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EN200: Class Research Project

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Each year, the entire EN200 class will collaborate on a project the goal of which is to familiarize us with the basic strategies and methods of conducting research on a literary topic. This term, we'll be working on a poem by Anne Sexton, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." The project, posted online to this wiki, will be publicly accessible; each year, it will grow as new classes contribute.


Working from a central text, this collaborative class project will grow outward to incorporate a variety of research trajectories, including close readings, critical approaches, contextual research, and so on. Each year, the class as a whole will determine the exact shape and scope of the research as an exercise in categorical thought, though every student will contribute to the explication of the central text.


Collaborative Project: Sexton, "Red Riding Hood" (Spring 2010)

Collaborative Project: Sexton, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (Fall 2009)


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