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Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

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For February 24

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

On Wednesday, we will talk about your final projects.

The readings for tomorrow are posted here. Please note, that you only have to read pp. 35-46 of the posted essay.

For Feb 22

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

For next week, please complete the blog assignment posted here.

There is no additional reading assignment for Monday (but please bring your copy of this week’s reading to class).

Email me with questions!

Assignments for Feb 8

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Next Monday, Boone will come to class and give an introduction to blogging. Please make sure you will attend class since this will be a one-time opportunity!

In preparation for Boone’s intro, each students needs to sign up for an account on qwriting.qc.cuny.edu. Here is how:

  • Click here. You’ll need to use your @qc.cuny.edu email address to sign up. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll get an email to your qc email account asking you to activate your account (check your spam folder if you don’t see the email). Click the link to activate. You may change your password to something more memorable, and your Display Name to something more recognizable on the Dashboard if you feel comfortable with the software — otherwise no worries, we will do this on Monday with Boone.
  • Also, please make sure to complete your first blog assignment (as specified on the syllabus), and to have your picture and the text of your self-introduction available to be posted on your blogs (save them on your email, or bring them on a flashdrive).

    There is no reading due for our Monday class.

    Willkommen!

    Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

    … or: welcome to Soc 240: Visual Sociology! I am very excited about teaching this class once again at Queens College, and hope you will share my passion for visual sociological exploration during this semester. We will use this blog as our main class site, for announcements, readings and assignments, and you will also work on your own personal blogs throughout the semester. Check out the class blogroll on the left hand side and start exploring your fellow classmates’ blogs.