Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_C - Creative Contributions Writing Bookstore
Page 3     41-60 of 97    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Creative Contributions Writing:     more detail
  1. Ethnic Life Writing and Histories (Contributions to Asian American Literary Studies)
  2. Discoveries in Chinese or the Symbolism of the Primitive Characters of the Chinese System of Writing: As a contribution to Philology and a Practical Aid in the Acquisition of the Chinese Language by Stephen Pearl Andrews, 2001-04-17
  3. Reforming College Composition: Writing the Wrongs (Contributions to the Study of Education) by Alan Jackson, Susan Lewis Wallace, et all 2000-07-30
  4. Writers on Writing: The Art of the Short Story (Contributions to the Study of World Literature)
  5. Plato, Derrida, and Writing by Associate Professor Jasper Neel, 1988-04-04
  6. Poetic and Legal Fiction in the Aristotelian Tradition by Kathy Eden, 1986-11
  7. Socratic Method and Writing Instruction by Jr. Whipple, 1996-11-21
  8. Aristotle and His Modern Critics: The Use of Tragedy in the Nontragic Vision by Patrick Madigan, 1992-01
  9. The New Art of Autobiography: An Essay on the Life of Giambattista Vico Written by Himself by Donald Phillip Verene, 1991-09-26
  10. Writing Centers and Writing Across the Curriculum Programs: Building Interdisciplinary Partnerships (Contributions to the Study of Education)
  11. Composition As a Human Science: Contributions to the Self-Understanding of a Discipline by Louise Wetherbee Phelps, 1991-07-25
  12. Strategies of Drama: The Experience of Form (Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies) by Oscar Lee Brownstein, 1991-11-30
  13. Tragic Pleasures: Aristotle on Plot and Emotion by Elizabeth S. Belfiore, 1992-06
  14. Aristotle on Tragic and Comic Mimesis (American Classical Studies) by Leon Golden, 1992-11

41. Mark Van Wienen--Creative Writing: Poetry And Drama
important factor in developing as a creative writer is to discuss the poems, drama,and poetrywriting text as Your contributions to class discussion and to in
Dr. Mark Van Wienen, Augustana College
To sample the languages, forms, and varieties of twentieth-century American poetry and drama. To learn the art and craft of poetry and drama writing. To provide an encouraging, critical audience for each other's work. To develop as poets and dramatists through regular practice. To learn from some of the best writers of poetry and drama, to write some of the best poetry and drama. Course Texts Robert Wallace and Michelle Boisseau, Writing Poems , 5th. ed. ( WP
Cary Nelson, ed., Anthology of Modern American Poetry AMAP
Jeanne Emmons, Rootbound
Tony Kushner, Angels in America: Part Two, Perestroika Plus: copies of your writing, enough for all in class, at least twice during the semester Writing and Reading Schedule Sept. 5 Course Introduction: The Range of Modern American Poetry; Poetry in Pictures Sept. 12 WP chaps. 1, 2, 6, and 8: "Starting Out," "Verse," "Subject Matter," and "Metaphor" (1-17, 27-43, 139-55, 198-215)
AMAP : Alice Dunbar-Nelson, "I Sit and Sew" (106); Carl Sandburg, "Chicago" (107-108); William Carlos Williams, "Queen-Anne's-Lace," "The Widow's Lament in Springtime," "The Great Figure," "The Red Wheelbarrow," "Young Sycamore" (166-67, 170); Robinson Jeffers, "The Purse-Seine" (246-47); Claude McKay, "The Negro's Tragedy," "Tiger" (318-19); Langston Hughes, "Three Songs About Lynching," "Come to the Waldorph-Astoria"(509-512); Tillie Lerner Olsen, "I Want You Women Up North to Know" (652-54); Adrienne Rich, "Diving Into the Wreck" (943-45)

42. Department Of Creative Writing
course leading to an MA in creative writing. is a folder of original writing showingpotential contributions to computer conferences are continuously assessed.



