Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College


English 101 Section B27. Writing About Explorations and Identity

Where does our identity come from and what does this mean for how we move through and present ourselves to the world? We’ll look at how past experiences, environments, and language have contributed to shaping us into who we are today and exploring how malleable identity may be. We’ll spend the course of the semester reflecting on our own identities while exploring those of others through reading, analysis, and writing. The rhetorical writing we’ll do in this class will enable you to become a better critical thinker and a more engaged citizen. You will learn a discrete set of tools for composing persuasive, dynamic writing. To this end, we will be working with one another’s writing to understand the rhetoric of intellectual inquiry.

Claudia Ward de-Leon