Kathleen Bulger-Barnett, Ph.D.

SP425 - Cervantes

Prim 2014 

DQ-SanchoProfesora: COL Bulger-Barnett
Oficina: 428 Scott Shipp
Horas de oficina: por cita
Teléfono:  464-7457 

Textos:   Don Quijote de la Mancha por Miguel de Cervantes.  Edición de John Jay Allen.  Madrid:  Ediciones Cátedra, S. A., 1977.  2 volúmenes. 


Propósito del curso:   

  1. Familiarizarse con la literatura cervantina. 
  2. Leer y analizar 3 obras cervantinas--Don Quijote de la Mancha, una de sus Novelas ejemplares, y un entremés. 
  3. Preparar una obra escrita de investigacion de un tema cervantino escogido por el estudiante y aprobado por la profesora.  
  4. Mejorar el español al practicarlo y escucharlo en las discusiones de clase. 

Evaluación y nota:  

40%..........Trabajo escrito   

60%..........Tres exámenes de una hora   

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Help received clarification:   


Unless the assigned work is certified and specifically for a formal grade, cadets are encouraged to work together. However, FOR YOUR PROTECTION it should be noted in writing at the end of the assignment if help was received, and from whom. Online computer drills are not certified and you have permission to work with others. Since computer drills are of a tutorial nature only and for supplemental practice purposes only and not for a numerical grade per exercise, students may help one another, get tutorial help, or even access the answers. However, note in writing or an email that you have done this.  


For helpful documentation regarding  any writing in this course, please see the VMI Official Handbook, Andrea Lunsford’s The Everyday Writer (5th ed.)  


Statement on disabilities: VMI abides by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 which mandate reasonable accommodations are provided for all cadets with documented disabilities. If you have a registered disability and may require some type of instructional and/or examination accommodations, please contact me early in the semester so that I can provide or facilitate provision of accommodations you may need. If you have not already done so, you will need to register with the Office of Disabilities Services, the designated office on Post to provide services for cadets with disabilities. The office is located on the 2nd floor of the VMI Health Center. Please call or stop by the office of LTC Jones, Director of Disabilities Services, for more information, 464-7667 or jonessl10@vmi.edu.”  


Guard duty and absences: Cadets "standing guard" are authorized to miss class.  Those cadets who are simply "on guard" must attend class.  In either case, if an exam or other graded work is scheduled, cadets are expected to arrange a swap of guard duty.   

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Algunos enlaces cervantinos: 

 DQ via Centro virtual cervantes
 The Cervantes project
 The Ormsby translation part 1
 The Ormsby translation part 2
 Cervantes in CyberSpain
 Cervantes Society of America
 Steven Hale's Cervantes homepage
 Exposicion digital del arte del Quijote
A tribute to Don Quijote
Online DQ in English with Dore illustrations
 The Don Quixote Web Page