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FOLK 109 301 Writing About Gender

F. Paxton
Seminar: Tuesday 2:00-5:00

Cross Listed: WSTD 110

Writing about gender in philosophy is primarily a writing course which uses the content of philosophy as the subject for frequent writing assignments. Readings will focus on topics chosen by the individual instructor. All classes will introduce students to the field of study as well as emphasize the development of critical reading, analytical and writing skills. Students will learn the conventions of writing in the field, and will also critically analyze texts, write arguments and become familiar with the elements of academic research. They will also practice writing for a variety of purposes and different audiences. This course satisfies the writing requirement.

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