Academic Staff

Independent Studies
Humanities Faculty
M.A. in Creative Writing - Distance Learning
We have now researched and designed a distance learning version of the MA for writers who need to remain based at home or in work but who would benefit from an opportunity to develop their writing to a professional standard. Course details: Two years part-time postgraduate course leading to an MA in Creative Writing. The computer mediated course will provide tutorial support by e-mail and regular sharing and discussion of work-in-progress in computer conferences via the web. The course is now full for October 2002. Applications for October 2003 will be considered from October 2002 onwards. The deadline for applications is the last day of February. Residential Meetings: All students are invited to attend an introductory weekend on campus at the outset. This is optional for overseas students. There is also a compulsory one-week summer school which will take place at the Conference Centre at Lancaster University. Admission: The requirement is a folder of original writing showing potential for publication and, usually, a first degree in any subject.

43. Creative Writing At English Literature Graduate School - MSc In Creative Writing
MSc in creative writing. marketplaces for writing, the relation of writing to technological commissioningorganisations, as well as contributions by writers and
MSc in Creative Writing
The Environment of Writing
Autumn Term
Week One
Thursday Oct 24th Christopher Whyte was born in Glasgow, educated by Jesuits. Lived in Italy for twelve years and now teaches literature at the University of Glasgow. He writes poetry in Gaelic and fiction in English which is marked by a trenchant sense of humour and a pronounced talent for fabulation. His published work includes: T he Cloud Machinery, The Gay Decameron, The Warlock of Strathearn and Euphemia MacFarrigle and the Laughing Virgin. Week Two
Thursday Nov 7th W.N. Herbert was born in 1961, in Dundee and currently lives in an 18th century beacon house overlooking the Tyne estuary. He writes poetry in Scots and English. His previous 3 collections with Bloodaxe - Forked Tongue, Cabaret McGonagall and The Laurelude which have various received S.A.C. book awards and poetry society recommendations as well as being shortlisted for major prizes. His most recent collection is The Big Bumper Book of Troy.

44. ENGL 231: Creative Writing (Poetry)
ENGL 231 creative writing (Poetry) 2002. it may be possible occasionally to haveguest contributions from local or visiting members of the writing and/or
ENGL 231: Creative Writing (Poetry) 2003 website coming soon ENGL 231 Noticeboard
Lectorials and Workshops
Supplementary Projects ...
Recommended Reading
This course, which is a Second Semester course, is designed to offer instruction and advice in the practice of writing poetry, and in the appropriate presentation of material for publication and performance. A high priority will be given to technical and theoretical material relevant to this practice, in order to establish an informed context to assist students with their own writing. Students will normally be expected to have completed at least a year of academic study at a tertiary institution prior to taking Engl 231 (hence the pre-requisite of 'Any 24 points'), and to have had some experience of writing poetry- though their work need not necessarily have been published or performed. Selection for admission to the course, which is limited to a maximum of twenty five students, will be made on the basis of a portfolio of the student's own poetry, to be submitted no later than 31 May of the year in which the course is to be taken. Engl 231, then, is offered with the intention of improving and refining already existing writing skills. Students will also be expected to develop critical and self-critical skills to assist them in their poetry writing. Back to top
Lectorials and Workshops
Engl 231 will be conducted primarily using two-hour weekly lectorial sessions, in conjunction with one hour weekly workshop/tutorial sessions (see the

45. Literator
promotes creative writing and literature in general. Since 1998 two cash prizes,the Litera Prizes, are awarded each year for the best contributions by an
Journal of literary criticism
comparative linguistics and literary studies AFRIKAANSE tuisblad Home Background Constitution ... Table of contents Literator
Literator is a journal of national and comparative linguistics and literature. In other words, it publishes research articles on specific languages and specific literatures (like Afrikaans, English or Tswana), but also articles that compare different languages and literatures and other cultural phenomena across language and cultural boundaries (e.g. different manifestations of Post-modernism, the interaction between visual arts and literature, the representation of the Anglo-Boer War in literature, nick-names among students, language attitudes and language policy). The tables of contents give an indication of the rich variety of topics that are accommodated. The journal is indexed in the MLA Bibliography and in the Repertory of South African Journals (RSAT). Literator aims to make a contribution to the study if languages and literatures and to stimulate a high level of research and debate on this unique area.

