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Author Archives: Jason Tougaw

Final Essay Checklist

Before handing in or uploading your final essay on May 27th, I suggest (strongly) that you to examine the questions below. Ideally,  the answer to all of the questions below will be “yes.” ____ I have a really good title for my paper. ____ … Continue reading

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Drafts and Cover Letters

Drafts of your research project essays are due Saturday, May 16 (by midnight). Email your draft to me and your writing group. In your email, include a cover letter with the following information: 1. A description of the motive and … Continue reading

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An Anthology in Need of a Title

Dear All, To follow up on our discussion in class re. a title for our anthology. We decided that we would go with “Persona” unless there were alternatives. So if you could post any alternative suggestions in the comments below, … Continue reading

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A Good Example of a Section Introduction

Hi everybody. I’m pasting a draft of the section introduction written by the “Sexuality and Self-Disclosure” group. They’ve done a great job, and I thought it would be helpful for others to see.   SEXUALITY AND SELF-DISCLOSURE Nicola Certo, Liz … Continue reading

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Tarnation

Hi everybody. You can stream Jonathan Caouette’s Tarnation here. Let me know if you have any problems.    

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Working TOC for Shared Anthology for MALS 70000 (Oversharing and Inventing the Self)

  Possible Titles Possible Subtitles Private Selves, Public Worlds Shared Selves, Private Selves Persona Self Selfhood from the Inside Out   An Anthology on Selves Invented and Revealed An Anthology on Self Invention and Revelation An Anthology on Self Expression … Continue reading

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Groups and Menu Topics for Our Online Anthology

You can download a PDF of the material on this page here: Abstracts for Anthology Day pdf Narrative and Identity Jennifer MacDonald Through reading about and viewing other people’s travels in literature and movies as well as sharing our own … Continue reading

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For Tuesday’s Class: Anthology Workshop

ANTHOLOGY WORKSHOP: May 5th We will meet in Room 6496. Before class:  You will send a draft of your abstract (250 words or less) of your paper by May 3rd [5 PM] to me at: jasontougaw@gmail.com You will include your email … Continue reading

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Annotated Bibliography Guidelines

Once you have completed your proposal and received feedback from me, the next phase of your research projects will be to compile an annotated bibliography–a list of sources you plan to cite, with a short explanation of what roles they’ll … Continue reading

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Emily Dickinson, “The First Day’s Night Had Come” (c. 1862)

The first Day’s Night had come— And grateful that a thing So terrible—had been endured— I told my Soul to sing— She said her Strings were snapt— Her Bow—to Atoms blown— And so to mend her—gave me work Until another … Continue reading

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