood.
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May 17, 2022
ASYNC WEB (7/18 - 8/14) | CRN 41839 | Instructor: Corbett Upton | After the cataclysm of WWII, the old order was beginning to crumble. In this class, we’ll explore the ways that artists sought to make way for new stories and forms that acknowledged their own and others’ humanity.
May 10, 2022
Asynchronous WEB (6/16 - 7/17) | CRN 42282 | Dr. Faith Barter | No textbook costs. Creative assignments!
WEB Course (06/21 - 07/17) | MW 10:00 am - 11:50 am | CRN 41846 | Instructor: Helen Huang | Through reading, we critically examine how the obsession with money blinds Americans to reality and social justice. The characters in these plays tears down the myth of equal opportunity and bring the truth of how systemic injustice seriously divides US society to the stage.
ASYNC WEB 7/18 - 8/14 | CRN 42284 | Instructor - Kristy Bryant-Berg PhD | Fiction allows us to escape from our real lives and into other people’s imaginations. For many American short stories, this includes more of the stuff of nightmares than the daydreams we might expect. Why are many of our most popular authors so fascinated with humanity at its worst?
May 05, 2022
May 03, 2022
May 10th & 11th, 2022 | Join us via Zoom | Hear from speakers Dayna Chatman, E. Patrick Johnson, Priscilla Peña Ovalle, and Shoniqua Roach and see an artist showcase!