Welcome to the Department of English at Rutgers University

Fall 2016

Prerequisite: 351:211 or 351:212 (Or permission of instructor)

 Creative Writing Poetry focuses on a more in-depth look at poetry writing as a craft. Students engage in a variety of modes and genres within poetry, alongside reading non-poetic works.

 

Section Instructor Day/Period Location Index Campus
01 Fuhrman M W 4 MU-001 19669 CAC
02 Lawless M 6,7 MU 302 19670 CAC
03 Rehill TTH 7 MU-003 07430 CAC

03-- Performance Poetry explores the praxis between writing and enacting creative work.  With a grounding in the crafts of writing as well as acting theory, this class is designed to enhance one's process both on the page and on the stage.  Although focused in poetry, writers of all genres are encouraged, as we also investigate dramatic monologues, short fiction, political speeches, and song lyrics.  Through this class you will gain a hands-on semester in composing and performing, as well as the practical benefit of an artistic approach to public speaking. 

 

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Upcoming Events

28 Mar 2018;
01:00PM - 04:00PM
CCA Pragmatism Working Group
30 Mar 2018;
10:00AM - 05:00PM
Slavery's Reinventions, a Symposium
04 Apr 2018;
08:00PM -
Writers at Rutgers Reading Series | Tracy K. Smith
20 Apr 2018;
12:00PM - 03:00PM
Americanist Seminar Hosts Jane Thrailkill, UNC

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