Summer 2020 - ENGL 427W D100
Topics in the Romantic Period (4)
Class Number: 3797
Delivery Method: In Person
Addresses specific issues in romantic literature in English. May be organized by author, genre, or critical approach. Students with credit for ENGL 427 may not take this course for further credit. Writing.
Romantic Poetry by British and North American Women
This course focuses not on more traditionally famous Romantic poets writing in English such as Wordsworth, Shelley, or Byron, but instead on female-identifying poets on both sides of the Atlantic who were known in their day but then were made invisible by patriarchal history, such as Charlotte Smith, Esther Saunders, Mary Robinson, Anna Letitia Barbauld, Joanna Baillie, Felicia Hemans, and Jane Johnston Schoolcraft. Instead of purchasing an anthology, we will be using online archives and library databases to examine their poetry. In an editing project, each student will choose one rarely published poem and take it from the original version to an academically edited and annotated entry in a chapbook that the class will publish online using a Creative Commons license.
COURSE-LEVEL EDUCATIONAL GOALS:
In this course, you will develop/enhance skills in
· using library databases and online archives
· academic editing and annotation
· understanding Romanticism and poetry
· giving concise and helpful peer feedback
· writing research-based argumentative essays.
- Essay proposal and annotated bibliography 15%
- Peer reviews on essay drafts 5%
- Research essay, c. 2500-3000 words 35%
- Edited and annotated poem in course chapbook 25%
- Short reflection on chapbook project, under 1000 words 10%
- Participation 10%
We will be reading poems from library databases and online archives: no textbook purchase required.
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