Her dissertation addresses representations of historical persecution in graphic narrative. Before coming to Antioch, she worked with psychology and sociology students in the UW’s interdisciplinary writing program.Her interest in the ways cultural texts, including literature, film, and other media, can confirm and/or challenge systemic oppression motivates her scholarship and her teaching. D English Literature with a Certificate in Theory & Criticism from the University of Washington, and earned her M. She is particularly interested in the intersection of narrative and identity, and in the power of language to affect conscious states.
He has written and published poems, magazine articles, short stories, stage plays and screenplays.
His short story collection, The Hungry Time, was published in 1996, and was featured on public radio.
A consistent feature of an Antioch education is the role writing plays within academic study.
Rather than tests and exams, Antioch students use writing to illustrate their complex understanding of new concepts.
She is a writer, has published short stories and currently has two novels in process. She taught for many years in the Seattle Public Schools, winning the Washington State Excellence in Education award in 1987. His teaching philosophy is based on the idea that students do best when they feel confident in their ability to fulfill assignments, demonstrate skills/knowledge, and continue learning and growing.
She has also been a faculty member in the AUS School of Education, teaching literacy and classroom management courses. He creates a classroom environment win which support, honesty, vulnerability, and humor combine to foster each student’s growth in skill and knowledge.If “knowledge is a social construction,” then there are multiple benefits from writing and learning within a community of writers.Writing is also a “public” act in an academic community, so writing in isolation deprives you of an audience who can provide rich support.A writing class examines writing as a unique craft and content area, and so the faculty and class will engage in studying various aspects of composing and revising.This way, students will learn useful techniques for improving their own writing, no matter what their level.The year closes with the Spring Festival, where graduating students share their thesis work publicly and receive a benedictory reading from a student-nominated invited speaker.Class 17524-5/14: The next class dates will be scheduled soon Tuition 0 registration fee University of Washington campus - Seattle Max. Enrolled so far: 0 "Learn about plot, characterization, writing realistic and believable dialogue, and more."Nils Osmar, instructor, has written stories, articles, stage plays and screenplays, and has taught writing classes and other course for over twenty years.She is a guest presenter at The Richard Hugo House and an adjunct professor of Integrated Studies at Cornish College of the Arts. Rachel Kunert-Graf holds a Ph D in English, with a certificate in Film and Media Studies, from the University of Washington.At AUS, she teaches a variety of writing classes, from the personal essay to developmental writing. She has taught courses in writing, literature, and cultural studies at the UW, Université Paul-Valery, Shoreline Community College, and Antioch University. She has been teaching literature, composition and fiction writing for the past 12 years.I usually write in solitude; how would a writing class help?First, don’t be the lonely writer separated and isolated from other writers!