WRTG 3020: Rhetoric of Gender and Sexuality through New Media


Last offered: Fall 2015

WRTG 3020 Fall 2015 Syllabus (PDF on Google Drive)

Course Overview

Are you interested in the connections between gender expression and sexual orientation? Do you enjoy exploring new media environments and learning to craft compelling messages in a variety of new media formats? Still need to fulfill your Arts and Sciences core requirement for upper division written communication?

If so, consider choosing my WRTG 3020 topic: The Rhetoric of Gender and Sexuality through New Media, which also counts as an elective for TAM, WGST, and LGBT Studies.

OFFERED: Two sections every semester.

DELIVERY FORMAT: Hybrid of classroom-based and online learning.

MEETING SCHEDULE: One section meets from 5:00-6:15 on Tuesdays. The second section meets either from 6:30-7:45 on Tuesdays OR from 5:00-6:15 on Thursdays, depending on the semester.

ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS: Typically two per week, due by midnight on Fridays and Sundays, with a 24 hour grace period.

SAMPLE STUDENT PROJECTS: I’ve embedded a few student favorites below. For more, browse the Rhetoric of G&S Sample Student Projects category on my DW101 help site.