1. Google the following :
- Moral Criticism, Dramatic Construction (~360 BC-present)
- Formalism, New Criticism, Neo-Aristotelian Criticism (1930s-present)
- Psychoanalytic Criticism, Jungian Criticism(1930s-present)
- Marxist Criticism (1930s-present)
- Reader-Response Criticism (1960s-present)
- Structuralism/Semiotics (1920s-present)
- Post-Structuralism/Deconstruction (1966-present)
- New Historicism/Cultural Studies (1980s-present)
- Post-Colonial Criticism (1990s-present)
- Feminist Criticism (1960s-present)
- Gender/Queer Studies (1970s-present)
2. Post to the showcase blog - three interesting points about any of the above.
What did you learn?
What will your classmates find enlightening?
3. Explore JSTOR - search: Jane Eyre + a School of Criticism - i.e. Structuralism, Marxist, Feminist...
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4. Post to the showcase blog: one essay with link that you find interesting...
What is the thesis? Post it. Copy and Paste
Can you identify the school of criticism?
I found these points interesting...
1. Cornell's School of Criticism & Theory
2. What does Literary Theory look like in college or grad school? Here's a couple examples:
a syllabus from Penn's English 571
Harvard's Literary Theory Professors
3. Why use JSTOR - an online archive of scholarly journals?
Because we are looking to delve deeper than internet criticism...