If you missed it at AALL in Philadelphia last summer, you have another opportunity to attend this well-received writing workshop. Designed for writers of all levels, the workshop will help us learn how to think past mere sentence-level editing skills to more deeply fine-tune our writing.
By exploring often-overlooked features of good academic writing, especially those that quietly serve as the springboard for an article’s main idea, we can begin to more easily come up with new and relevant topics about which to write, position a piece for publication, and communicate our ideas effectively to readers.
Amanda Irwin Wilkins, Director of the Princeton Writing Program, began her career in the editorial department at Scarecrow Press before earning her graduate degree in Comparative Literature. At the Writing Program she teaches new teachers of writing and offers a freshman writing seminar which draws on her research into how writers imagine war from the home front and navigate the aftermath of collective and individual trauma.
David Hollander is the Law & Legal Studies Librarian at the Princeton University Library and a Lecturer in the Princeton Writing Program where he teaches a writing seminar titled “The Fourteenth Amendment.” Prior to coming to Princeton University, David was the Reference/Instructional Services Librarian at the University of Miami School of Law. He is an active member of the American Association of Law Libraries.
DATE: Tuesday, April 17th
TIME: 9:30 – 11:00 a.m.
PLACE: The Writing Program at Princeton University
Directions and information about parking are available at http://www.princeton.edu/main/visiting/
The Writing Program is located in Baker Hall (part of the Whitman College complex).
A light breakfast will be served.
COST: Members: $20.00 Students: $10.00 Non-Members: $25.00
RSVP by Thursday, April 12, 2012
Make check payable to: New Jersey Law Librarians Association
Mail to: Anne Shulman Riker, Danzig One Speedwell Ave, PO Box 1981, Morristown, NJ 07962-1981
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-538-0800, ext. 7482