Intro to College Composition

Focuses on development of rhetorical reading, listening, and writing abilities; provides practice in written and spoken communication (emphasis on writing); develops information literacy; provides a foundation for a variety of college course work and post-college careers. Enroll Info: None

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Language, Race, and Identity

Relation of culture and genetics to formal properties of human language; consideration of American English dialects and language disorders. Topics include: biological basis of language disorders; racial affiliation and social identity; maintenance of social boundaries; politics of education, speech therapy. Enroll Info: None

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Modern and Contemp US Lit

Survey of modern and contemporary American literature including fiction, poetry, drama, and criticism. Enroll Info: None

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American Dreamers

A study of novels, plays, poems, and films that focus on individuals who strive to achieve success and security in America. Enroll Info: None

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Trending: The top 10 Summer Term courses

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has increased the courses available for Summer Term, from prerequisites to internships to field experiences.

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