She regularly conferences at Computers & Writing, the Southwest Pop/American Culture Association (SWPACA), and the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). 1101 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING AND WRITING (3 hours) This course provides intensive writing instruction and emphasizes the process of writing.
Students compose primarily short informative, comparative, expressive, and/or summative writing.
1421 ANALYSIS OF DRAMATIC LITERATURE (3 hours)Same as TA 1421.
The characteristics and development of major styles and forms in dramatic literature.
"No matter what career you pursue, strong writing skills will ALWAYS be valuable." Andrew Mc Collister '15Writing major with minors in Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, and English; Four-year varsity swimmer for the Catawba Indians; Whitener Award recipient; Member of the Alpha Chi Honor Society; Author of , an annual literary journal published by students in the English Department. His main scholarly work is in rhetoric and composition, and he also studies and teaches literary theory and 20th century British literature. A creative writer specializing in prose fiction, he is interested in teaching first-year composition. His courses center on Romantic and Victorian British literature, science fiction, and gothic fiction, while his theoretical interests include gender criticism, psychoanalysis, Marxism, and the interplay between literature and science.
Or strive for excellence with membership in Sigma Tau Delta, a national honor society in English. He is particularly interested in the philosophy of art as it crosses paths with rhetoric, politics, and economics. His fiction has been a winner of the South Carolina Fiction Project, the James Dickey Award for Fiction, and the Piccolo Spoleto Fiction Open, and has appeared in Dr. Jamie Lynn Henthorn is an Assistant Professor of English and Director of Catawba’s Writing Center. Some of his favorite texts include William Blake's .
Another important reason for a student’s decision is that this creative writing degree program is offered at a small private college that is ranked 4th among Best Regional Colleges in the South by U. The Charles Turney Award is made annually to a rising senior who excels in either the Writing or Literature major.
Apply for this Scholarship Catawba College majors in the creative writing bachelor’s degree program are encouraged to complete internships to build links to their professional interests, and gain work-world experience, especially in jobs related to journalism, editing and the non-profit sector.
Catawba College students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Writing are encouraged to pursue extended research projects which allow them to delve deep into a topic of their personal interest.
Students can present their research on campus at a well-attended annual Catawba Research and Creativity Showcase or at state and regional professional conferences such as the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Research Symposium. Grant, III, is Chair and an Associate Professor of English. Forrest Anderson is an Associate Professor of English and also serves as Catawba’s Associate Provost for Student Academic Success.