Event Title

Panel: Writing Around Borders: The Shifting Geography of Genre

Location

UND Memorial Ballroom

Start Date

24-3-2006 12:00 PM

End Date

24-3-2006 1:00 PM

Description

This audiovisual recording from March 24, 2006 as part of the 37th annual UND Writers Conference: “Border Crossings” features Branca Vilela, Fan Shen, Mark Salzman, and Nance van Winckel comprising the panel “Writing Around Borders: The Shifting Geography of Genre.” The panel opens with a discussion of the abstract notion of “borders” and Vilela reads the 19th article of the Declaration of Human Rights. The panel also discusses the barriers between a writer and their written product, the importance of reading as a part of the writing process, editing strategies, and overcoming failures as a writers and criticism.

Moderated by Darin Kerr.

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Panel: Writing Around Borders: The Shifting Geography of Genre

UND Memorial Ballroom

This audiovisual recording from March 24, 2006 as part of the 37th annual UND Writers Conference: “Border Crossings” features Branca Vilela, Fan Shen, Mark Salzman, and Nance van Winckel comprising the panel “Writing Around Borders: The Shifting Geography of Genre.” The panel opens with a discussion of the abstract notion of “borders” and Vilela reads the 19th article of the Declaration of Human Rights. The panel also discusses the barriers between a writer and their written product, the importance of reading as a part of the writing process, editing strategies, and overcoming failures as a writers and criticism.

Moderated by Darin Kerr.