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Diane K. Putnam
English Instructor and Accreditation Faculty Co-Chair

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MA English, Northeastern University, Boston; BA Literature & American Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
With Cabrillo College since 1998

Fall 2018 English 2: Composition and Critical Thinking
Sections 105298 & 105302

Theme: Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories

From UFOs to JFK to 9/11 to the Deep State, Americans love a conspiracy. In this class, students will examine critical thinking strategies employed by conspiracy theorists and those who study them. Students will discuss, research and analyze specific cases of alleged and actual conspiracies, including unethical medical studies and financial-sector manipulations. This course is transferable to CSU and UC.

See instructor's webpage for a link to the most recent syllabus.

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