College students' writings
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Two student papers from English 2741: American Jewish Literature: Immigrant Fiction taught by Dr. Adam Rovner. Students were assigned to choose an individual represented in the Beck archives that paralleled or contrasted a text chosen from the course. Also included in the file is a copy of the final paper assignment.
Dates: 2013 May
Scope and Contents Seventeen student papers from ASEM 2615: Disease in World History class taught by Dr. Hilary A. Smith. Students were assigned to choose a JCRS patient as the subject of their paper.
Scope and Contents One student research paper entitled "What was the purpose of the Chicano/Jewish Dialogues? Can they Endure?" written for SOC 2655: Latinos in American Society.
Overview Exterior view of the University of Denver's Buchtel Tower in Denver, Colorado. Two men carrying cases walk down the sidewalk with the Buchtel Chapel in the background.
Dates: between 1960-1983
Overview The University of Denver Writing Program provides writing instruction and tutoring services to the University student community, works with faculty across the University to encourage improved writing, and publishes collections of student and DU community literary work.
Dates: Other: 2006-present
Scope and Contents Ten student papers from Writing 1113 class taught by Dr. Sarah Hart Micke. Students were assigned to choose a JCRS patient as the subject of their paper. Also included in the file is a copy of the assignment.