This class is designed as an opportunity for you to define, develop, and deepen your craft as a writer.
Workshops and assignments will be geared toward both critical and creative writing, 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.
Our work will be conducted remotely, using Canvas and Zoom. The faculty will offer alternative assignments if conditions or illness prevent students from accessing our synchronous meetings, which will allow students to earn comparable credit.