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  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

61. New Mexico State University Names First Regents Professors
contributions to the university’s mission. They are linguist and author RicardoAguilarMelantzon, futurist Lowell B. Catlett, novelist and creative writing
New Mexico State University names first Regents Professors
Six senior faculty members have been selected as New Mexico State University’s first Regents Professors in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the university’s mission. They are linguist and author Ricardo Aguilar-Melantzon, futurist Lowell B. Catlett, novelist and creative writing teacher Kevin C. McIlvoy, economist James T. Peach, anthropologist Wenda R. Trevathan and chemist Joseph Wang. The Regents Professorships were announced Jan. 3 at a convocation to begin the spring semester. Also recognized was engineering Professor William Kersting, the university’s first PNM Professor of Utility Management. “New Mexico State University has exceptional faculty who elect to spend their careers at this institution, even though more lucrative or prestigious opportunities may exist elsewhere,” said Provost William Flores. “The university and those it serves are fortunate to have these distinguished scholars on the NMSU faculty and the Regents Professorship is conferred on the recipients with profound appreciation for their contributions.” Regents Professors hold the title as long as they continue teaching at New Mexico State. The honor carries with it an annual stipend of $12,500 to supplement the recipient’s salary.

62. Pearson Education's ContentSelect -- Research Writing In The Humanities And Arts
Both make important contributions to our understanding of the world. creative writing(literature, poetry, and drama); Interpretive writing (literary and art
Research Writing in the Humanities and Arts
The material contained in this section is derived from Christine Hult's Researching and Writing in the Humanities and Arts The Inquiry Process in the Humanities
The Importance of Texts in the Humanities

Research in the Humanities

Literary and Art Criticism
Discipline-Specific Resources for Humanities and Arts
The Inquiry Process in the Humanities
The disciplines of the humanities, which include classical and modern languages and literature, history, and philosophy, have as an overall goal the exploration and explanation of the human experience. The fine arts, including music, art, dance, and drama, are often included under the humanities as fields of inquiry that also seek to explore and interpret the human experience. In most disciplines in the humanities, written texts are extremely important, particularly in history, philosophy, and literature. Historians attempt a systematic documentation and analysis of past events related to a particular people, country, or period. Philosophers endeavor to examine coherent, logical systems of human ideas. Literary authors and artists attempt to capture for others their own lived, human experiences and their own understanding of the world. The humanities involve inquiry into consciousness, values, ideas, and ideals as they seek to describe how experience shapes our understanding of the world. Life on the Mississippi , to share with his readers what he had felt as a youth, learning the trade of riverboat pilot on a Mississippi steamboat. Without such a work of imaginative literature, we would have a hard time understanding what it was really like to be a youth on the river during Twain's time. Such a work of literature contributes to our understanding by putting us in a time and place different from our own, thus broadening our horizons in a manner that is somewhat different from either the natural or social sciences. The sciences attempt to give us the outside, external knowledge of a phenomenon, whereas the humanistic disciplines attempt to give us the inside, internal knowledge of a phenomenon. Both make important contributions to our understanding of the world.

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Two of the awards shall be for major contributions in research and one shall befor creative achievement in writing, performing arts, and other disciplines.
Return to Home Page TEMPLE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS The Awards In 1977-78, TAUP and Temple University agreed to award three prizes of $2000 annually to recognize excellence in research and creativity. The President increased the award, effective 1995-96, to a stipend of $2,500. To this end three awards shall be available each year to qualified candidates, and shall be awarded in conjunction with commencement activities.  Each award will carry a $2,500 honorarium.  Recipients are expected to be present in person to receive the award. Two of the awards shall be for major contributions in research and one shall be for creative achievement in writing, performing arts, and other disciplines.  One of the research awards shall be known as the Paul W. Eberman Faculty Research Award.  The other will be known as the Temple University Faculty Research Award but on occasion the name of an esteemed emeritus colleague, who in past years has contributed significantly to the research environment of the university, may be identified with the award by inserting his/her name in the title i.e. Temple University John Doe Faculty Research Award.  The third award shall be known as the Temple University Faculty Award for Creative Achievement. No more than one award shall be made to a given college in a given year.

