Deconstructing TV’s Buffy

Course Description and Objectives:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is an extremely “full” text, playing on ideological fault lines (the “Hellmouth,” if you will) throughout its 103 hours. The series, self-consciously generic in conception and execution, allows this course to examine the histories, theories, and traditions of the musical, melodrama, comedy, silent film and horror genres. Through the “Buffyverse” (a media space that includes spin-offs, comics, games, and books, but also such unofficial forms as fan fiction), students will have the opportunity to examine how the media product in a digital/industrial society, like the mythic folktale in other cultures, serves as a site where society collectively speaks to itself, confronting basic human issues in a familiar context.  By investigating issues that our culture has returned to time and again, often presenting conflicting answers to the same troubling questions, students will be able to examine the socially constructed nature of our relationship to our culture and the social world, our own bodies and ways of thinking.

 

Statement of Learning Objectives:

  • Students should exit the course with a paper worthy of publication in an academic journal devoted to undergraduate writing or useable for the writing sample required for entry to graduate school.
  • Give TV/Video majors the rare opportunity study the evolution of a single, long-running series in its entirety. This course will offer students the depth of understanding granted by courses that study the work of a single director.
  • Students will practice a variety of critical approaches on a single subject: genre and auteur theory, cultural studies, and close reading of individual episodes.
  • Students will investigate how actual audiences actually used and still use the series through fan vids and audience research.
  • Students will explore how the modern media environment alters the traditional understanding of the meaning of series through a thorough investigation of spin-offs, comic books, soundtracks, videogames, and even board games.

 

Required Books:

  • Rhonda Wilcox, Why Buffy Matters.
  • Roz Kaveney, ed. Reading the Vampire Slayer: An Unofficial Critical Companion to Buffy and Angel.
  • Rhonda V. Wilcox and David Lavery, eds. Fighting the Forces: What’s at Stake in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  • Lorna Jowett, Sex And The Slayer: A Gender Studies Primer For The Buffy Fan
  • Mary Kirby-Diaz, ed. Buffy and Angel Conquer the Internet: Essays on Online Fandom
  • Lynne Edwards, Elizabeth L. Rambo, and James B. South, eds. Buffy Goes Dark.
  • Paul Attinello, Janet K. Halfyard, and Vanessa Knights, eds. Music, Sound and Silence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

 

Recommended Books: due to being out of print, it’s available at the library

  • Glenn Yeffeth, ed. Seven Seasons of Buffy.
  • James B. South, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy.

 

Recommended Web Sites:

 

The series is available at:

  • the library’s media center
  • Hulu
  • Netflix

 

Course Schedule:

 

Viewing due for 9/8: “Welcome to the Hellmouth” and “The Harvest” (Joss Whedon, B1001-2) available at library media center on DVD or online at Hulu or IMDB.

 

Readings due for 9/8:

  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Introduction: This Our Magic World,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 1-13.
  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “ ‘There Will Never Be a ‘Very Special’ Buffy’: Symbol and Language,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 17-29.

 

Optional Reading (for those who want a summary of the Buffyverse)

  • Roz Kaveney, “ ‘She Saved the World. A Lot.’ An Introduction to the Themes and Structures of Buffy and Angel.” Reading the Vampire Slayer. (Roz Kaveney, ed.) 1-82.

 

Writing due for 9/8:

  • Write a critical summary of either of the Wilcox articles.

 

Viewings due 9/13:   

  • “The Witch” (Dana Reston, B1003) available at library media center on DVD or online at Hulu or IMDB.

