Each assignment is due in the instructor's mailbox during the week indicated below. Count Week 1 as the first week that classes begin and Week 15 as the final week of the term. Trimester dates are listed at the upper left hand corner of your registration form.
All papers must be typed, with footnotes and bibliographies where appropriate, and mailed in before the assignment deadline. Your papers should be typed, double-spaced, with specific references to your assigned readings (for example, McWilliams, p.20-25); they should also be date mailed. Be sure to always include a self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of your paper. Footnotes or endnotes are desirable, although your references may be placed in the body of the paper in parenthesis. Details on requirements for each assignment can be found in the respective sections.
See Instructions for Sending in Assignments from the Humanities External Degree Online Catalog for specific details regarding approved methods of turning in assignments.
If you do not fully understand the assignment or need help, telephone the instructor during office hours, or mail in your questions.
University regulations forbid assigning a grade of "I" (Incomplete) unless at least one course assignment has been received by the instructor. Instead, we must assign a "U" grade (Unauthorized Incomplete), which is equivalent to an "F."
|1. Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit||Week 3|
|2. Marx's Man and Labor||Week 4|
|3. Erich Fromm||Week 5|