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    Jul 19, 2024  
2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin 
2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin [Archived Bulletin]

ENG 3390 - Advanced Writing: Expositions and Argumentation

Goals: To study and acquire power in textual production through reflective reading and writing across genres, discourses, audiences, and purposes.

Content: Studies of writing that maintain (or subvert) the status quo, addressing particularly the influences of culture, gender, class, race, disability, and other categories that define identity and community. Course focus is on expository and argumentative writing - broadly defined - and may be organized around a single category. Recent examples include environment and place, public policy, and disability studies.

Taught: Annually.

Prerequisite: ENG 1110 or its equivalent.

Credits: 4

Note: A student may register for this course more than once for different topics.