 

Readings due 9/13:

  • Michael P. Levine and Steven Jay Schneider. “Feeling for Buffy: The Girl Next Door,” Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy. (ed. James B. South). 294-308. (available at the library)
  • Sherryl Vint, “ ‘Killing us Softly’? A Feminist Search for the ‘Real’ Buffy,” Slayage: The Online International of Whedon Studies. Volume 2.1, 14 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/vint.pdf
  • Patricia Pender, “‘I’m Buffy, and You’re… History’: the Postmodern Politics of Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 35-44.
  • Lauren Schumacher, “The Many Face of Buffy: An Analysis of the Disharmonious Visual Representations of Buffy Summers in Primary and Secondary Texts,” Watcher Junior. Issue 5, 17 pages. http://www.watcherjunior.tv/05/schumacher.php [NOTE: due to the graphics-heavy nature of this piece, it may take a while to load]

 

Writings due 9/13:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 9/15:

  • “Prophecy Girl” (Joss Whedon, B1012) available at library media center on DVD or online at Hulu or IMDB.
  • Watch: Production pilot (unaired): http://www.buffyworld.com/buffy/videos/buffy000.wmv
  • “Angel” (David Greenwalt, B1007) available at library media center on DVD or online at Hulu or IMDB.

 

Readings due 9/15:

  • Christine Jarvis, “ ‘I run to Death’: Renaissance sensibilities in Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Slayage: The Online International of Whedon Studies, 7.3,  10 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/Jarvis.pdf
  • Catherine Siemann, “Darkness Falls on the Endless Summer: Buffy as Gidget for the Fin de Siecle,” Fighting the Forces, pages 120-129
  • Boyd Tonkin, “Entropy as Demon: Buffy in Southern California,” Reading the Vampire Slayer, pages 83-99.

 

Writing due 9/15:

  • Critical summary of one of the articles.
  • 3-5-page paper comparing Joss Whedon’s direction in the unaired production pilot with another episode that he directed.

 

Viewings due 9/20:

  • “Surprise” (Marti Noxon, B2013) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Innocence” (Joss Whedon, B2014) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Suggested viewing:

  • “School Hard” (David Greenwalt, B2003)

 

Readings due 9/20:

  • Ben Singer. “Meanings of Melodrama,” Melodrama and Modernity. New York: Columbia University Press, 2001. p. 37-58. (on reserve at the library)
  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Love and Loss: It’s Not Over: Time, Love, and Loss in ‘Surprise’/’Innocence’,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 111-128.

 

Writing due 9/20:

  • Write a critical summary of one of these two articles.

 

Viewings due 9/22:

  • “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” (Marti Noxon, B2016) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 9/22:

  • Steve Wilson, “Laugh, Spawn of Hell, Laugh,” Reading the Vampire Slayer, FIRST EDITION, p. 78-97. (on reserve at the library, ask for the first edition only).
  • Tanya Krzywinska, “Hubble-Bubble, Herbs, and Grimoires: Magic, Manichaeanism, and Witchcraft in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 178-194.

 

Writing due 9/22:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 9/27:

  • “Passion” (Ty King, B2017) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 9/27:

  • David Kociemba, “‘Over-identify much?’: Passion, ‘Passion,’ and the Author-Audience Feedback Loop in Buffy the Vampire Slayer”. Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 5.3   http://slayageonline.com/PDF/kociemba.pdf .
  • Christine Jarvis, “School is Hell: Gendered Fears in Teenage Horror,” Educational Studies. Vol. 27, no. 3, 2001. (HANDOUT).

 

Writing due 9/27:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 9/29:

  •  “Becoming, Part 1” and “Becoming, Part 2” (Joss Whedon, B2021-22) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 9/29:

  • Elizabeth Krimmer and Shilpa Raval, “‘Digging the Undead’: Death and Desire in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 153-164.
  • Jennifer Cruisie, “Dating Death,” Seven Seasons of Buffy, p. 85-96. http://www.jennycrusie.com/for-writers/essays/dating-death/
  • Alyson Buckman, “Triangulated Desire in Angel and Buffy,” Sexual Rhetoric in the Works of Joss Whedon. pages 48-92. (on reserve at the library)

 

Writing due 9/29:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 10/4:

  • “What’s My Line? Part 1” (Howard Gordon and Marti Noxon, B2009) Available at the library media center on DVD or online at Hulu.
  • “What’s My Line? Part 2” (Marti Noxon, B2010) Available at the library media center on DVD or online at Hulu.

 

Readings due 10/4:

  • Lynne Edwards, “Slaying in Black and White: Kendra as Tragic Mulatta in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 85-97.
  • Ewan Kirkland, “The Caucasian Persuasion,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 5.1, 17 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/kirkland.pdf
  • Rebecca M. Brown, “Orientalism in Firefly and Serenity,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 7.1, 16 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/Brown.pdf

 

Writings due 10/4:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.
  • Reminder: proposal for final paper due 11/15.

