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ENGLĀ 291: Intermediate Creative Nonfiction Writing

From the intimate personal essay to more externally driven literary journalism, creative nonfiction covers a range of forms. Students learn to combine fictional techniques, personal recollections, and direct exposition in assignments that might include memoir, personal essay, cultural criticism, nature writing, book and film reviewing, and "new journalism." Contemporary nonfiction writers such as Annie Dillard, Scott Russell Sanders, Judith Ortiz Cofer, and John McPhee provide models and inspiration for writing in the course. Counts toward management studies concentration.
Prerequisites: FYW and at least sophomore status.

Media Studies

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...Genre ENGL 285 Digital Rhetorics and New Media Literacies ENGL 289 Journalistic Writing ENGL 291...

Africa and the Americas

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...ENGL 205 American Racial and Multicultural Literatures ENGL...and Reconstruction Era HIST 291 Introduction to African...

Management Studies

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...Computing Applications ENGL 289 Journalistic Writing ENGL 291 Intermediate Creative Nonfiction Writing ENGL 373 Advanced...