History and Creative Writing DegreeStudy of history and creative writing
Masters of Fine Arts degree
One of the most select and highly-rated MFA programmes in the state, our programme offers highly attractive financing schemes designed to create a real variety of opportunities for study and work. The IU was one of the first US colleges to award an M.A. in creative writing and awarded its first degree in creative writing to the writer and writer David Wagoner in 1949.
1980 the IU started with the award of the M.F.A. in Creative Writing. From then on, our local department has welcomed such respected and productive authors as Philip Appleman, Roger Mitchell, Yusef Komunyakaa, Cornelia Nixon, David Wojahn, Dana Johnson, Kevin Young and Scott Russell Sanders. Each year we provide our enrolment in one of the fifteen best schools of England.
The American University of Paris | Creative Writing
As part of the main coursework, the Creative Writing course provides you with the necessary skills for your current and prospective work. Introducing you to the history of global writing and the basics of creative writing will help you to successfully complete other creative writing classes.
If you have gained special abilities in your electives, you' ll be developing them in the course of our Creative Writing Projects course, which is the key to your main subject and the gate to your Honors Thesis. Consider exactly three instants in which the writing practices underwent radical changes in reaction to historic and multicultural events, from Greek antiquity to 1800 (specific content changes every year).
Examines the powers that influence creative fantasy and culture-making. Place these elements and powers within a geographic and historic card of literary output and present the instruments of Literary Inquiry. The course opens a historic overview of European literacy from the eighteenth to the twenty-first centuries.
The exhibition does not give an overview of this time, but shows a choice of significant times and places where literature has undergone changes or new generations have emerged. It is the aim to open as many pedestrian accesses as possible to the wealth of complexities of comparative literature. To help the student orientate himself in different stories of genetic mutation and emergence, the teachers have compiled a literarycritical glossary of core words in the areas of storytelling, styles and speach.
This course allows the student to practise writing literature, creative non-fiction and literature while researching the borders between them. Included in the course formats are led reviews of drafts, verses and full-length works presented in the classroom, as well as discussions and analyses of literature model. During the autumn, pupils focus on writing skills. Close-L2094 Now: France:
In the course of this course you will be introduced to the literature and culture of the world. The most important distinctions between different languages and cultures in France and England will be demonstrated in hands-on training and ways will be found to dissolve and investigate these distinctions in literature and creative writing. In addition to translating, we reflect on it.
Intended for those who want to follow bigger, more creative writing work. The student submits a proposal for discussing and approving the proposal and then presents essential parts of the letter at frequent, scheduled times during the year. Lectures are used as key exercises and the necessary response documents are adapted to the different types of work.
Led by the principal consultant, the student creates a minimum of 5 papers from their main study programmes as well as related work in other study programmes and identifies, evaluates and justifies the individual emphasis of their work in an introduction article.