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65. Women Writing: Views And Prospects, 1975-1995
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Women Writing: Views and Prospects 1975-1995
18 November 1995 LEFT: Back row L to R: Virginia Barrett, Efi Hatzimanolis, Elizabeth Weiss, Bronwen Levy, Stephanie Dowrick, Katie Holmes, Jackie Huggins
Front row L to R: Sophie Cunningham, Sara Dowse, Anna Couani
This seminar was held to commemorate the 20th anniversary of International Women's Year. The seminar served to remind the audience that the National Library is a custodian of the papers of women writers, some of whom appeared on the program. Women's writings in the National Library's collections reflect and record a variety of experiences from the letters recording impressions of life in the colonies to the creative works of writers and poets from the 19th and 20th centuries. The Library collects records of The Society of Women Writers (Australia) . These collections provide access to the voices of many historically 'silent' women, as well as women who have achieved public prominence. The National Library of Australia also collects other works of significant Australian women. For example you can access online:

66. Writing Awards
Selection is based on contributions to the profession in the area of teaching writingthat go may be based on, but not limited to, creative and innovative
Awards The Judith C. Gilbert
Outstanding Writing Teacher Award
Outstanding Educational Leader Award The Writing Conference, Inc. will present awards to those who have made significant contributions to the profession in the area of teaching writing at the 21st annual Conference on Writing and Literature held at the Holidome and Holiday Inn, Lawrence, March 1, 2001. The 2001 Writing Teacher Award winners are: Joy McCaleb, Annie Heidersbach, Michelle E. Bergey. The 2001 Outstanding Educational Leader Award winner is Deanna Quintrell.
Those eligible for the Outstanding Writing Teacher Awards are elementary, middle and secondary classroom teachers. Selection is based on contributions to the profession in the area of teaching writing that go beyond the requirements of everyday classroom life. Selection may be based on, but not limited to, creative and innovative practices in teaching writing and use and development of materials or programs in the teaching of writing. Nominations are requested for those teachers who have made significant contributions to the profession in the area of teaching writing. Nominations are also requested for those educators who are in areas other than the classroom who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in support of those who teach writing. Those selected to receive these awards are invited to receive their plaques at the Thursday luncheon of the annual

67. E-sheaf
by students of Sheffield Hallam University and featuring original work by Hallam’sBA and MA creative writing students with guest contributions from visiting

68. RAE96 Criteria - English Language And Literature Panel
other short works, among them reviews (other than review articles and including reviewsof creative writing), encyclopaedia entries and contributions to readers
1996 Research Assessment Exercise: Criteria for assessment 50 English Language and Literature Note: these criteria should be read with the general statement

69. Resource Central - Writing Resources
Links and resources for writing. Improve your writing skills, library skills, writing style, grammar .Category Arts Writers Resources...... school that instructs members in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and carefullyselectedresources, news about words and writing, contributions from well
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70. Undergraduate Programs In English At SIUC
choose from specializations in teaching, preprofessional preparation, creative writing,and global but to the latest, cutting-edge contributions to knowledge
Undergraduate Studies in English The study of literature and written communication disciplines the intellect and teaches us to comprehend the world. Employers want people who respect and understand the diversity of human experience, who can communicate directly and clearly, and who can take on responsibility, initiate change, and solve problems independently. The discipline of English seeks to define what it is to be human by scrutinizing both real and imagined experience; by teaching us how to think creatively and critically, using our interpretive and analytical abilities; and by teaching us valuable lessons about the human experiencethat things may not be as they appear, that language can be both powerful and playful, that even as we differ, humans share many important values. Students who choose to study literature, language, rhetoric, and composition in the SIUC Department of English have access to excellent resources: a talented, friendly faculty, small class size, well-equipped facilities, and extensive library collections. Graduates of the department have gone on to work in teaching, publishing, and law. Others hold responsible positions in business, industry, and government. Find out more about what you can do with an English major on our page of Frequently Asked Questions . You might also read Richard Jurek's English Day Keynote Address on "

71. The Australian Centre - The Kate Challis RAKA Award
Mudrooroo's writing career began in 1965 with the first Aboriginal novel followed,along with extensive critical and creative contributions to international
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2003 Applications Open The Australian Centre is proud to announce that applications are now open for the 2003 Kate Challis RAKA Award. This year, the thirteenth year of the award, the category wil be visual arts. Download application form here About the Kate Challis RAKA Award This annual award for indigenous creative artists has been made available through the generosity of Professor Emeritus Bernard Smith, eminent art and cultural historian. The prize was established to honour the memory of his late wife, Kate Challis, who was known in her youth as Ruth Adeney (RAKA is an acronym for the Ruth Adeney Koori Award). The Australian Centre administers the $10,000 award for indigenous creative artists, and the judging panel has strong Aboriginal representation. It features:
  • Cathy Cragie - Director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board; David Milroy - Artistic Director of the Yirra Yaakin Noongar Theatre in Western Australia, one of Australia's leading Aboriginal theatre company and Western Australia's only indigenous performing arts company;