 

Viewings due 10/6:

  • “The Wish” (Marti Noxon, B3009) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Doppelgangland” (Joss Whedon, B3016) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 10/6:

  • Scott Westerfield, “A Slayer Comes to Town,” Seven Seasons of Buffy, p. 30-40. (on reserve at the library)
  • Mary Alice Money, “The Undemonization of Supporting Characters in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 98-107.
  • Martin Buinicki and Anthony Enns, “Buffy the Vampire Disciplinarian: Institutional Excess and the New Economy of Power,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 1.4, 9 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/buinicki_enns.pdf

 

Writing due 10/6:

  • Write a critical summary of one of these articles.

 

NO CLASS 10/11

 

Viewings due 10/13:

  • “Gingerbread” (Jane Espenson & Thania St. John, B3011) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 10/13:

  • Rob Breton and Lindsey McMaster, “Dissing the Age of MOO: Initiatives, Alternatives, and Rationality,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 1.1, 8 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/breton_mcmaster.pdf
  • Neal King, “Brownskirts: Fascism, Christianity, and the Eternal Demon,” Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy. (ed. James B. South). p. 197-211. (on reserve at the library)

 

Writings due 10/13:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.
  • Write a 3-5 page paper completely describing a setting used anywhere in the series and the effects created by the décor, props, and space.

 

Viewings due 10/18:

  • “Helpless” (David Fury, B3012) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 10/18:

 

Writings due 10/18:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 10/20:

  • “The Zeppo” (Dan Vebber, B3013) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 10/20:

  • Lorna Jowett, “Tough Guys” and “New Men,” Sex and the Slayer: A Gender Studies Primer for the Buffy Fan. p. 95-143.
  • Karen Eileen Overbey and Lahney Preston-Matto, “Staking in Tongues: Speech Act as Weapon in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 73-84.

 

Writings due 10/20:

  • Write a critical summary of ONE of the two chapters by Lorna Jowett.

 

Viewings due 10/25:

  • “Graduation, Part 1” and “Graduation, Part 2” (Joss Whedon, B3021-22) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Suggested Viewings:

  • “Choices” (David Fury, B3019) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “The Prom” (Marti Noxon, B3020) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 10/25:

  • David Fritts, “Warrior Heroes: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Beowulf,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 5.1, 13 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/fritts.pdf
  • Maxine Phillips, “The ‘Buffy Paradigm’ Revisited,” Dissent, Spring 2003, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p. 81-82. (posted on course web site)
  • Sara Buttsworth, “‘Bite Me’: Buffy and the penetration of the gendered warrior-hero”. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 16.2, pp 185-199. 2002. (posted on course web site)

 

Writing due 10/25:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.
  • Reminder: proposal for final paper due 11/15.

 

MID-SEMESTER PASS/FAIL GRADES DUE

 

Viewings due 10/27:

  • “This Year’s Girl” (Doug Petrie, B4015) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Who Are You?” (Joss Whedon, B4016) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Five By Five” (Jim Kouf, Angel 1018) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Sanctuary” (Tim Minear and Joss Whedon, Angel 1019) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 10/27:

  • Ian Shuttleworth, “‘They Always Mistake Me for the Character I Play!’: Transformation, Identity, and Role-playing in the Buffyverse (and a Defense of Fine Acting),” Reading the Vampire Slayer. p. 233-276.
  • Elyce Rae Helford, “‘My Emotions Give Me Power’: The Containment of Girl’s Anger in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 18-34.
  • Gwyn Symonds, “‘A Little More Soul Than Is Written’: James Marsters’ Performance of Spike and the Ambiguity of Evil in Sunnydale,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 4.4, 15 pages http://slayageonline.com/PDF/symonds2.pdf .

 

Writing due 10/27:

  • Write a critical summary of one of the articles.
  • Write a 3-5-page paper providing a close analysis of an actor’s technique in a single episode.

