ENGLISH 244 - Introduction to Literary Journalism
Section: 001 Great Lakes Writers Corps Part I
Term: WN 2020
Subject: English Language and Literature (ENGLISH)
Department: LSA English Language & Literature
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This section of 244 is Part 1 of the three-part sequence of the Great Lakes Writers Corps. In it, GLWC students explore the genre, craft, and practice of literary journalism in advance of their investigative-immersion Great Lakes writing project (Part 2: Summer 20) and the GLWC Writing for Publication (Part 3: Fall 20). Students will learn methods for community-embedded research, analyze and imitate model texts, learn about alternative media for complex nonfiction storytelling, and conduct initial research. Students will ultimately construct and formally propose their own Great Lakes writing project. Only admitted GLWC students may enroll.

ENGLISH 244 - Introduction to Literary Journalism
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MW 1:00PM - 2:30PM
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