Writing as Craft (A)
Sophomore - Senior
Class Size: 15
Credits per quarter
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This course is designed as an opportunity for you to define, develop, & deepen your craft as a writer.
Workshops and assignments will be geared to other writing you have to do for school (including the Academic Statement), and will culminate in a portfolio of your strongest work.
Skills, topics, resources, forms of inquiry:
- peer review is a social practice we will engage in early and often
- the relation between writing and research is a topic we will consider
- copious office hours will allow for one-on-one support for your scholarly compositions
- dynamic workshops and seminars will deepen our skills in collaborative inquiry
No experience necessary, some assembly required, all students welcome.
Students in ILCs, or INTs are especially welcome; students in programs (including SOSs) and courses are most welcome as well.
But whoever you are, be sure to bring a notebook and a good pen to our first class.
The only way to do this right is by writing.
Fall 2019 Registration
Course Reference Numbers
So - Sr (4): 10373
Fields of Study
In Person or Remote
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SEM 2 D2107 - Seminar