Narrative Nonfiction: Writing About Women and Sexual Politics Workshop





This is a workshop class where students will learn the art of literary longform journalism and compose stories that take on questions of gender, feminism, sexuality and power, while simultaneously exploring how the media represents gender and learning the history of women in journalism. No profession has been as important to feminists in challenging society than journalism--even as journalism has been historically resistant to a feminist vision. Students will master the fundaments of great reporting and writing—interviewing, structure, voice, style, and ethics—while crafting their own magazine-style stories that grapple with ground-level gender dramas.


Admission by application only. For information on specific application requirements and instructions, please see the full course listing on the English Department website. DEADLINE: for all Spring 2021 workshops, applications are due via Submittable by 11:59pm ET on Saturday, January 16th. Students will be notified of admissions decisions by 5:00pm ET on Wednesday, January 20th. Workshops do not meet during Shopping Week. All workshops will be taught remotely. All workshops are to be taught and attended live, and students need to be able to attend the workshop live during the listed course day/time in order to apply/enroll.


Additional Information:

Faculty: Susan Faludi

School: Faculty of Arts & Sciences
Semester: Full Spring Term
Time: 12:00PM - 2:45PM Thursday