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This Week's Work: Mar. 28th – April 4th

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Friday (March 28th):

Make-up field trip to Wissahickon!

Saturday (March 29th):

ENGL: Two useful interactive workshops @ HC on Sat, Mar 29:
Evalyn Perry's Interactive Workshop on Feminism Today, noon-2 p.m;
Paula Palmer's Workshop, Seeds of Injustice, Roots of Change 
[on destruction of indigenous culture], 3-5 p.m.in Stokes 106, 3-5 p.m.

Sunday (March 30th):

ENGL: By 5 p.m. post on-line a one-paragraph reflection on our trip to Wissahickon Valley Park, highlighting any particular economical, educational, literary and/or artistic dimensions of the experience that may occur to you....

Monday (March 31st):

ECON: See post.

EDUC: Read Judson, A New Approach to Ecological Education, chap. 5 and EITHER chap. 6 OR chap. 7

ENGL:  Elizabeth Callaway, A Space for Justice.

SueEllen Campbell. "Magpie." Writing the Environment: Ecocriticism and Literature, ed. Richard Kerridge and Neil Sammells. Zed Books, 1998. pp. 13-26.

SueEllen Campbell. "The Land and Language of Desire: Where Deep Ecology and Post-Structuralism Meet." The Ecocriticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology. Ed. Cheryll Glotfelty and Harold Fromm. Athens: The University of Georgia Press,  1996. pp. 124-136.

Wednesday (April 2nd):

ECON: See post.

EDUC: Read Goleman, Bennett & Barlow, Ecoliterate

ENGL: J.M. Coetzee, "The Philosophers and the Animals" and "The Poets and the Animals." The Lives of Animals. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2001. 15-69.

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