INTD 105 Writing Seminar Syllabi

The following syllabi are examples of some of the subjects and teaching methods used over the years in INTD 105. You are welcome, but by no means required, to use these syllabi as examples or models for your own section(s) of INTD 105. Thanks to all the people who contributed their syllabi to this collection.

 

Semester/ YearInstructorCourse TitleDocument Link
Spring / 2019Maria LimaThe Power of the Neo-Slave Narrative GenreNeoSlaveNarrative_S2019.docx
Spring / 2016Maria LimaHaiti NoirHaitiNoir_S2016.docx
Fall / 2014Maria LimaThe Haitian DiasporaHaitianDiaspora_F2014.docx
Spring / 2014Doug BaldwinSecrets and Secret CodesBaldwin_S2014.pdf
Spring / 2013Emily CrosbyCivil Rights Movement: History and MoviesCrosby, SYLLABUS.105, S13 draft.doc
Spring / 2013Michael HermanFrom Dionysus to Dubstep: An Analysis of The Contemporary
Rave Culture and Its Roots in Ancient Greek Theater
RaveCultureGreekTheater_S2013.doc
Spring / 2013Jo KirkWorld in the Age of TerrorKirk_S2013.pdf
Spring / 2013Christopher PerriMetafictionMetafiction_S2013.doc
Spring / 2013Olivia TimothyPrejudice and SocietyPrejudiceAndSociety_S2013.docx
Fall / 2012Beth McCoyOctavia Butler's Short StoriesOctaviaButler_F2012.pdf
Spring / 2012Kurt FletcherScience Fiction–Themes & VariationsScfi_S2012.docx
Fall / 2007Alice RutkowskiGothic & HorrorGothic_F2007.doc