72. National.Gallery.Writing.html
Unit Integrated Language Arts creative Interpretations of Follow-up stories andwriting activities will be of discussion and class contributions will be
Return to Art Lesson Plans Creative Writing: Utilizing American Landscape Art
The National Gallery of Art
4th and Constitution Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20565
(202)842-6249 (Educational Tours)
Curriculum Unit:
Integrated Language Arts - Creative Interpretations of Autumn on the Hudson River by Jasper Cropsey and other American landscapes of the nineteenth century.
Instructional Unit:
Grade 4, 5, 6
Art, Language Arts
Objectives: The Students will: 1. Describe the Hudson River scene as portrayed by Cropsey. 2. Recognize characteristics of the Hudson River School tradition to which Cropsey was related. 3. Observe how color and composition techniques create the mood of a painting just as composition and verbal color create the mood of a story. 4. Discuss how Cropsey's painting differs from other interpretations of similar scenes. Pre-Visit Activities: Students will be introduced to Jasper Cropsey's works and background at school, using National Gallery prints, slides and American Art books. Cropsey's most significant contribution to American Art are his autumn landscapes. On-Site Activities: 1. I will request a docent specializing in American Art, especially landscape, who can extend and enrich my initial presentation on Cropsey's painting and present other samples.

73. Handbook\Promotion And Tenure AppC
of the significance and quality of the candidate's scholarly and/or creative contributions? eligiblefor tenure and promotion and for writing a justification
Appendix C
Promotion and Tenure Procedures Departmental Reviews
    Prior to the Review
      By the last working day of January each dean must submit for the Provost's approval his/her Department/School and College promotion and tenure policies and procedures, including all printed statements about guidelines, standards, and criteria. The candidate is responsible for assembling the portfolio. See Applicant's Portfolio in Appendix D, pages 164-167. The department chair is responsible for requesting external review letters for the promotion and tenure candidates. Each application must have a minimum of three and no more than six letters from external "arm's length" referees who have achieved senior status and national recognition. Letters requested from thesis advisors, co-authors, former colleagues during graduate or post-doctoral work, or former students or professors are not considered "arm's length." In requesting evaluations, the chair should ask the referees: What is your assessment of the significance and quality of the candidate's scholarly and/or creative contributions? Is the candidate likely to emerge as a scholar whose work is known and respected by leaders in the field?

74. Making Group Projects In Calculus Manageable And Creative
the students and gave them the opportunity to be creative when writing their papers. probablyby asking the students to evaluate the contributions made by
Making Group Projects in Calculus Manageable and Creative
UME Trends, September,1995
Tommy Ratliff
Group projects can be a very time-consuming and stressful part of a calculus course. In the past when I assigned projects, I was generally happy with the process and the results, but the students were somewhat nervous about writing papers for a math class, and I was nervous about administering and grading papers. However, I made a few adjustments this spring when I assigned three group projects in my Calculus II course and in the second semester of a combined Pre-Calculus/Calculus I sequence. I was so pleased with the entire experience that I plan to assign group projects in all of my calculus courses from now on. I have three main reasons for assigning projects:
  • I want the students to work on more difficult and open-ended problems than I could assign in regular homework sets.
  • I want the students to improve their mathematical communication skills by working in groups and by writing their results in self-contained papers.
  • I want to keep the course fresh and interesting by varying the structure of the class meetings and by giving the students the opportunity to be creative in their papers.
  • 75. Academi - World Book Day
    Some of the authors will read their contributions. creative writing sessionswith Jenny Sullivan in Caldicot and Monmouth libraries.
    Diwrnod y Llyfr / World Book Day
    Thursday 6th March, 2003
    World Book Day was designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and was marked in over 30 countries around the globe last year. A wide range of organisations in Wales are organising events to mark World Book Day. Schools in particular are using the event raise their pupils' awareness of books and authors. In many cases the Academi is able to support these events through its Writers On Tour scheme. The following events are taking place throughout Wales on or around World Book Day. The events listed below are English language events, unless otherwise noted. Please note that the school visits are closed events. However organising teachers may be pleased to give further details of their activities to press and the general public. If you wish to make contact with a school about their event, contact the Academi first on 029 2022 4766 or

    76. English Club EFL/ESL/TEFL/TESL Links :: Writing
    site aimed at empowering the budding creative writer. the Station for fun, interactivewriting activities Online teacher will correct your story contributions.