 

Viewings due 11/1:

  • “Pangs” (Jane Espenson, B4008) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Suggested viewings:

  • “The Initiative” (Doug Petrie, B4007) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/1:

  • Roz Kaveney, “Writing the Vampire Slayer: Interviews with Jane Espenson and Steven S. DeKnight,” Reading the Vampire Slayer. pages 100-131.
  • David Kociemba, “Understanding the Espensode,” Buffy Goes Dark. pages 23-39.
  • Dominic Alessio, “‘Things are Different Now’?: A Postcolonial Analysis of Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” The European Legacy, Vol. 6 No. 6, 2001. pages 731-740. (available on course web site)

 

Writing due 11/1:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 11/3:

  •  “Hush” (Joss Whedon, B4010) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Suggested viewings:

  • “The I in Team” (David Fury, B4013) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/3:

  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Fear: The Princess Screamed Once: Power, Silence, and Fear in ‘Hush’,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 146-161.
  • John C. King and Christophe Beck, “Preface,” Music, Sound, and Silence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. pages xxi-xxiii.
  • Arnie Cox and Rebecca Fulop, “ ‘What rhymes with lungs?’: When Music Speaks Louder than Words,” Music, Sound, and Silence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. pages 61-77.
  • S. Renee Dechert, “ ‘My Boyfriend’s in the Band!’ Buffy and the Rhetoric of Music,” Fighting the Forces. p. 218-226.
  • Sarah F. Skwire, “Whose Side Are You on, Anyway? Children, Adults and the Use of Fairytales in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces, pages 195-206.

 

Writing due 11/3:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 11/8:

  • “Primeval” (David Fury, B4021) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Restless” (Joss Whedon, B4022) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/8: NONE

 

Writing due 11/8:

  • Write 3-5 page paper describing how the formal approach you are assigned is used in this episode and what it accomplishes. You will be presenting your findings in class.

 

Viewings due 11/10:

  • “Nightmares” (Joss Whedon, B1010) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/10:

  • Donald Keller, “Spirit Guides and Shadow Selves: From the Dream Life of Buffy (and Faith),” Fighting the Forces. p. 165-178.
  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Poetry: T. S. Eliot Comes to Television: ‘Restless’,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 162-173.

 

Writing due 11/10:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.
  • Write a 1-page proposal with your thesis statement, your 3 major premises, your impact and at least 3 important sources.

 

Viewings due 11/15:

  • “The Body” (Joss Whedon, B5016) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Suggested Viewing:

  • “Real Me” (David Fury, B5002) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/15:

  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Death: They’re Going to Find a Body: Quality Television and the Supernatural in ‘The Body’,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 174-190.
  • J.P. Williams, “Choosing Your Own Mother: Mother-Daughter Conflicts in Buffy,” Fighting the Forces. p. 61-73.

 

Writing due 11/15:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 11/17:

  • “The Gift” (Joss Whedon, B5022) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Bargaining” Parts 1 & 2 (Marti Noxon, B6001; David Fury, B6002) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/17:

  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Every Night I Save You: Buffy, Spike, Sex and Redemption,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 79-89.
  • Greg Erickson, “‘Religion Freaky’ or a ‘Bunch of Men Who Died?’  The (A)theology of Buffy,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 4.1-2, 23 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/erickson.pdf
  • Greg Stevenson, “The End as Moral Guidepost,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 4.3, 14 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/stevenson.pdf

 

Writing due 11/17:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 11/22:

  • “Once More, with Feeling” (Joss Whedon, B6007) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Suggested viewing:

  • “Life Serial” (David Fury and Jane Espenson, B6005) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/22:

  • Michael Adams, “Buffy and the Death of Style,” Buffy Goes Dark, p. 83-94.
  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Song: Singing and Dancing and Burning and Dying—‘Once More, with Feeling’,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 191-205.
  • Amy Bauer, “‘Give Me Something to Sing About’: Intertextuality and the Audience in ‘Once More, with Feeling’,” Music, Sound, and Silence in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. pages 209-234.

 

Writing due 11/22:

  • Rough cut draft of final paper.
  • Critical summary of one article.

