15 of your final grade Academic Integrity See NYUs full statement on academic

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15% of your final grade. Academic Integrity: See NYU’s full statement on academic integrity: . Any instance of academic dishonesty
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will result in an F and will reported to the relevant dean for disciplinary action. Please remember that plagiarism is a matter of fact, not intention. Grading breakdown : Attendance and participation: 10% Critical reflections: 24% Short analytical essays: 50% Group keywords assignments: 15% Consulting the syllabus before asking basic questions regarding the course ? 1% Total: 100%
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Accommodations: Academic accommodations are available to any student with a chronic, psychological, visual, mobility, learning disability, or is deaf or hard of hearing. Students should please register with the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities at 212-998-4980 . 726 Broadway, 2nd FloorNew York, NY 10003-6675Telephone: 212-998-4980 Voice/TTY Fax: 212-995-4114 Web site: NYU Immigrant Defense Initiative (IDI) The NYU Immigrant Defense Initiative (IDI) offers free and confidential legal services to NYU students and employees, and their immediate family members, on their immigration cases. IDI can assist with DACA, TPS, asylum, legal permanent residency, citizenship, employment authorization, representation in immigration court, humanitarian visas, and consultations for those who have had contact with the criminal system (i.e. arrest or conviction) or have violated their visa. IDI also provides foreign travel monitoring for those affected by the Travel Ban, or who are at risk of being denied entry to the US, Know-Your-Rights trainings, and advocacy within NYU departments (financial aid, housing, student groups). Contact IDI at [email protected] or 212- 998-6435 (no walk-ins). More information at:
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Schedule of Readings and Assignments T 9/3 Introduction to Course Th 9/5 The Theory Toolbox , Chapter 1: “Why Theory?” “How Science Works” (NYU Classes) T 9/10 René Descartes, Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Seeking the Truth in the Sciences (NYU Classes) Th 9/12 The Theory Toolbox , Chapter 2: “Author/ity” Donna Haraway, “Situated Knowledges” (NYU Classes) [Tu 9/16 – Fri 9/18 No Recitations: Begin work on keywords assignments] T 9/17 John Locke, Two Treaties on Government (NYU Classes) Th 9/19 The Theory Toolbox , Chapter 3: “Reading” Sojourner Truth, “On Woman’s Right” (NYU Classes) Julian Bond, “Nonviolence: An Interpretation” (NYU Classes) José Esteban Muñoz, “Queerness as Horizon” (NYU Classes) T 9/24 The Theory Toolbox , Chapter 4: “Subjectivity” Louis Althusser, “Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses” (NYU Classes) Tavia Nyong’o, “Subject” (NYU Classes) Th 9/26 The Theory Toolbox , Chapter 5: “Culture” Stuart Hall, “The Question of Cultural Identity” (NYU Classes) Writing Workshop with Noelle Molé Liston T 10/1 No Class Meeting Film: Queen of Versailles Th 10/3 Pierre Bourdieu, from Distinction
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