ENGLISH 328 - Writing and the Environment
Section: 101 NELP
Term: SP 2009
Subject: English Language and Literature (ENGLISH)
Department: LSA English Language & Literature
Credits:
3
Requirements & Distribution:
ULWR, CE
Consent:
With permission of department.
Lab Fee:
730
Repeatability:
May be elected twice for credit.
Primary Instructor:

ENGLISH 328 in the English Department's New England Literature Program (which is also made up of ENGLISH 473 and ENGLISH 317) accounts for the creative work that students do in their journals over the course of the program. For most students, this work includes most or all of the following: poetry & fiction, drawing & painting, and writing that is a product of or assigned in conjunction with other kinds of creative expression like dance and drama. But the real core of the work students do in their NELP journals is the creative non-fiction writing that both documents their experiences at NELP (in the classroom, hiking mountains, cooking spaghetti for fifty...) and forms a network of reflection that connects those experiences to the readings they do for the program as well as for the more conventionally academic writing they also do in response to those readings. We see the journal at NELP as a creative document that incorporates academic work as one of its many parts, and as a space for our students to experiment with language as a primary medium for engaging with our particular brand of experiential learning at NELP, through alternately creative and academic modes.

*NELP is only open to students that have been accepted into the NELP Program.

ENGLISH 328 - Writing and the Environment
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