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Essays for Comparative Arts, Historical Methods and History of Crime and Social Control involved

  • Reviews and critiques of books, films, and artwork.
  • Written reflections and journal entries.
  • Demonstrated clarity in writing a using style that is well-suited to the context of the discipline and assignment, including appropriate voice, tone, and levels of formality.
  • Took a particular stance on a debatable topic and argued my case persuasively.

All History courses: After reading the appropriate novels, articles, books, primary and secondary sources:

  • Selecting the proper information out of historical texts and using them to develop a written summary.
  • Formulated an argument, thesis or topic and supported it with compelling evidence and cited source materials properly.
  • Oral presentations to the class usually with a PowerPoint as a visual aid.


Great Books of Antiquity, Literature of the Beat Generation, College Writing, Irish Literature:


  • Writing analytically about poems, novels, epics, etc.
DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.