Class meets on Wednesdays from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM in Alumni Hall 107
|Lead Instructor:||Maxim Tarnawsky||121 St. Joseph St.||Alumni Hall 403|
|email@example.com||926-1300 x3338||FAX 926-2076|
Introduction to the issues of the interaction between cultural expression and political life, with a historical focus on Central and Eastern Europe. The mutually influential relationship between artistic activity and political dynamics in modern societies is examined through literature, visual arts, drama, music, and film. Taught in English, all materials in English.
|Graded course requirements|
|Item||Due date||Percent of Final Grade|
|Assignment 1||Week four Jan 29||15%|
|Assignment 2||Week seven Feb 26||20%|
|Assignment 3||Week ten Mar 19||20%|
|Assignment 4||Due Apr 7, email to insturctor firstname.lastname@example.org||15%|
|Concluding Test.||Last Class Apr 2||20%|
|Attendance and Participation||required||10%|
There will be four Assignments due on the dates listed above. Each assignment will be a short essay of 2 pages (no less than 600 words) on an assigned topic. Your writing will be judged on its clarity, focus, and insight. The assignments are not posted in advance, the links will not work until after the last class before the assignment is due.
The Concluding test will be held in class at our last class meeting. It will cover material from the entire course. It will include factual questions, to make sure you have kept up with the readings, and analytical questions that will test your understanding of the material.
Attendance in class is required. Participation in class discussion improves your grade.
Plagiarism is not just a mistake, it's cheating. Don't do it. You will be VERY SERIOUSLY punished. Here's how to avoid it.
|SLA 200 Information|
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