The Nature of Written Discourse

Writing 20 explores the dynamics of written language: its relationships to speech, thought, and culture; its uses in different personal, academic, professional, and public contexts; its abuses in jargon and propaganda. Course work includes extensive practice in different kinds of writing. Enrollment restricted to students who have not passed the Entry Level Writing Requirement. Open to others by permission of instructor. Enrollment limited to 22.


    Winter 2018

  • 42309

    WRIT 20-01

    Written Discourse

    TuTh 01:30PM - 03:05PM, Hum & Soc Sci 250

    Instructor: Thorn, D.

    42310

    WRIT 20-02

    Written Discourse

    TuTh 05:20PM - 06:55PM, Hum & Soc Sci 250

    Instructor: Thorn, D.

    42311

    WRIT 20-03

    Written Discourse

    TuTh 11:40AM - 01:15PM, Soc Sci 2 167

    Instructor: Hamilton, R.
    42312

    WRIT 20-04

    Written Discourse

    MWF 12:00PM - 01:05PM, Oakes Acad 103

    Instructor: Silva, D.

    42313

    WRIT 20-05

    Written Discourse

    MWF 01:20PM - 02:25PM, Crown Clrm 203

    Instructor: Newberry, E.

    42314

    WRIT 20-06

    Written Discourse

    MWF 04:00PM - 05:05PM, Crown Clrm 203

    Instructor: Newberry, E.
    42315

    WRIT 20-07

    Written Discorse

    MWF 12:00PM - 01:05PM, Soc Sci 2 159

    Instructor: Staff

    42316

     WRIT 20-08

    Written Discourse

    TuTh 01:30PM - 03:05PM, Hum & Soc Sci 350

    Instructor: Parmeter,S.

    42317

     WRIT 20-09

    Written Discourse 

    TuTh 05:20PM - 06:55PM, Cowell Acad 223

    Instructor:Parmeter,S.

    42318

    WRIT 20-10 

    Written Discourse

    TuTh 11:40AM - 1:15PM Hum & Soc Sci 250

    Instructor: Knisely,L.E.

    42319

     WRIT 20-11

    Written Discourse

    MWF 08:00AM - 09:05AM, Porter Acad 249

    Instructor: Longo,P.M.

    42320

    WRIT 20-12

     Written Discourse

    MWF 10:40AM - 11:45AM, Porter Acad 249

    Instructor: Longo,P.M.