This advanced composition course considers style in relationship to audience and purpose, asking the writer to engage more consciously with writing conventions, and to explore strategies appropriate to various writing situations, from the more experimental and performative to the more formal and scholarly. The course will involve frequent practice in analyzing and critiquing, with special attention to techniques of organization, argument, and emphasis. Prerequisites: Writing 1 and junior standing. This course does not count toward the Creative Writing Concentration.
Course Attributes: EN H; BU Hum; AS HUM; AS WI I; FA HUM; AR HUM