Extra+Credit - 19 November 3 pm Lucy Stone Hall Room B115...

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Optional Extra Credit Assignment Attend one of the events listed below. Arrive early and sign in with a TA in order to be able to submit a short essay on one of the events. One of the TA’s will be at each event with a clipboard and sign-in sheet. You must arrive early and sign in with a TA in order to turn in the extra credit assignment. In order to get full points, you must adhere to the following format: - Two pages (typed, double-spaced, 12 point font, one inch margins) - The Frst part of the paper should be a summary of the event and the main points made by the speaker or speakers. - The majority of the paper should include your analysis of the event. This portion should offer a critical assessment of, and engagement with, ideas or issues raised at the event. Consider discussing what you learned from the event as a starting point for analysis. Another option is to discuss whether you agree or disagree with the points made, and why. - Only the best papers that meet all of the criteria above will receive full points.
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Unformatted text preview: 19 November - 3 pm - Lucy Stone Hall, Room B115, Livingston Campus Spaces of Democracy Lecture Series State, Class, and Oil: Sovereignty Over Natural Resources, Nationalization and Economic Development in Mexico 1910-2000 Mazen Labban, Assistant Professor, University of Miami Department of Geography / geography.rutgers.edu 30 November - 3:20 pm - Rutgers Student Center, Room 411 AB, CAC Artist Lecture Endangered Alphabets Tim Brookes Director, Professional Writing Program, Champlain College Center for Middle Eastern Studies / mideast.rutgers.edu 6 December - 7 pm - Douglass Campus Center, NJC Lounge Social Justice Themed Performances, Poetry Readings and Speakers 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence: Militarism and Violence Against Women Center for Women’s Global Leadership / cwgl.rutgers.edu/16days/home Space, Place, and Location Extra Credit Options...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course 450 103 taught by Professor Balm during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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