Cornell University: Sexual Relations of Early and 19th-century American Literature

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Jonathan Senchyne – English 1158.2 American Literature and Culture: The Power of the Page

Our Keywords Writing Assignment

During weeks when an entry in Keywords for American Cultural Studies has been assigned, you are invited to use the Keyword "collaboratory" areas to take notes, ask questions, and make claims about a keyword in relation to the course's literary texts.

Our Keyword Collaboratory Areas

Religion and Secularism



Slavery and Race






Helpful Links

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Instructions for First-Time Users

Students: If you're a student enrolled in either class, you'll have access to edit pages.

  1. To create an account, click on the link in the top right-hand corner of this page.
  2. Submit all the information requested on the registration page. Your user name should be created in the following format: FirstLast. Make sure to remember your password.
  3. Email your instructor confirming your user name so we can activate your account. You will only be able to modify pages once we have activated your account.
  4. Until we activate your account, you're welcome to experiment with editing pages in the Sandbox. Check out the Help and FAQs pages for tips on how to format pages.

Collaboratory Lead: Jonathan Senchyne, Cornell University

Other Visitors to the Site: If you're not enrolled in these classes, you can still read and comment on the work that we're generating throughout the quarter. This will be a work in progress until the beginning of December, so please check back for new additions and developments. You're also welcome to email me Jonathan Senchyne) with questions or comments about the course.