Global Seminar: The Drama of Alteration: Writing The Global City

Global Seminar: The Drama of Alteration: Writing The Global City

Sharpen your writing skills in this Seminar as you explore London and learn to express yourself through words. Walking field studies throughout London’s most intriguing neighborhoods will spark your inspiration. The course will allow you to translate your interpretations and reflections in writing. Your writing will be an expression of your unique learning experience and reveal the multiple realities encountered in the urban spaces of London, moving beyond simplicity and stereotype. London has something for everyone, including the more than 300 different languages spoken in this hugely diverse city.

Subjects

  • Creative Writing

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