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Individualism vs. Reciprocity: A Rubric for Incorporating East Asian Literature, Art, and Philosophy into Your World Literature Course – English Professional Development Series

December 3, 2014 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Cumming | 246
Dahlonega | LTC 162
Gainesville | Nesbitt 5105  (Video Teleconference launch site)
Oconee | 564

Facilitated by Shannon Gilstrap

In an attempt to re-deliver some of the information learned during the East-West
Center’s Infusing Chinese and Japanese Art, Religion, and Philosophy Into the Undergraduate Curriculum program, this session will present a possible organizational pattern for integrating Japanese and Chinese Art, Literature, and Philosophy into a World Literature Course that may be a little light on East Asian literary works. The information may be simply one unit in the course, or may be used to organize the entire semester.

 

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Date:
December 3, 2014
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Organizer

Brandi Hester, Office Administrator, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership
Phone:
678-717-3933
Email:
brandi.hester@ung.edu
Website:
http://ung.edu/center-teaching-learning-leadership/events-and-workshops/upcoming-events.php

Venue

VideoTeleConference: GC Nesbitt 5105 to CC: UC 262 | DC: LTC 162 | OC: SRC 564
3820 Mundy Mill Road
Oakwood GA, 30566
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Phone:
678-717-3933
Website:
http://ung.edu/center-teaching-learning-leadership/events-and-workshops/upcoming-events.php