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Students in Tamera Marko‘s WR 121-34 Bilingual Research Writing course (2011-12) at Emerson College have produced an anthology from eight of their course assignments: a proposition essay, a letter, an academic essay, a dream assignment proposal, a food research project, a musical research project, a 500-word proposal, and a plan to effect that proposal. Students had a range of genres to choose from in completing their assignments including academic essays, autoethnography, slam poetry, Storify stories, and blog or diary entries. No matter the genre they chose, students in the course consistently incorporated a theme of heritage, or orígenes.
The text was compiled and edited by Ryan Catalani, Valeria Pachón, Allison “Truj” Trujillo, and Ana Karina Vivas. The cover’s theme was developed by Ana Karina Vivas and Ryan Catalani. You can read more about their work at www.heritage-origenes.com