19 January 2016—Round and Square Syllabus 2016
19 January 2016—China's Lunar Calendar 2016 01-19
19 January 2015—Accidental Ethnographer Syllabus 2015
19 January 2015—China's Lunar Calendar 2015 01-19
19 January 2014—China's Lunar Calendar 2014 01-19
19 January 2013—Channeling Liam: Bike Seat Height
19 January 2012—Prairie Ethnography: The Thousand Ask Question
19 January 2011—Celebrity Commentary Resource Center
|[a[ Gates to learning RF|
Unless otherwise indicated, NYRB and Round and Square readings are due on Mondays for HIST 190 and HIST 210 and will be a part of both the quiz and class discussion on Mondays. For HIST 150 and ANST 351, they are due on Tuesday (of course).
(Available at Turtle Creek Bookstore—ask for it)
Read all front matter (cover, inside-cover advertisement, table of contents, contributors)
43-48 Christopher Benfey. Emily: The Quiet Earthquake.
48-50 Lewis Lockwood. 'There Is Only One Beethoven.'
59-63 J.M. Coetzee. A Great Writer We Should Know.
19-21 Jay Neugeboren. Take Me to Bellevue.
22-23 Ian Johnson. When the Chinese Were Unspeakable.
24-26 Timothy Garton Ash. Is Europe Disintegrating?
33-35 Anka Muhlstein. Painters and Writers: When Something New Happens.
40-42 Darryl Pinckney. The Genius of Blackness.
51-53 Steven Weinberg. The Trouble With Quantum Mechanics.
54-56 Annette Gordon-Reed. The Captive Aliens Who Remain Our Shame
12-14 Jed Perl. Cool, Sublime, Idealistis Diebnkorn.
|[b] Shepherding the argument RF|