We discussed Mulk Raj Anand's Untouchable with Dr. Jessica Berman, Professor of English at University of Maryland, Baltimore County and author of Modernist Commitments: Ethics, Politics, and Transnational Modernism.
Come to Wisser Library on April 26 to work on your end of term projects. The International Write-In is an event organized by Swarthmore College to motivate student writing in a sprit of solidarity with the students around the world finishing their work at the end of the term. Over 50 campuses will be participating. You can read more about it here.
The academic journal Studies in the Novel has included our course website in its Teaching Tools for Digital Humanities and the Novel. See here for further details.
Working in groups of three, create a Snapchat video posting (a combination of images or images and video) interpreting the final lines of James Joyce's “The Dead.” The posting will include text and your responses to it.
At least one member of the group should create a separate Snapchat account for this course and share the results with the instructor. We will view your postings at the end of class.