“Writing in Public” Panel Discusses Writing for a Broader Readership

March 12, 2018

Writers need readers—and in the present moment, many academic writers are seeking ways to address a broader and more diverse readership. At the panel discussion “Writing in Public,” five members of the Princeton community shared how their work outside the academy relates to their scholarship, and how writing for different audiences has increasingly become a part of their profession, especially as early career academics.

The discussion was organized by Sara Chihaya (English) and Kinohi Nishikawa (English) as an offshoot of their graduate seminar, “The Present Moment: Contemporary Literature,” which explores the connection between para-academic writing and the academy.

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