Week 6: Tues, Mar 9th
No Class on Tuesday! Campus holiday.
Instead of class:
- Read Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, ch 1-10 [cn: ableism, child abuse, death, domestic violence, misogyny]
- Read Emily Brontë, “I Am the Only Being Whose Doom” (1846)
- Optional: read They Say / I Say, 67-76
- Instead of our usual Weekly Reflections and Questions, this week you may instead write a response reflection to one or more student projects. The same goes for your comments: you may post your four comments on student projects rather than on weekly posts.
Week 7: Tues, Mar 16th
- Read Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, ch 11-20
- Read Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “Sonnets from the Portuguese 22” (1850)
- Optional: read They Say / I Say, 77-90
Week 8: Tues, Mar 23rd
- Read Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, ch 21-30
- Read Christina Rossetti, “After Death” (1862)
- Check out the Wikipedia entry on Gilbert and Gubar’s The Madwoman in the Attic.
- Discuss Disability as Simile or Metaphor
Week 9: Tues, Mar 30th
- If you haven’t already, start drafting your Second Project.
- If you haven’t already, sign up for an online Teams text-chat conference for next week here.
Week 10: Tues, Apr 6th NO CLASS
Instead, sign up for an online, one-on-one conference here. Instructions are at the link.
Before our meeting:
- No weekly questions due this week!
- Get as much work done on your rough draft of your Second Project as you can. You don’t need to be done, but the more you have finished, the more we can discuss.
- Optional: Read They Say / I Say, 91-100