CLL 190 08 Unit 1 Assignment

CLL 190 08 Unit 1 Assignment - CLL 190-01-02-03 Unit 1...

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CLL 190-01, -02, & -03: Unit 1 Essay— Rethinking the Way We Think: A Critical Synthesis Reading—reading widely, reading critically, reading passionately, reading for perspective and purpose, reading as a researcher, reading inventively—is fundamental to writing . . .we [can] frame this kind of reading as a critical encounter . . . in order to define reading as a meeting between yourself and other people, other perspectives, other histories, other geographies, even other visions of yourself. ~Margaret Himley and Anne Fitzsimmons, “Finding a Place to Stand: Writing, Reading, and Researching in a Globalized World” . . . what if we define writing as the act of recording our thoughts in search of understanding ? ~David Rosenwasser and Jill Stephen, Writing Analytically (3) The Assignment Over the course of the first four weeks of the semester, we’ll be working with William McDonough and Michael Braungart’s Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things (the shared summer reading) and several other works that explore the relationships between industry, capitalism and the environment.
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