Summer 2011 Courses

English 245B - Native American Literature
Section 301, course #2038, 0930-1220p, MTWRF, Kaye, Fran.

The purpose of this class is to introduce students to a number of different kinds of writing by American Indian and Canadian First Nations writers. While we will be concentrating on contemporary literature in English, we will also look at traditional and sacred narratives and at contemporary film. We will also try to develop a consciousness of contemporary issues affecting Native communities in North Americ

English 254 - Writing and Communities
Section 501, course #2041, 1100-1235a, MWF, Staff.

English 991 - Nebraska Literature Project -- "Native American Literature"
Section 591, course #9143, 0100-0430p, MTWRF, Kaye, Fran.

PREQ: Permission. Class meets from June 6 - June 24, 2011. Obtain permission by contacting R. Brooke, 2-1807 or rbrooke1@unl.edu

This course is an invitational summer institute open only by application to the Nebraska Writing Project. The institute brings together up to 20 teachers, kindergarten through college, with expertise to share in the 13 teaching of literature and writing. Note this section will be offered in Lincoln for three weeks, from June 6–24, Monday–Friday. Interested teachers should contact the Nebraska Writing Project director, Robert Brooke, at 472- 1807 or rbrooke1@unl.edu. Further information about the institutes, and application materials, can be found on the NeWP website at http://www.unl.edu/newp.

ENGL 957B - NEB WRITING PROJECT -- "RURAL INSTITUTE"
Section 691, course #2090, Arranged Time, Brooke, Robert.

PREQ: Permission. Class meets from June 6 - June 24, 2011. Obtain permission by contacting R. Brooke, 2-1807 or rbrooke1@unl.edu

This course is an invitational summer institute open only by application to the Nebraska Writing Project. The institute brings together up to 20 teachers, kindergarten through college, with expertise to share in the teaching of writing. Interested teachers should contact the program director, Robert Brooke, at 472-1807 or rbrooke1@unl.edu. Further information about the institute and application materials can be found on the NeWP website at http://www.unl.edu/newp