The College of Arts and Humanities aims to produce creative problem solvers and global visionaries prepared for a wide range of careers and ready to serve their communities and the larger society. Through Terp Young Scholars, students engage in learning about culture, writing, and advances in technology.
ARHU 298J: Creative Writing Workshop—Cross Cultural Perspectives in Poetry and Fiction - Online
Immerse yourself in the writing of fiction and poetry that encourages creativity while expanding knowledge. Hone your writing craft in a nurturing, interactive environment while developing skills that help uncover your own distinctive voice. You will read great poems and stories from across cultures, refine your skill through close reading, radical revision, and the delivery of constructive criticism on peer work. Morning sessions emphasize assigned readings, writing, analysis, and discussions of craft. Students receive careful, detailed responses to their writing from both instructors and peers. Afternoon sessions are devoted to studio time spent reading and writing. You will share your original writing in a supportive workshop setting and discover new approaches to revision.