How I Write: A Conversation with Eileen Chow
How I Write
A Conversation with Eileen Chow and Jennifer Ahern-Dodson
Duke Professor and writer Eileen Chow will talk with Faculty Write Program Director Jennifer Ahern-Dodson about how writing works for her: Why she writes, how she writes, what she does when she gets stuck, and where she finds joy in her work. Eileen is interested in all manners of public storytelling, and how to do so as a scholar and teacher.
Sponsored by the Forum for Scholars and Publics, the Publishing Humanities Initiative, and the Thompson Writing Program. Learn more about the Faculty Write Program's How I Write series here.
Eileen Cheng-yin Chow is Associate Professor of the Practice in Chinese and Japanese Cultural Studies at Duke University, and one of the founding directors of Story Lab at Duke. She is currently the Director of Graduate Studies for Duke Asian Pacific Studies Institute's East Asian Studies graduate program, and a…...Read More
Jennifer Ahern-Dodson is Associate Professor of the Practice of the Thompson Writing Program. Her research centers on the role that community plays in shaping attitudes toward writing, and cultivating learning spaces for faculty and students that promote creativity, critical reflection, meaningful engagement, and a sense of belonging. She has been involved in…...Read More