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ENGL 2630 Keri Holt: Primary Sources

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When researching primary sources, you may encounter offensive or harmful language, images, assumptions, and/or arguments. Although this material may be offensive and problematic, such material can provide useful information about the cultural attitudes, beliefs, and conditions that contributed to its creation. It is important to study these works, but it is also important to recognize the problematic and offensive dimensions and implications of these materials. If you are working with primary sources that contain offensive language, images, assumptions, or arguments, you must provide appropriate contexts and framing when introducing this material to the class. Students who are presenting a work that contains offensive language, imagery, assumptions, or arguments must meet with Dr. Holt to discuss how to present this material to the class in ways that are responsible and appropriate.  



Women's Rights

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