Event Title

Always Revising

Location

Library Seminar Room

Keywords

Day of Common Learning

Description

As readers, we encounter writing in a finished and polished state. This polish obscures the messy process of failed drafts, re-writing, revising, editing, and proofreading that is essential to critical inquiry and writing. In the same way, our personal, professional, and faith lives often go through similar processes of revision as we are led and prodded along different paths from what we might imagine for ourselves. This panel will feature several writers who will talk about their own writing processes, how they think of their respective fields, how their place in those fields has changed over the years, and how their Christian faith informs their scholarship/writing practices and vice versa.

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Oct 18th, 1:00 PM

Always Revising

Library Seminar Room

As readers, we encounter writing in a finished and polished state. This polish obscures the messy process of failed drafts, re-writing, revising, editing, and proofreading that is essential to critical inquiry and writing. In the same way, our personal, professional, and faith lives often go through similar processes of revision as we are led and prodded along different paths from what we might imagine for ourselves. This panel will feature several writers who will talk about their own writing processes, how they think of their respective fields, how their place in those fields has changed over the years, and how their Christian faith informs their scholarship/writing practices and vice versa.