Fulfills writing intensive requirement.
Prerequisite: ENWR 102.
A preparation for students to write within the larger academic community. Students study conventions of effective writing for various types of academic essays, including research papers. Includes instruction in online and library research.
Placement determined by score on national exams or passing grade in ENWR 101.
This interdisciplinary course will focus on social justice and human rights issues in the world through a critical engagement with the aesthetics and the politics of African, Asian, European, and Latin and North American cinemas. This course will have two major service learning components: Students enrolled in this course will take a leadership role in the organization of the Social Justice Human Rights Film Festival, which will be open to the Carroll and Helena community. Students will also conduct research throughout the semester culminating in the production of short videos on social justice and human rights issues in the local community.