NOTE: Readings IN BLUE
must be annotated.

       
       
       
     

1/9
INTRODUCTIONS
1/11
Formalisms Intro (3-7)
Shklovsky, Art as Technique (8-14)
Brooks, The Formalist Critics (15-20)


1/16
Beardsley & Wimsatt, Int. Fallacy (29-41)
O'Sullivan, Broken on Purpose (42-54)

1/18
Structuralism Intro (131-133)
Culler, Linguistic Foundation (134-136)
Saussure, General Linguistics (137-177)

1/23
Barthes, Mythologies (196-204)
Bakhtin, Discourse in the Novel (205-216)
1/25
Newman, From Beats to Arcs (248-264)

1/30
Austin, How to Do Things with Words (HO)
Fish, How to Recognize a Poem (HO)
2/1
Bourdieu, Distinction (331-347)

2/6
Derrida, Différance (474-495)
Barthes, From Work to Text (522-527)
2/8
Barthes, Death of the Author (518-521)
Baudrillard, Simulacra (HO)

2/13
NO CLASS
MARDI GRAS

2/15


2/20

2/22


2/27

3/1


3/6

3/8


3/13

3/15
LIBRARY DAY

3/20

3/22


3/27
NO CLASS
SPRING BREAK

3/29
NO CLASS
SPRING BREAK


4/3

4/5


4/10

4/12


4/17

4/19


4/24

4/26


5/1
FINAL EXAM SLOT
1pm to 3pm

5/3