The Gendered Sentence & Virginia Woolf
Updated: Dec 14, 2020
We have an even newer class notification than the notice created yesterday for Tom Montag's classes. This newest class, created by Mill instructor Emily Bowles, is called Virginia Woolf and the Gendered Sentence, a four-session series of classes focusing on what we can learn as writers from Virginia Woolf’s discussion of the gender of the sentence—a concept she explores throughout A Room of One’s Own (1929). Each week, participants will spend time discussing a specific section of the book, with a focus not only on what we can learn as readers but also as writers. Participants will receive a weekly takeaway assignment so that they can explore the material as it relates to their writing practices.
The class will be conducted via Zoom. The instructor will email links to join the session to each participant before the class. Size limits for the class are from two (minimum) to eight (maximum) students. The cost is $100 for the whole series.
For dates and times, information about the instructor, and to register, click here.
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