The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) will host a series of workshops in March. On Monday, March 27, join us for “Humanities Writing for the Public,” hosted by Dr. William FitzGerald, Associate Professor of English. This event begins at 11:20 a.m. on the first floor of 325 Cooper Street.
About this workshop
Writing for public audiences is a completely different skill than writing for an academic audiences, such as scholarly journals, your professors, and Canvas discussion posts! In a time when rhetoric and communicating with the public is as important as ever, this workshop will give you an introduction to the skills needed to write for a public audience.
About Dr. FitzGerald
William FitzGerald is an Associate Professor of English at Rutgers University-Camden. His primary interest is rhetoric, specifically the rhetoric of religion. He is a published author in several academic journals, collections of essays, and he co-authored The Craft of Research (U. of Chicago Press). His current project looks to track the origin of the famous Serenity Prayer.