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Reading and Writing in Place

This course, part of the first-year experience, will connect towriters of the past and present who have reflected on Keene andthe region's place in natural and cultural histories. The plan isto explore nearby places and read works that will inspire us witha critical connection to the site of our campus and itscomplicated literary legacies. Critical and creative writingprojects and off-campus explorations required.

Section: IHENG-195-FYE1
Credits: 4
Faculty: William J Stroup
Days: MW
Times: 10:00AM‑11:45AM (MW)
Start/End Date: 08/24/20 - 12/05/20
Instruction Method: Remote-Blended
Comments: This course, part of the first-year experience, will connect towriters of the past and present who have reflected on Keene andthe region's place in natural and cultural histories. The plan isto explore nearby places and read works that will inspire us witha critical connection to the site of our campus and itscomplicated literary legacies. Critical and creative writingprojects and off-campus explorations required.

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