1. What are some of the key feelings or emotions that are evoked and conveyed in the manifestos? How would you consider these in light of the Love piece?
2. What does a manifesto achieve on its own? Think about this in light of the Armstrong and Crage article
3. In week 1 we already considered distinctions like intellectual/political, academic/activist. What do you make of these distinctions in light of all the material assigned for this week?
4. Try to identify 3 features that there are in common across a number of manifestos. This could be features relating to form, to content, to political stance, to the actions they demand…anything at all.