WGS 345 • 40-MAJOR AUTHORS: V WOOLF-W
10:00 AM-11:00 AM
This course will examine the critical and fictional works of Virginia Woolf. We will also be examining Woolf's continuing legacy and influence. Some of the areas of inquiry the class will be exploring are the value and limitations of high modernism, English literary heritage and tradition, feminism, creative and critical definitions of gender and sexuality, intellectual activism (Woolf's critiques of patriarchy, war, fascism), Woolf and imperialism-colonialism.
CONTAINS A SUBSTANTIAL WRITING COMPONENT AND FULFILLS PART OF THE BASIC EDUCATION REQUIREMENT IN WRITING. DESIGNED TO ACCOMMODATE 35 OR FEWER STUDENTS. COURSE NUMBER MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT WHEN THE TOPICS VARY. PREREQUISITE: RHE 306 AND E 316K OR THEIR EQUIVALENTS, AND 3 ADDITIONAL SEMESTER HOURS OF LOWER-DIVISION COURSEWORK IN EITHER ENGLISH OR RHETORIC AND WRITING. SAME AS E 370W (TOPIC 10).