Pleasure, Activated: Locating the Power of Reading

Panel Discussion | April 5 | 12-1:30 p.m. | 113 César E. Chávez Student Center

 Beth Piatote, Associate Professor, Native American Studies; Eric Naiman, Professor, Comparative Literature and Slavic Languages & Literatures; Ian Duncan, Professor, English; Stephen M. Best, Associate Professor, English

 Student Learning Center Writing Program

This faculty panel focuses on the relationship between reading and writing. Panelists will discuss how reading informs their scholarship and academic voice. Come discover how you can cultivate productive reading habits to broaden your intellectual repertoire and take your writing to new heights!

About the #FacultyasWriters Series
Every semester, the SLC Writing Program brings together faculty from across disciplines to discuss the role of writing in the discovery process. Geared towards undergraduates, the series seeks to demystify academic writing at the research university and expose student writers to diverse approaches and strategies for effective engagement. By promoting a writing culture that embraces process, the series seeks to embolden student writers to own their voice and hone their ability to contribute to the academic discourse at Cal and beyond.

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