Readings for ENGL 326
Reading sent to all students for September 6: meaning-rhetoric-and-story_lisa_king.pdf
Readings due Tuesday, September 11
After the Mayflower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYAdf-oGc8c
Following are the files from _All the Real Indians Died Off_ which we will be using for the presentations. The last one here is a historical timeline which will be useful for reference through out the course.
Readings for September 13
The Selu file is the excerpt from Awiakta
Readings due September 18
The link below contains slides to accompany "Rhetorical Powwows:
Readings due September 20
Readings due September 25
This next reading isn't assigned, but in it Lisa King brings together the concepts of rhetorical sovereignty and rhetorical alliance as discussed in the assigned two articles.
Readings due September 27
Rhetorical Map Assignment
Maps due on October 11
Readings due October 2
Readings due October 4
Carlisle Indian School home.epix.net/~landis/histry.html
Background on "Run Aways" : http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/a_f/erdrich/boarding/index.htm
October 8: Indigenous Peoples Day --just so you know :)
Readings due October 9
American Indians in Children's Literature https://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/
Readings due October 11--
--Readings due October 16-- The talk schedued for today is cancelled. We will meet in our regualr classroom.
Midterm Exam for Fall 2018
Readings due October 18
NOTE: Please be sure to read all the readings so that you can write fuller and richer responses.
Watch some of the Smithsonian conference (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWpy7ozOwTU ).
Readings due October 23
Native Appropriations: http://nativeappropriations.com/
Readings due October 25
Hi All--I need to cancel class on Tuesday, Ocotober 30 to bring my dad to a doctor appointment. Please read all that is due for due October 30--and for Nov 1 . We will discuss these on Thursday.
Midterm due by Novemebr 6
Readings due November 1
This is a new graphic novel about Standing Rock: https://thenib.com/oceti-youth-runners?utm_campaign=web-share-links&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook
Readings due November 6
We Shall Remain: Wounded Kneewww.youtube.com/watch?v=Opbxnuw0Dw0
Readings due November 8 --Our Class will meet in the Library Heritage Room to hear Lisa Brooks
To prepare, read the following from Our Beloved Kin. Brooks also wrote The Common Pot. Please come the the presentation with a question to ask or a point to discuss with our guest. Attendance will be taken.
Readings due November 13
In addition, if you would like to write something significant about Lisa Brooks' presentation, I will give extra credit. What struck you about her work? What surprised you? What did you learn? How could you connect her presentation to class? (about 2 pages, double-spaced).
Readings due November 15
500 Nations (part 2) httpwww.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxZYKObdOFU watch from 1:15: 50
November 18 Powwow in Kelly Gym 11-5
Readings due November 20
On the Wampum Trail wampumtrail.wordpress.com/
November 22-23 Fall Feast
Enjoy your time connecting with relations
Homework is to work on final projects and prepare to discuss next class
November 27--discussion of final projects
FOR November 27--I'm late in posting this about your final projects. I have added an option of a teaching unit and have posted a samplehere. I will also bring copies of this handout to class.
Below is a lesson plan on boarding schools for middle school
RESOURCES FOR LESSON PLANS
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Readings due November 29
Readings due December 4
Readings due December 6 (may alter)
December 11 Undergraduate Research Symposium
December 11 Final Gathering and Reflection. Please not your final project and class reflection are due on December 20 in my office. The reflection is a one-two page assessment of the course--what worked, what readings you liked, what you learned, etc.