Wednesday, March 10 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Today’s media landscape is increasingly digital, offering writers the chance to experiment with both the composition and the presentation of our work. This panel discussion will explore the influence and effects of technology on the ways we approach our craft. We will consider a variety of issues: how writing can be presented and enlarged in a digital landscape; the use of the digital as creative space, inspiring forms of composition; and the development of written pieces that are not entirely text-based but also incorporate other media and disciplines. What does writing look like when it involves more than words? The panel will be followed by a group discussion.
Robert Hernandez, Professor of Professional Practice (USC Annenberg)
M.G. Lord, Associate Professor of the Practice of English (USC Dornsife)
Nooshin Rostami, Adjunct Assistant Professor (USC School of Cinematic Arts)
Donna Spruijt-Metz, Research Professor of Psychology, USC Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research (USC Dornsife)
Registration before the event is required. REGISTER
This workshop is part of the Levan Institute for the Humanities' “On Writing” series. To see more events in this series, visit https://dornsifecms.usc.edu/levan-institute/writing/.