March 01, 2007

What Does It Take to Become a Foreign Correspondent?

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WHAT DOES IT TAKE BECOME A FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT?

Andrew Finkel
Journalist and Broadcaster
(The Times, Time Magazine,
The Washington Post, CNN, Milliyet)

As I said, Maureen Freely and I have invited a guest writer to speak with you about writing non-fiction. This will be especially useful for 2nd years in Composition and Creative Writing, and 1st years in the current Modes of Writing sessions about nonfictional prose. The guest will not be ‘speaking to our syllabus’ but coming from outside with a real-world take on how and why this kind of writing matters.

The first session for all students will be at 4.30 p.m. on Wednesday 7th March in Room H148 in Humanities (1st floor).

Andy will also be holding office hours for you on Thursday morning between 10:30 and 12:00 in
H538. You are all welcome. See you there.


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