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Week 3: Genre Lecture Part 1

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His 147A: SF Since the 1990s

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SF Since the 70's, Part 2: Conclusion of "Cyberpunk" discussion.

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His 147A Lecture 5: John W. Campbell's Golden Age

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His 147A Section 2: Lecture 1: Different Definitions of SF

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His 147A Sec. 2: SF Since 1970s, Part 2

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His 147A Sec. 2: The New Wave, Part 2

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His 147A Sec. 2: The New Wave, Part 1

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His 147A Sec.2: SF in the 1950s.

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His 147A: British Science Fiction

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His147A Sec. 2 Lecture 4: John W. Campbell

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His 147A Lecture 4: Hugo Gernsback and the Birth of SF Fandom.

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His 147A Lecture 3: Anglo-French Enlightenment and the French Revolution

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BEAM: A Tool for Academic Writing

This video introduces BEAM as a way to think about purposeful source use in academic writing. BEAM is an acronym for Background, Exhibit, Argument, and Method sources.

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Genres of Source Reference (Summary, Paraphrase, Patchwrite, Quotation)

This video describes different genres (or types) of source reference that are common in academic literacy tasks assigned to undergraduate students. Video slides are available here. A handout of the…

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John F. Fetzer

In this conversation, Emeritus Professor John Fetzer discusses his career at the University of California at Davis, including important persons and events that shaped his interests and scholarship,…

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