WRITTEN ARTS PROGRAM

Division of Languages and Literature

Website: http://writtenarts.bard.edu

Updated August 23, 2017

 

 

Advising Faculty

 

1.     Dinaw Mengestu (director)

2.     Susan Fox Rogers (assistant director)

3.     Mary Caponegro

4.     Benjamin Hale

5.     Michael Ives

6.     Robert Kelly

7.     Ann Lauterbach (leave of absence fall 2017)

8.     Wyatt Mason

9.     Bradford Morrow

10.   Joseph O'Neill

11.   Philip Pardi

12.   Francine Prose

13.   Luc Sante

14.   Mona Simpson

 

Non-advising Faculty:

 

1.     Ian Buruma (leave of absence fall 2017)

2.     Neil Gaiman

3.     Dawn Lundy Martin (beginning spring 2018)

 

 

Program Requirements

 

Moderation Requirements:

 

1.     Successful completion of one workshop in the Written Arts Program

2.     LIT 103 Introduction to Literary Studies

3.     one LIT Sequence Course (U.S. Literature I, II, or III; Comparative Literature A I, II, or III; or English Literature I, II, or III)

4.     any additional course from the Division of Languages and Literature

5.     any additional course from the Division of Languages and Literature

 

Graduation Requirements:

 

6.     Senior Project I

7.     Senior Project II

 

Students are expected to develop a plan of study with their adviser and continue their study of literature every semester. Emphasis should be on courses in comparative literature, translation, literary history, historical studies, philosophy and linguistics, as well as in the other arts.

 

 

Sample Program of Study

 

First Year

Sophomore Year

Junior Year

Senior Year

 

LIT 103

WRIT writing workshop

FYSEM I (fall)

FYSEM II (spring)

 

LIT 257 (US Lit sequence)

L&L elective

L&L elective

 

Moderation (spring)

 

WRIT writing workshop

L&L elective

L&L elective

L&L elective

 

Sr. Project I (fall)

Sr. Project II (spring)

WRIT Senior Colloquium

L&L elective