Writing the Personal: Getting Your Stories onto the Page (Sense Publishers, 2016)
Sandra L. Faulkner and Sheila Squillante
Here’s the inaugural book in the new Teaching Writing series. This series publishes user-friendly writing guides penned by authors with publishing records in their subject matter. Through detailed exercises, exemplars, and a breakdown of the key elements and considerations of personal writing, Faulkner and Squillante provide a lively introduction and guide for writers to the art and craft of personal writing. Their conversational tone about audience, point of view, form, structure, ethics, research, and finding and making time for writing practice is a not-to-miss primer and reference. This book is appropriate for classes focused on poetry, creative nonfiction, ethnography, qualitative research, memoir, narrative inquiry, and other types of life writing, as well as individual writers honing their craft. Writing the Personal invites us all to find our stories and instructs us how to shape them for an audience and for ourselves.
SMC Research Colloquium
December 4, 2015, Friday, 3:30-4:45 PM,121 West Hall
Space, Place, and Method
Presenters: Drs. Josh Atkinson & Clayton Rosati, Associate Professors, School of Media and Communication
This presentation explicates different methods and approaches to the study of space, place, and material environments. Drawing on past research and their own research experiences, the presenters illustrate the ways in which scholars can utilize interviews, focus groups, and textual analysis to explore these important topics. Before this presentation, the first 15 minutes of the colloquium will be devoted to a SMC graduate student Dinah’s NCA research paper, “The Breast Cancer Fanfare: Embracing Opportunities of Feminist Scholarship for Women’s Health in Ghana.”
On this year’s International Day for Tolerance on Monday, November 16, WA1T will host a speaker presentation titled “What Does It Mean To Be A Transgender Athlete? The Story Of An Athlete In Transition,” from 6 to 8 PM in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union, Room 201. At the event, a transgender student-athlete will share his experiences with the audience.
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BGSU Chapter of Association for Women in Communications is hosting the new member induction ceremony on Tuesday, November 10, at 5:30pm in BTSU 314. All COMM Majors and friends are invited! Please RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/164535137231462/
The fifth annual Department of Communication Meet & Greet event is scheduled on Friday, October 16, from 2:00-4:00pm in 121 West Hall. Come join us for food, fun, and prizes while networking with alumni, faculty, and other students! RSVP’s are appreciated.
“We Are One Team” (WA1T) is an umbrella initiative for multiple minor projects that promote social justice through sport at BGSU. If you want to learn more about WA1T and support their cause, please join them for their official kick-off event on Monday, September 21, 2015, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at BTSU 201. The event will be a panel discussion with representatives from WA1T, BGSU Athletics, student athletes, coaches and faculty.
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