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    • All Info About Poetry (Added: 6-Mar-2003 Hits: Anthony Halderman's English Page (Added: 12-Apr-2002 Hits: 312 Application Essay Writing Help Center - Free, online course for students writing admissions essays in the college and graduate school application process. (Added: 5-Jun-2002 Hits: 352 - Weekly business writing tips. Learn to get to the point, proofread and edit your writing, improve your proposals and business correspondence. (Added: 31-Jul-2002 Hits: 270 Creative Writing for ESL - Good writing happens when the editor and the writer work separately. Students hate writing. They hate it because the goals are unreachable, the tasks too regulated and their product serves only to lower their self-esteem. This course is for advanced level students and aims to improve written English through creative exercises. (Added: 16-Oct-2001 Hits: 596 Creative Writing Resources - An interactive resource site aimed at empowering the budding creative writer. Includes genre-specific tips, advice, and exercises. (Added: 6-Feb-2003 Hits: 99 Edit English - offers writing, tutoring and editing services for non-native English speakers. Improve your TOEFL score on the writing portion of the TOEFL test.

    77. Draft Statement On Intellectual Property Rights
    development of a Web site for the Department of writing and Linguistics of the creatoror originator to take credit for creative contributions, to reproduce
    Draft Statement on Intellectual Property Rights
    Department of Writing and Linguistics
    Georgia Southern University
    Prepared by: Janice R. Walker , Ph.D.
    January 2000
    Note: This document is a draft only, subject to discussion with legal counsel. It represents recommendations proposed by members of the Web Architecture Committee for dealing with Intellectual Property Issues that might arise as a result of creation, publication, and dissemination of Intellectual Property on or through the Department's proposed Web site. Nothing in this document is represented as providing legal advice in any way, shape, or form.
    • Definition of Situation
      Georgia Southern University's Policy on Intellectual Property Rights
    Georgia Southern University's Intellectual Property Policy ( ), in conformance with the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, defines the following types of rights and equities in intellectual property:
    • Sponsor-Supported Efforts University-Assigned Efforts University-Assisted Individual Effort Individual Effort Other
    The policy specifically states that "a faculty member's or student's general obligation to produce scholarly and creative works does not constitute a work for hire or a specific University assignment," nor does the use of "resources available to the public without charge; University-owned/leased office, lab, or studio space or equipment, computer equipment; library resources, including electronic resources; and Internet access" negate faculty claim to ownership of Intellectual Property.

    78. Southwest Texas University Advancement
    under the guidance of the Master of Fine Arts Program in creative writing. in residencelectures and teaches about Ms. Porter’s contributions to writing.
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    79. E-zine-list: Keyword: Creative Writing
    "A continuously published literary webzine featuring original work encompassing a wide range of genres. Free access and free submission for publication." Matthew T. Dearing (Publisher) Michelle R. Denney (Editor) Voice +1 (309) 8620779
    about Dynamic Patterns
    A Literary Webzine and Bookstore "A continuously published literary webzine featuring original work encompassing a wide range of genres. Free access and free submission for publication." Frequency: continuously Formats: Web Keywords: literature creative writing literary genres poetry ... literary theory Access: Web: Staff: Matthew T. Dearing (Publisher)
    Michelle R. Denney (Editor) Contact: Editorial:
    Contributions: Phone: Voice: Postal: 702 W. Virginia Ave. Apt. #6, Normal, Illinois 61761, USA LimboZine "A webzine (e-zine) about arts, creative writing, criticism, cyberculture, literature, movies and film, philosophy, poetry, photography and stories." Frequency: monthly Languages: Spanish, English Formats: Web Keywords: arts creative writing criticism critique ... photography Access: Web: Publisher: LimboZine Staff: Marco Vazquez (Editor) Contact: Editorial:

    80. E-zine-list: The WriteGallery Creative Writing Web Site
    "Featuring work by and about new writers, young writers, writers with room to grow." literary updates quarterly (Seasonal); links update most months PO Box 928, Fairborn, OH 453240928, USA
    about Previous zine: WriteDirectionals Next zine: WriteQuotes the WriteGallery Creative Writing Web Site "Featuring work by and about new writers, young writers, writers with room to grow." Frequency: literary updates quarterly (Seasonal); links update most months Formats: Web Keywords: creative writing young writers new writers short stories ... profiles Access: Web: Staff: K.L.Storer (owner/editor/producer) Contact: Editorial:
    Contributions: Postal: PO Box 928, Fairborn, OH 45324-0928, USA

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