Spring 2011 - Graduate Course Description
Intructor:
Redman, Tim
Discipline and Number
HUSL 6308 Section: 001
Day:
W Time: 4:00 PM - 6:45 PM
Course Title:
Epic of Judgment 4: Ulysses

DESCRIPTION OF COURSE:

We will do a close reading of James Joyce's epic work, Ulysses. The course should be useful to both HUSL students and HUAS students who are doing creative writing. HUHI and ATEC/EMAC students are also welcome.

REQUIRED TEXTS:

James Joyce, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
James Joyce, Ulysses (Gabler edition)
Charles and Mary Lamb, Tales from the Odyssey

COURSE REQUIREMENTS/EVALUATION CRITERIA:

A weekly quiz, with the 5 worst scores dropped and the remainder curved for a grade that will count 20% towards the final grade for the course. The quizzes will always be short-answer and worth up to ten points each. There will always be two additional questions that must be answered: 6) What one idea did you take away from class today? and 7) What one question do you still have?

A preliminary proposal for your project with bibliography and venue, and a final proposal with bibliography. These will count 20% towards your final grade.

A presentation on one of the final nine episodes of Ulysses (20%).

A draft of your project (20%).

The final project (20%).

Your project may be a traditional paper intended for presentation at a scholarly conference in Literature or History, a creative work with commentary, or a teaching unit.

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