ENGL 4627 Capstone: Ways of Knowing (Spring: 3 )
This course considers the workings of memory and the transmutation of memory into narratives that express values and explore identity on the personal, national, and cultural level; in literary and historical texts, films, and photographs; in and public memorials. We reflect on and create memory texts of various kinds; explore the influence of personal, social, and historical experiences on the construction of memory; observe the languages available for the expression of memory; and seek, through writing and discussion, to discern ways in which the process of remembering can unfold toward the future.
Instructor(s): Carol Hurd Green
Cross listed with:
You can take a Capstone class only as a senior or second-semester junior.
Capstone classes may not be taken Pass/Fail.
You may take only one Capstone class before graduation.
Last Updated: 07-Dec-13