Fall07Syllabus

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1 University of California, San Diego Dimensions of Culture Program Thurgood Marshall College http://doc-tmc.ucsd.edu revised 9/28/07 DOC 1: D IVERSITY S Y L L A B U S + F ALL Q UARTER 2007 + Lecture A meets MWF 9:00-9:50 in Peterson 110 with lecturer Dr. Nancy GILSON Lecture B meets MWF 11:00-11:50 in Peterson 110 with lecturer Dr. Laura WIMBERLEY Lecture C meets MWF 1:00-1:50 in Solis 107 with lecturer Dr. Lynn TA “Dimensions of Culture” is a three-course interdisciplinary sequence. The Fall Quarter’s segment, “Diversity,” is designed to provide a broad theoretical overview of diversity and identity in America and to examine ways in which scholars move from knowledge to action. Required Texts: ± 2007 DOC 1 Reader – available exclusively from www.universityreaders.com/students ± Ann Raimes , Keys for Writers, 5 th edition – (New copies purchased through the UCSD Bookstore include a Technology Guide for Writers. Keep the guide and passwords for connection to free online instruction and tutoring.) ± Some additional readings and all DOC handouts will be available to download from the DOC 1 website, under “Handouts”: http://marshall.ucsd.edu/current/doc/handouts/doc1Handouts.shtml ± University e-mail messages – Official communications from DOC, Marshall College, and the University will be sent to your @ucsd.edu e-mail address. Check this address often each week. A copy of each book will be at Class Reserves in the Geisel Library. The DOC Readers change from year to year, so students need to purchase the reader for the current quarter. Keys for Writers is a required text for DOC 1, DOC 2, and DOC 3. Grading: Reading Summaries. ................................................... 5% Writing Exercises. ....................................................... 10% Midterm Exam. ........................................................... 20% Paper. .......................................................................... 25% Final Exam. ................................................................. 30% Attendance and Participation. ..................................... 10% Principles of Community and Academic Integrity: The term “academic integrity” represents a complex of values and practices essential to the successful pursuit of education at UCSD. Students are members of the academic community, with accompanying rights and responsibilities based on honesty, trust, fairness, and mutual respect. DOC affirms the right to freedom of expression and, at the same time, is committed to the highest standards of civility and respect among the faculty, staff, and students. In keeping with these fundamental ideals, please familiarize yourself with the “UCSD Principles of Community,” available at http://www.ucsd.edu/principles/ . Academic integrity, however, entails more than is contained in this declaration.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course DOC 1 taught by Professor Gilson during the Fall '07 term at UCSD.

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Fall07Syllabus - University of California, San Diego...

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