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Writing in Education - Vol. 44 - Conference 2007

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In this issue:

AWP in New York City, 2008
Kathy Flann introduces a round-up of NAWE members' reflections on the AWP Conference 2008 in New York.
Brave New Academy or Scholastic Dead End?
Mike Harris considers the future of creative writing in universities.
Creative Space
Jess Moriarty and Maria Antoniou give an account of writing retreats for HE lecturers in Sussex.
Inspiring and Challenging
Stefan Wanzenried and Franz Andres Morrissey reflect on their work with Swiss primary school teachers.
Literally Thinking
Carolyn Yates looks at alternative ways of improving literacy.
Many Waters
Victoria Field explores spirituality within the creative writing workshop.
Radiophonics
Kate Horsley and Graham Mort describe a British Council broadcasting project with African writers.
Reading Trauma
Kathy Flann and Lucy Collins offer two perspectives on dealing with disturbed creative writing students.
Room to Rhyme
Nigel McLoughlin investigates the notion of intellectual space within Higher Education for the creative writer.
Tell Us Your Story
Marie Crook explains how she works to engage hard-to-reach learners through storytelling.
The Creative Writing PhD Thesis
Susanna Gladwin calls for a Symposium approach.
transculturalwriting.com
Graham Mort examines the role of eLearning in Creative Writing teaching and supervision in Higher Education.
Who Killed Adult Ed?
Liz Cashdan describes her work within the endangered world of Adult Education.
Whose Stories?
Helena Blakemore discusses diversity and development in HE teaching.
Writers in the World
Maggie Butt, Steve May, Robyn Bolam and Helena Blakemore share various professional development opportunities for creative writing students.

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