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Aug 22, 2016 by Constance Kibler (ckibler)
ENGL 1360 : Fantasy And Speculative Fiction
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Fantasy And Speculative Fiction
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Fantasy & Speculative Fiction
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Patricia Chu, Margaret Soltan, Jeffrey Cohen, Jonathan Hsy
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General overview of fantasy and speculative fiction. Topics may vary.
As a result of completing the course, students will recognize, be able to explain, and practice several approaches to reading and analyzing fantastic literature, to be demonstrated through oral presentations, a midterm essay, online writing exercises, and a final paper. Students will see fantastic literature as part of a larger literary traditions. Students will strengthen their analytical reading and writing skills.
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ENGL 1360 Syllabus.pdf
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
There are no existing fantasy courses in the Humanities at GW.
CCAS - GCR: Humanities
All items from the Courseleaf syllabus template have been added to the sample syllabus.
Course Reviewer Comments
Thu, 24 Mar 2016 14:43:55 GMT
Rollback: The syllabus is missing several of the required components that were detailed in the syllabus template that was sent to all faculty, chairs and admin both in the fall and in the spring.