Course taught in Fall 2016 // Our relationships to food often evoke a wide array of emotions and engage multiple senses, sometimes all five of them at once; food thus has the potential to play important roles in the formation of who ‘we’ are as people, on social, psychological, and even political levels. Through writing, students will explore questions such as… [Read more…]
This syllabus is subject to revision. In the case of changes being made to the syllabus, a revised document will be uploaded to replace the outdated version and an email will be sent out to students with a link to the updated syllabus. Most recent update: November 13, 2016
Course taught in Spring 2017 // “…to boldly go where no man has gone before…” This Star Trek: The Original Series quote remains iconic, and yet, the line has gone under revision, becoming “…where no one has gone before” in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Why revise? And what does this revision tell us about the importance of diversity in science fiction media and literature? [Read more…]
This syllabus is subject to revision. In the case of changes being made to the syllabus, a revised document will be uploaded to replace the outdated version and an email will be sent out to students with a link to the updated syllabus. Last update: March 22, 2017
Last update: Dec. 21, 2015
Assignment sheets for ENG101: Food, Feelings & Film will be posted here throughout the semester; students will also receive print copies of each assignment sheet in class.
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Course forthcoming in Spring 2019 // Science fiction was birthed by a 19-year-old girl over 200 years ago, with the publication of Frankenstein in 1818. Mary Shelley is thus the mother of science fiction, but who are her literary daughters? And can we consider them major authors? In this literature course we will read two major texts from each of our major authors… [Read more…]
Amy S. Li has taught a 200-level literature course and two composition (first-year writing) courses at Emory. In addition to the brief descriptions of each course listed below, you can click on the hyperlinks to view course descriptions and course syllabi for each course. In Fall 2016, she taught a first-year writing course, ENG 101: … [Read more…]