The PowerPoint for the journal publications workshop is here: http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/powerpoint/573Journalsandmanuscripts.pptx
Here is a post that also discusses cover letters and recommends a more complete introduction of yourself and your work:
Today’s class starts at 3:15.
You can see the in-class conference schedule here: http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/engl573/inclassconf.html
I will bring this to class today so that you can sign up for times. Unfortunately, there is a conflicting meeting in the Bundy both days, so we will not be able to hold our conference in there.
As I mentioned to several of you on Friday, I picked up the tickets for Sherman Alexie’s performance on 4/4 and will bring them to class tomorrow unless you’d like to pick them up earlier.
On 3/27, I have to attend a College of Arts and Sciences meeting from 2-3, so our class will start a little late that day–3:15.
We didn’t get to discuss Gary Totten’s article last week, so please bring it to class today. What it says about the fine line between analysis and appropriation is important for this week, too.
Aminah suggested that we watch the following short films in class today in light of references in today’s reading:
Thomas Edison film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2I1i16ONLE
(or more clips here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eowoku3nVS0
The Tourists, starring Mabel Normand