A glimpse into the poetry and prose of 20th Century's outrageous women. Examine the changing roles of women in the 20th century, and how women have given language to those changing roles. Authors include Carolyn Heilbrun, Camille Paglia, Simone deBouvier, Adrienne Rich, Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, Diane Wakoski, Marge Piercy, Carolyn Forche, Jane Hirschfield, and others. (H)
CLASS WILL BEGIN ON TUESDAY, 4/4/17. Class meets at Forks Extension Site. This is a hybrid course which includes an online component.
- Item number: K300
Historical as well as cross-cultural study of popular literary and nonliterary texts, novels, magazines, comic books, films, and television. Focus on popular myths, icons, heroes, and rituals that have affected people's lives and attitudes. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or permission of instructor. (H)
Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park.
- Item number: T295
This course combines meaningful service experience with selected resources, assignments and self-reflection to build real-world professional competencies. Through a service project with a local community partner, students will gain hands-on experience as it relates to their academic area of interest. This course goes beyond internships and volunteer work by empowering students to apply classroom learning to current social issues and community needs. Course meetings and activities are built around learner-centered reflection, peer discussion and field experiences for a variety of disciplines. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 (E)
Online classroom opens 3/30/2017.Log in at https://pencol.instructure.com. Email address is required to register for online class.
- Item number: 3815