Editing Practice of scholarship (Spring 2019)

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** A brief statement posing your research around a puzzle or some other genre/framing device (see the Zuckerman reading for ideas).
 
** A brief statement posing your research around a puzzle or some other genre/framing device (see the Zuckerman reading for ideas).
 
** A brief statement of the significance or application of your project.
 
** A brief statement of the significance or application of your project.
* Review a peer's "intro to the intro." Evaluate whether it effectively articulates a research topic, question, puzzle, and significance. Write down comments and bring them with you to class.
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* Review a peer's "intro to the intro." Evaluate whether it effectively articulates a research topic, question, puzzle, and significance. Post your review as a response to your peer's post in the appropriate "Discussion" on Canvas.
  
 
=== Week 4: April 22 — Prior Work: Interrupting a conversation ===
 
=== Week 4: April 22 — Prior Work: Interrupting a conversation ===

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