additional sources and readings

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The readings posted to this section (in the menu at left) are either supplemental to the literature available

in your required course textbook, or provided as a courtesy for the first few weeks of the class until you

can obtain the textbook.   Links to printer-friendly PDF versions or additional on-line resources are

provided on each page; these should be downloaded, prepared and brought to class with you on the

dates in your course outline.  During class time, you may access these readings on your tablet, laptop,

or smartphone, as long as you show evidence of having read the materials in advance.  (As outlined in

the course policies, neglecting to read, prepare, and bring the assigned readings may result in your

dismissal from the class.)

Even though some literature written before 1800 is public domain, all readings on this site are encrypted as

a courtesy to potential copyright holders.  Please use the password provided in your syllabus, or contact the

instructor if you cannot find the password:

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