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Flow Writing, Planned Writing, Puzzle Writing: Why Adept Writers Use Multiple Writing Strategies

Flow Writing, Planned Writing, Puzzle Writing: Why Adept Writers Use Multiple Writing Strategies
50 St. Joseph Street, Odette Hall, 3rd Floor
Time: Oct 5th, 4:00 pm End: Oct 5th, 6:00 pm
Interest Categories: German (FAS), 2000-
Lecture by Nadja Sennewald, Goethe University

The Department of German presents

Flow Writing, Planned Writing, Puzzle Writing: Why Adept Writers Use Multiple Writing Strategies


Dr. NADJA SENNEWALD
is the Director of the Writing Center at the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. Among her publications are: Schreiben lehren, Schreiben lernen. Eine Einführung (Teaching Writing, Learning Writing. An Introduction, 2012), Alien Gender. Die Inszenierung von Geschlecht in Science-Fiction-Serien (Alien Gender. The Performance of Gender in Science Fiction TV-Series, 2007), RunRabbitRun (novel, 2004), schöner_wohnen.doc (novel, 2000). She has co-edited Schreiben. Grundlagentexte zur Theorie, Didaktik und Beratung (Writing. Landmark Texts of Writing Theory, Pedagogy and Counseling, 2014); Literale Kompetenzentwicklung an der Hochschule (Development of Literacy in Higher Education, 2012), Subversionen. Zum Verhältnis von Politik und Ästhetik in der Gegenwart (Subversions. The Relation of Contemporary Politics and Aesthetics, 2007). Her current research focuses on writing processes and literary learning while combining philological perspectives and qualitative research methods.

If you have any accommodation needs, please e-mail german@chass.utoronto.ca five business days prior to the event, and we will do our best to assist you.

This event is free and open to all. For further information, please contact the Department of German at 416-926-232.

 


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