Monthly Archives: October 2013
Published about one year ago, this article demonstrates that Seager is not alone in her analysis. One logical fallacy is to make a statement based upon a “false generalization.” That is to say, because it did not happen to me, it … Continue reading
10/1 Formal Paper #1 is due in class today; late papers will not be accepted. Please also submit you peer critiques. Then go on to read “Ponds” by Lewis Thomas (pp. 107-111) and “Basin and Range” by John McPhee … Continue reading
Powerful documentary, by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (for PBS, 2013). This relates directly to the reading “from the Narrative of Life and Adventures of Henry Bibb, An American Slave” (210-217).
For all of McGovern’s students: Please let me know if this link works better. Thanks again! http://wp.me/p3RhT6-6n
Hello All: Please accept my apology for my missing class on Halloween (October 31). At my physician’s insistence, I was hospitalized for a couple of nights in NYC. As I learned just now from the Department Chair — NO SUBSTITUTE … Continue reading
NOTE: This is the NEW schedule after Professor McGovern had a sick day on 10/17. NEWLY UPDATED SCHEDULE for ENG 207, #004 The primary theme of this next sequence of stories deals w/gender, gender roles, and marriage. Enjoy! 10/15: QUIZ … Continue reading