KATHY FAGAN (Professor) Director of the creative writing Program, holds the OhioianaAward for lifetime contributions to poetry creative nonfiction and poetry.
The Ohio State University
Department of English
MFA in Creative Writing
451 Denney Hall
164 West 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210-1370
(614) 292-2242; FAX: (614) 292-7816
Director: Kathy Fagan
Program Associate: Christopher M. Griffin
Welcome to The Ohio State University Creative Writing Program Website! The purpose of the Creative Writing Program at The Ohio State University is to help graduate students develop to the fullest their talents and abilities as writers of poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction, with a hope of eventual publication. Creative writing classes are conducted as workshops or tutorials, with emphasis given to manuscripts written by the students. Graduate Program Admission Requirements Financial Aid Courses ... Deadlines
Students in the M.F.A program must complete 65 hours of course work including:
  • 25 hours of graduate creative writing workshops (of which we encourage, but do not require, 5 hours in a genre other than the student's declared major genre); 20 hours of English other than creative writing workshops:
5 of which could be Individual Studies (more than 5 hours of independent studies mayand usually aretaken, but only five may "count" toward the requirements for graduation);

47. Creative Writing Contest 2001-2002 Winners
American Immigration Law Foundation presents The Celebrate America creative WritingContest 2001 their ideas for a better America and make contributions to our

48. AAUW Women’s History Project
March which will feature women who made important contributions to American top ofthe page Bookmarks creative writing - Displays - Girl Scouts - Placemats
St. Lawrence County Branch, AAUW
Women’s History Project
Site Index:
Bookmarks Creative Writing Displays
Girl Scouts
... Women of Courage
Women’s Contributions to History Displays
Members of the St. Lawrence County Branch, AAUW planned and put up displays and picture galleries in the display cases and hallways of the A. A. Kingston Middle School as part of the Women’s History Month project. There were four main display areas, as well as scattered posters throughout the corridors of the school. Women in Science and Mathematics was a picture gallery of women who have made significant contributions to science and math which was set up on a wall near the 7th and 8th grade science rooms. A glass display case near the social studies rooms in that same wing was set up with a theme of Women Who Dared The main display case at the 5th and 6th grade entrance to the building featured Women and Girls in the News . Many of the pictures and news stories featured local women or girls, even some current or former AAK students or their mothers. This display was designed to show girls that they can do something newsworthy, whether it is getting their picture in the paper for making a contribution to their basketball team or for working on a Girl Scout project . The fourth major display area featured Women in Non-traditional Occupations . These displays not only educated and inspired the students and staff who attend AAK everyday, but also adults who use the school after regular hours. One of the activities is walking the nearly one-half mile of corridors to keep fit during the long North Country winters. The posters and display cases brightened the way as well as educated the community about the many contributions and achievements made by women.

49. Department Of English - Undergraduate Studies - Areas Of Study
also has a vibrant postgraduate community with its own journals and seminar seriesto which creative writing students make important and regular contributions.
You are here: Arts Dept English Undergraduate Studies
Department of English
Undergraduate Studies - Areas of Study
Literary Studies Creative Writing Cultural Studies Literary Studies
By specialising in English Literary Studies you will learn to read analytically and to think and write critically about both familiar and unfamiliar texts. You will encounter a field of study that over the last twenty years or so has been characterised by dynamic changes. These have transformed the ways in which we write about literary texts and interact with other forms of cultural and textual analysis. Prerequisites: There is no prerequisite for first-year subjects. The prerequisite for entry into second and third-year English subjects is normally a pass in any two first-year single-semester English subjects (25 points). If you are studying English subjects as part of an approved Interdepartmental Program however, then you will be bound by the entry requirements of that Program. Because there are no core or compulsory units in the English Literary Studies program, you should give careful thought to selecting subjects that will give you new perspectives on a range of areas. Even if you wish to specialise in a particular historical period, for example, you are strongly advised to include subjects in which texts from other periods are studied.

