Writing Subjects

Spring 2017 Schedule: Writing
For a complete list of Writing subjects, see: http://student.mit.edu/catalog/m21Wa.html

Subject and Title Sec Instructor Schedule Supplemental Descriptions
21W.011 (CI-HW) Writing and Rhetoric: Rhetoric and Contemporary Issues A. Walsh TR7-8:30  
21W.022 (CI-HW) Writing and Experience: Reading and Writing Autobiography 1 L. Harrison Lepera MW1-2:30
2 S. Carlisle MW3-4:30
3 A. Walsh TR3-4:30
21W.031 (CI-HW) Science Writing and New Media: Explorations in Communicating about Science and Technology J. Melvold TR12:30-2
21W.035 (CI-HW) Science Writing and New Media: Elements of Science Writing for the Public K. Boiko TR3-4:30
21W.742/WGS.231 Writing About Race K. Ragusa MW9.30-11
21W.747 Rhetoric 1 S. Strang MW9.30-11
2 A. Karatsolis TR2-3.30
21W.749 Documentary Photography and Photojournalism: Still Images of a World in Motion B.D. Colen T7-10
21W.752/21W.824 Making Documentary: Audio, Video, and More T. Trimpop W2-5
21W.755 Writing and Reading Short Stories 1 S. Lewitt TR1-2.30
2 M. Nathan TR1-2.30
21W.759 Writing Science Fiction
S. Lewitt TR3-4.30
21W.762 Poetry Workshop
1 E. Barrett M7-10
2 E. Barrett T7-10
21W.764/CMS.809/CMS.846 The Word Made Digital
N. Montfort W2-5
21W.765/21L.489/CMS.845 Interactive Narrative
N. Montfort W7-10
21W.770 Advanced Fiction Workshop
H. Lee TR3-4.30
21W.771 Advanced Poetry Workshop
E. Funkhouser M2-5
21W.775 Writing about Nature and Environmental Issues
C. Taft TR3-4.30
21W.777 Science Writing in Contemporary Society K. Boiko TR11-12.30
21W.820/STS.477 Writing: Science, Technology, and Society K. Manning T7-10
21W.826 Advanced Science Writing Seminar I Graduate Program Faculty MW10-11.30
21W.THG Graduate Thesis S. Mnookin M4-7