 

THANKSGIVING BREAK

 

Viewings due 11/29:

  • “Seeing Red” (Steven DeKnight, B6019) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Villains” (Marti Noxon, B6020) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Two to Go” (Doug Petrie, B6021) Available at the library media center on DVD.
  • “Grave” (David Fury, B6022) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 11/29:

  • Victoria Spah, “ ‘Ain’t Love Grand?’: Spike and Courtly Love,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 2.1, 13 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/spah.pdf
  • Alissa Wilts, “Evil, Skanky, and Kinda Gay: Lesbian Images and Issues,” Buffy Goes Dark, p. 41-56.
  • Brandy Ryan, “‘It’s Complicated… Because of Tara,’: History, Identity Politics, and the Straight White Male Author,” Buffy Goes Dark, p. 57-74.
  • Dawn Heinecken, “Fan Readings of Sex and Violence on Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 3.3-4, 14 pages, http://slayageonline.com/PDF/heinecken.pdf

 

Writing due 11/29:

  • Critical summary of one article.
  • Peer review of one student’s rough cut of their final paper.

 

Viewings due 12/1:

  • “Storyteller” (Jane Espenson, B7016) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 12/1:

 

Writing due 12/1:

  • Critical summary of one article.

 

Viewings due 12/6:

  • “Chosen” (Joss Whedon, B7022) Available at the library media center on DVD.

 

Readings due 12/6:

  • Rhonda V. Wilcox, “Show Me Your World: Exiting the Text and the Globalization of Buffy,” Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. p. 90-107.
  • Jes Battis, “‘She’s Not All Grown Yet’: Willow as Hybrid/Hero in Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association. 2.4, 14 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/battis.pdf
  • Renee St. Louis and Miriam Riggs, “‘And Yet’: The Limits of Buffy Feminism,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association, 8.1, 19 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/St._Louis_Riggs.pdf
  • Arwen Spicer, “‘It’s Bloody Brilliant!’: The Undermining of Metanarrative Feminism in the Season Seven Arc Narrative of Buffy,” Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association, 4.3, 22 pages. http://slayageonline.com/PDF/spicer2.pdf

 

Writing due 12/6:

  • Critical summary of one article.

 

Viewings due 12/8:

  • “Superstar” (Jane Espenson, B4017)

 

Readings due 12/8:

  • Justine Larbalestier, “Buffy’s Mary Sue is Jonathan: Buffy Acknowledges the Fans,” Fighting the Forces. p. 227-238.
  • David Kociemba, “‘Fake it Till You Make It’: Understanding Media Addiction and Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Buffy and Angel Conquer the Internet. Pages 127-146.

 

Writing due 12/8:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

Viewings due 12/13:

 

Readings due 12/13:

  • Kathryn Hill, “‘Easy to Associate Angsty Lyrics with Buffy’: An Introduction to a Participatory Fan Culture: Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Buffy and Angel Conquer the Internet. Pages 172-196.

 

Writing due 12/13:

  • Write a critical summary of any of the articles.

 

In-class screening:

  • Both Sides Now (Kandy Fong, 1980) 3-4 min.
  • Closer (T Jonesy and Killa, 2003) 3-4 min.
  • Women’s Work (Sisabet and Luminosity, 2007) 3-4 min.
  • Hot, Hot, Hot: A Taxonomy of Male Hotness (Rache and Sandy, 2005) 3-4 min.
  • Whatever (Luminosity and Sisabet, 2004) 3-4 min.
  • You Don’t Bring Me Flowers (SDWolfpup, 2003) 3-4 min.
  • Living Dead Girl (Brad, 2007) 3-4 min.
  • Transparent (Laura Shapiro, 2004) 3-4 min.
  • Coin Operated Boy (SDWolfpup, 2004) 5 min.
  • Origin Stories (Gianduja Kiss, 2008) 3-4 min.
  • Buffy vs. Edward (Jonathan McIntosh, 2009) 3-4 min.
  • Us (lim, 2007) 3-4 min.
  • Destiny Calling (Counteragent, 2007) 3-4 min.

 

Final exam day: 12/15 at 3:30 p.m. MANDATORY

 

Writings due 12/15:

  • Final paper due.
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