1. Independence of Latin America
Creoles and Peninsular Spaniards:
In the early 1800s, conflict began to grow between Creoles and peninsular Spaniards.
A large part of this was due to the Peninsular Spaniards dominated the lucrative
export-import trade, w
Chapter 10 Lecture Notes
Organizational Structure-Framework that defines the boundaries of the formal
organization and within which the organization operates.
This structure reflects how groups compete for resources, where responsibilities for
The Process of Monetary Policy Formulation
The factors that guide the policy process
The various lags in the policy process
How and why the performance of the economy can differ from policy makers objectives
AML EXAM 2
Intertextualism: Faulkner uses a lot of this in his books to connect them
o Unites them with same county for settings of his books and his
characters sometimes show up in other texts.
Wrote about racial identity
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In the novels Beloved and Uncle Toms Cabin, the portrayals of women are
prevalent in the books and through the actions of other characters. Although this comes as
no surprise as both Harriet Beecher Stowe and Morrison are women, they use their
AML 3311 (Dr. Moore)
Annotated Bibliography 1.0
March 21, 2013
Topic: The Importance of the role that women play in Uncle Toms Cabin and Beloved.
Charles, John. "Sex/Sexuality." The Toni Morrison Encyclopedia. By Elizabeth Ann. Beaulieu.
Westport, CT: Gre
Lydia Maria Child
Lydia Maria Child was an outstanding writer and persuader. She definitely knew how to
get her thoughts and feelings across to her audience in a way that was easy to connect to. Child
was a master at the art of persuasion. Child inspired
Winthrop and Bradford
Puritanism is defined as extreme, often excessive, strictness in moral or religious matters;
Puritanism is the practices and doctrines of the Puritans. John Winthrop and William Bradford
are two well-known Puritans. Winth
AML 3630-01 LATINO/A LITERATURE: SPRING 2013
Class Hours: 5:15-6:30pm in 110 WMS
OFFICE HOURS: 4-5:15pm TR
Professor Virgil Suarez, office 452 WMS /
email: [email protected]
TEXTS: The Norton Anthology of Latino/a Literature edited by Ilan Stavans.
Short Story Exam
Part I. Identify the title and author of each story that the following quotes are taken from. Then
briefly discuss the significance of each quote. How does the quote highlight the deeper meaning of the story?
1. The way sh
Midterm ExamSpring 2010
Part I. Identify the title and author of the text that the following quotes are taken from. Then briefly (200-250
words) discuss the significance of each quote. How does the quote highlight the deeper meaning of the text?
AM L 3313 Extra Credit Paper -Completion of the extra credit assignment may add up to 10 additional points to your overall grade total. For example: if, at the end of the semester, I add up your grade and you have a score of 80 (B-), but you wrote a perfe
POETRY ESSAYS For each poet we read you will be required to write one short essay (500-700 words). Half of the essay should discuss your overall perception of the poet based on the selection of poems read and half of the essay should foc
M 8/23: Introductions W 8/25: Start Trauma and Recovery, Judith Herman, pages 2-11 of Course Packet (CP). Bb) and Trauma and Recovery, Judith Herman, pages 12-18 (CP). M 8/30: Finish Trauma and Recovery, Judith Herman, pages 19-25 (CP). Spe
AM L3311: M AJOR FI GURES I N AM ERI CAN L I TERATURE
War and Conflict: Sites of Trauma in Twentieth Century American Literature_
Instructor: Tana Jean Welch Fall Semester 2010 [email protected] Office: Williams Building 327 Office Hours: M/W 1:30-2:30
Ryan Wisneski AML 3311 November 10th, 2010 Special Essay #2 In Margaret Meads novel, And Keep Your Powder Dry we take a deeper look into chapter nine entitled, The Chip on the Shoulder, where a comparison is made between the ways in which people handle ag
Ryan Wisneski AML 3311 November 29th, 2010 Poetry Essay #5 In the poems of Matthew Zapruder entitled Twenty Poems for Noelle we see the author portraying life in New York City after the tragic day in which the twin towers collapsed, September 11th, 2001.
Ryan Wisneski AML 3311 Due: October 15th, 2010 Poetry Essay #3 Amiri Baraka, born Everett LeRoi Jones, is an extremely influential and controversial African American poet who helped to lead the Black Arts Movement as part of the overall Civil Rights Movem
Ryan Wisneski September 17, 2010 AML3311 Poetry Essay #1 In the poems of the American born writer, Randall Jarrell, the ideas of war and death litter the pages. Jarrells poems depict the world wars with strong images of wartime scenes and the emotion that
Ryan Wisneski AML3311 Due: October 1, 2010 Novel Essay #3: The Shawl In the novel by Cynthia Ozick entitled The Shawl, the reader is taken on a two part journey through the life of Rosa Lublin, a Polish woman we follow first, during the holocaust while in
Ryan Wisneski September 13, 2010 AML 3311 Novel Essay 1 The book A Farewell to Arms written by Ernest Hemingway takes place during the First World War from the point of view of a young American man, Lieutenant Frederic Henry. The story is told from Henrys
Ryan Wisneski AML 3311 Due: November 22nd, 2010 Special Essay #3 In war there are many events that cannot be captured fully when translating certain circumstances into a movie, novel, or other form of writing like poetry. This is the case in many attempts
Ryan Wisneski August 30, 2010 AML3311 Special Essay #1 In the movie Braveheart Mel Gibson plays, William Wallace, a Scottish warrior who leads a militia against King Edward I, in the First War for Scottish independence. In this text the directors main foc
Ryan Wisneski AML3311 November 8th, 2010 Poetry Essay #4 Yusef Komunyakaa, is In the poetry of Komunyakaa, he repeating themes of the Vietnam War and Black Civil Rights are among the things that the poems constantly refer to. His poems are all based on ex
Ryan Wisneski AML3311 Due: October 11th, 2010 Poetry Essay #2 In the poems of Gwendolyn Brooks, a southern born African American, the struggle of African Americans and their everyday persecution from southern whites is a constant theme. The story of Emmet
Ryan Wisneski AML 3311 Due: November 1st, 2010 Novel Essay #4 In Tim OBriens novel In the Lake of the Woods we follow the main character John Wade through the disappearance of his wife and the flashbacks of past events that have shaped the man he is today
Ryan Wisneski AML 3311 Due: September 27th, 2010 Novel Essay #2: Slaughterhouse-Five In the novel Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut, we follow a character Billy Pilgrim through his adventurous life both on Earth and on the Alien world of the Tralfamado
Mystery Kathys disappearance from the cabin on Lake of the Woods is the central mystery plot of the novel. One morning John wakes to find her gone, with only vague half-memories of the previous night. Search crews look for Kathy everywhere, including on a
Syllabus Prof. Ikard (pronounced eye-card) AML 3682 [email protected] Office: 227 Williams Bldg Office Hours: Tues 2:00-3:30 and by appt 9:30 WMS 123 T/R Spring 2011
American Multi-Ethnic Literatures This course will introduce students to the emerging, inter