50. About The Program
This celebration provides a time to showcase creative contributions of member artistsand of 1) recalling past events and memories; 2) writing two to three
Programs PWSA fulfills its mission with a variety of programs, including: WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE Each year PWSA sponsors an event bringing together members and others to enjoy one another's company and to learn more about PWSA. This event recognizes PWSA's passionate and relentless volunteers. The income raised from this event is used for program operations and project implementation. RITES OF SPRING Held at the Hilmer Art Gallery on the College of Saint Mary campus, this event occurs during March Women's History Month. This celebration provides a time to showcase creative contributions of member artists and "Enhancing Living Through Creativity" workshops. PWSA recognizes the publications of prose and poet authors in the Celebrate: A Collection of Women's Writings This events inspires new and potential members to spring into action. CELEBRATE: A COLLECTION OF WOMEN'S WRITINGS Annually, PWSA compiles and publishes a book of original works in poetry and short prose. Submissions come from any and all older women and advocates of successful aging who have a story to share. LEAVING A LEGACY This four session event provides a guided experience of: 1) recalling past events and memories; 2) writing two to three page stories from these memories; 3) sharing the stories in a safe environment; 4) discovering a deeper sense of self through writing, encouraging new ways of thinking about our lives, and developing a way to create a "Legacy" for our family, friends, and/or community.

51. Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul - Discipleship In The New Age I - Personal Instructio
I have refrained from writing my personal instructions to my brother, that one ofthe contributions that you and of form building, with the creative work of
To Netnews Homepage Previous Next Index ... Table of Contents Discipleship in the New Age I - Personal Instructions to Disciples - D.A.O. To D. A. 0. August 1933 BROTHER OF MINE: I have refrained from writing my personal instructions to you earlier than this as I felt your need to think things through, and your strong inner urge to be left free to work out the concept of this group work in your own way. Group work in connection with the spiritual life is not, for you, easy. Your life training as an artist in your own field has taught you to work on the physical plane in group formation. It is in the field of esoteric endeavor that you find in yourself an antagonistic reaction. There is in you, and rightly so, a determination to be yourself and to stand alone and on your own feet. This determination of yours is sound. It has met a most needed demand of your own soul. It has been necessary for your personality to be forced by your soul to go the lonely and isolated way. But it is this very quality of yours that I desire to weld into this group; it can be offered by you in service to the group. It is in this participation in a subjective group endeavor - loosely organized on the physical plane and intended to remain an

52. TrAce Resources TrAced
the setting for a series of creative writing courses that of lectures and practicalwriting workshops, and features regular contributions from practising

53. GlobalWeb 9 - Ancient World
NM's creative Impulse..Prehistory incredible resource with links to history systems,social structures and urbanization, contributions (writing, belief systems
Early Peoples Neolithic Revolution and Early River Civilizations Classical Civilizations Rise and Fall of Great Empires ... Global 9 Home
Early Peoples
The following Web sites and Internet resources have been selected to help you locate information on the following aspects of early people: human and physical geography, hunters and gatherers, relationship to the environment, migrations, and government. Student Resource Center - database including DISCovering World History which offers ample, authoritative information on a wide range of topics from prehistory to today Look for Books - search Jericho High School Library's collection via the Internet

54. ANU CABS Honorary Degree Proposals
(b) the performance of distinguished creative contributions in the A proposal foradmission to an honorary degree must be in writing signed by one or more of
GUIDELINES - PROPOSAL FOR AN HONORARY DEGREE Proposals for admission to an honorary degree must be prepared in accordance with the Honorary Degree Rules , and in particular, Rule 3 of those Rules: 3 Honorary degrees
    Honorary degrees may be awarded for:
(a) distinguished creative achievement as a scholar in any field of scholarship, letters or the arts; or (b) the performance of distinguished creative contributions in the service of society; or (c) the performance of outstanding service to the University. Any degree of the University, except the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, may be awarded as an honorary degree. The honorary degree of Doctor of the University may be awarded for outstanding service to the University as a whole. A proposal for admission to an honorary degree must be in writing signed by one or more of the following persons as proposers: the Vice-Chancellor, a member of the Council, a Dean of a faculty, a Director of the Institute of the Arts, a Director of a Research School or a Director of a University Centre. A proposal must be addressed to the Chair of the Committee and delivered to the Head, Council and Boards Secretariat who will send it to the Committee for consideration and recommendation to the Council. A proposal should address the following issues:

55. Legal Rights
assignment of exclusive rights is valid unless it is in writing. making is, by definition,a collaborative effort, involving creative contributions of everyone

