Tuesday, 13 Nov 2018

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Wildcard: Any Course-related Topic You’d Like to Write About

Choose any course-related topic you’d like to write about. Post a blog entry about it. Rather than just posting the URL here, post a statement that encourages your classmates to respond. (“Hey, guys, here’s my writing assignment!” won’t be all that effective. What can you write that will engage your peers? What do YOU find engaging when you read online?)

12 Comments

  1. demischwartz says:

    Hi 🙂 I wrote about the important link between literature and culture. Have you ever judged a work without taking the cultural context into account? I’m sure we all have, so I wrote about how this class and another class I’m in helped me realize why culture is so important. http://blogs.setonhill.edu/demischwartz/2018/11/13/wildcard-culture-and-literature/

  2. mariahbetz says:

    Do you like movies? How do they relate to plays? I’d love to hear what you think about what I propose!
    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/mariahbetz/2018/11/13/wildcard-any-course-related-topic-youd-like-to-write-about/

  3. morganallen says:

    Hi everyone,
    I wrote a sort of small blog post talking through some of my thoughts on Emily Dickinson and her writing. Pretty much a personal opinion and my relationship with her and her writing throughout the years. You can find it here:
    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/morganallen/2018/11/13/wildcard-any-course-related-topic-youd-like-to-write-about/

  4. nicholasdormihal says:

    In Memory of Stan Lee, I look at the similarities between comics and stage plays.
    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/nicholasdormihal/2018/11/14/in-memory-of-stan-lee-comics-and-the-performance-arts/

  5. myabartkowiak says:

    Hey everyone, I took the time to discuss what I believe to be the next big leap in interactive fiction. I pretty much talked about the possibilities virtual reality has to become the next Big Thing for literature. In my previous blogs about interactive fiction and video games, I failed to mention anything about VR so I felt that this would be the best place to get that out there! Check it out if you’re interested in that sort of thing!

    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/myabartkowiak/2018/11/14/wildcard-any-course-related-topic-youd-like-to-write-about-virtual-reality-the-next-step-in-interactive-fiction/

  6. laurenpogue says:

    Hey everyone, on my blog I wrote about all the different types of literature that I’ve learned about this semester. Even the types that I did not originally consider to be literature before this class. I have really enjoyed learning about text-based games, videos and other forms of literature. I hope you enjoy reading my post.

    https://blogs.setonhill.edu/laurenpogue/2018/11/27/wildcard-any-course-related-topic-youd-like-to-write-about/

  7. lucasjoanis says:

    I accidentally left this in my drafts!

    Here it is, though. I wanted to write a blog post about what else is literature. We discussed video games as literature, spoken word poetry as valid poetry, women’s literature as valid literature, and so I wanted to make a case for music as literature, as someone previously in the Orange County punk scene.

    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/lucasjoanis/2018/11/29/a-song-of-experience/

  8. abbykarg says:

    For this post, I talked about the different genres we have studied, particularly focusing on plays.

    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/abbykarg/2018/12/02/wildcard-any-course-related-topic-youd-like-to-write-about/

  9. cdonascimento says:

    Hey guys! I wrote this post about some of the things which I have learned about perceiving literature differently thanks to this class.
    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/cdonascimento/2018/12/02/wildcard-any-course-related-topic-youd-like-to-write-about-literature/

  10. paigeparise says:

    Literary criticism and journalism are completely different, right? Well, maybe not so different.
    http://blogs.setonhill.edu/paigeparise/2018/12/03/literature-and-journalism/

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