Thursday, 5 January, 1:45–3:00 p.m., 613, WSCC
Program arranged by the Community College Humanities Association
Presiding: Stacey Lee Donohue, Central Oregon Community Coll.
Stacey Lee Donohue's Annotation:Link to abstracts: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8168697/What%20Works%20Abstracts.pdf
Speakers: Steven Alvarez, Graduate Center, City Univ. of New York; Michael A. Burke, St. Louis Community Coll., Meramec, MO; Amanda Licastro, Graduate Center, City Univ. of New York; Melissa Strong, Northeastern State Univ.
Responding: Falk Cammin, Foothill Coll., CA
For abstracts, visit www.ccha-assoc.org after 1 Dec.
Faculty members teaching lower-level composition, language, and literature courses look for innovative ways of integrating culture and cultural studies into these general education courses. Panelists representing perspectives from two- and four-year institutions will each give a brief presentation on what works for them in composition and literature courses before opening up discussion to attendees. This roundtable offers an opportunity for collegial dialogue.
Genre, Theory, Method – Literature and Other Arts, Humanities, Law, Psychology, Science, and Sociology
Teaching – General