Articles Index
THE LEGAL RIGHTS OF COLLABORATORS AND JOINT AUTHORS By Attorney Lloyd J. Jassin Authors are sometimes lax in their business affairs. Indeed, an astute observer once commented that authors and agents do lunch not contracts. However, to avoid disputes concerning rights of authorship and ownership, whenever two or more people collaborate to write or develop a creative project, it's wise to have a written collaboration agreement (or appropriate work for hire Know Your Rights Under the laws of joint authorship, each coauthor may, without the consent of his or her coauthor, grant nonexclusive licenses to others to use the work, subject only to a duty to account to his or her coauthor for profits. In other words, each collaborator can grant permission to a third party to use the work on a nonexclusive basis without the consent or knowledge of his or her coauthor or co-authors. Problems commonly arise when there are multiple offers for the work or requests for exclusive rights and where there is no agreement between the coauthors. A joint author cannot, however, license the exclusive rights in a work to another party without prior written consent of his or her coauthor. Without the unanimous consent of his/her coauthors, exclusive grants to the entire work are forbidden. Moreover, unlike nonexclusive grants which may be oral, no assignment of exclusive rights is valid unless it is in writing.

56. Intern Abroad Search Results For Creative Writing
your search for creative writing has yielded 54 results! tip of the Indian peninsula,is known both for its scenic splendor and its contributions to the

57. Princeton - PWB 021599 - Nassau Notes
professor in the Council of the Humanities and creative writing); and Russell Thepapers represent Nehamas's distinct and original contributions to scholarship
Princeton Weekly Bulletin February 15, 1999
Nassau Notes
Creative Writing celebrates 60 years
A Gala Reading at 4:30 p.m. on February 17 in Richardson Auditorium will kick off a year-long celebration of the Creative Writing Program's 60 years at Princeton. The reading will begin with an introduction by President Shapiro, to be followed by current and former faculty members reading from their own work.
The event is part of the 1998-99 Althea Ward Clark W'21 Reading Series.
University Concert
Pianist Alexander Mikhailuk will perform at 8:00 p.m. on February 18 in Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall.
Chapel music
Peter Sykes, with Victoria Wagner, will perform Gustav Holst's The Planets at 8:00 p.m. on February 19 in the University Chapel. For information call 258-3654.

58. Events Calendar
donation and other contributions in memory of Adrienne Platero, a former studentin Utah State English Department, whose creative writing accomplishments were

59. Untitled Document
Back to Civil War Home Patriotic contributions from New Jersey People Usedialogue as well as stage direction in your piece of creative writing.
Electronic New Jersey: A Digital Archive of New Jersey History New Jersey in the American Revolution Paul Robeson World War II and NJ ... Back to Civil War Home
Patriotic Contributions from New Jersey People Not only is poetry an important part of your English class but in your History class as well. Much can be discovered about the people and the places of a particular period just by looking at the historical context clues within a given poem. Your mission is to read the poem written for the Irick Infantry , a regiment from New Jersey and to answer the questions that follow. Finally, you will draw some conclusions about the author and the time period by creating your own historical fiction. You can choose from the following methods to create your historical fiction piece. Click on the link for more details: MOVIES Write a scene for a movie based on the poem. As the producer you have a "creative license" which allows you to add as many twists, controversies, trauma, and excitement as you believe will captivate the largest number of viewers. Use dialogue as well as stage direction in your piece of creative writing. SHORT STORIES You have been contracted to make Leah Blackman' s poem come alive through your renowned writing abilities. By using your acquired knowledge of

60. Staff Resources
The site is commendable in that students can make creative contributions,get feedback, and practise writing in a rich, supportive environment.
Staff Resources These resources are intended to provide a range of information and advice about online teaching and learning for UNITEC staff. If you are new to online teaching and want to know how to get started, contact the staff at Learning Technologies for an introduction. Guidelines for developing online courses or materials
Examples of good online courses and resources

Professional development websites about online teaching and learning

Quality and evaluation of online courses
Guidelines for developing online courses or materials Tony Bates' recent book outlines an approach to developing quality online courses Bates, A. W. (2000). Managing Technological Change. Jossey Bass, San Francisco.
Gilly Salmon's recent book on e-moderating provides a realistic view of what it is like to teach online, communicating daily with your students about everything and everything to do with their learning, without the luxury of face-to-face encounters. A website accompanies the book

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 3     41-60 of 97    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20

free hit counter