|Title||Natural, Digital, Rhetorical: Global Ecology and Environmental Justice|
|Time/Place||T/R 1:00-2:15 Callaway N 203|
|Instructor||Ms. McKenna Rose|
|Contact||email firstname.lastname@example.org; website mckennarose.org; twitter @ENG181Nature|
|Office Hours||Thursdays 10:00-11:00 in N 205a and by appointment|
In English 101 we will we do our part to help obstruct the impending environmental crisis through the analysis and production of environmental rhetoric. In this course you will engage with ecocritical texts from multiple modes, genres, historical periods, and geographic regions to expand your critical writing and reading skills; develop rhetorical knowledge and practices; and participate with audiences both local and global. Through diverse forms of engagement in multiple textual modes, we will attempt to redress calamities such as climate change, species depletion, resource exhaustion, intensive animal farming, and waste disposal through more earnest concepts of human, animal, ecology, wilderness, and technology.
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