A new engaging speaker every week!
Click to Download the spring 2014 Other Voices Publication
An Introduction to Diverse, Innovative, and Emerging Literary Cultures
This program supports the efforts of all students who are considering or entering literary studies. In the Spring semester we sponsor, along with the English Department, the Other Voices Lecture Series and coordinate the Other Voices course.
Explore the diversity of voices in literature and other media through guest lectures and small discussion sections. In the process, develop and express your own voice, find out more about the experience of your classmates, and get to know the research and interests of a variety of professors and departments on campus.
- Are you interested in taking a great two-unit Spring 2014 course?
- Are you interested in hearing nine dynamic and entertaining speakers talk about how they wrote or did research on multicultural literature?
- Are you curious about what goes into becoming an author and scholar?
- Want an introduction into writing about literature where you can practice and get feedback from other students?
Then the Other Voices Lecture Series course is for you.
We are happy to announce that the SLC Writing Program's Other Voices course still has plenty of space for interested students.
Guest lecturers will come to speak at our Monday 12-1 lectures in The Multicultural Community Center (Hearst Field Annex D) and discussion sections will meet on Wednesdays at the same time (please note that these do not appear on TeleBEARS.)
Please come check us out and feel free to share this information with anyone who you think might be interested in our course.
28095 (ccn for freshmen and sophomores) 28344 (ccn for juniors and seniors)