Missed the SCAD WRITing in Lacoste info session?  Well, there’s one more! Lacoste Info Session Bradley Hall 114 Monday, Oct. 1 2-3 p.m. Learn how you can take an independent study, work on your thesis, or do your teaching internship all in a medieval French village. Whet your appetite with more information and check out […]

Interested in studying in Lacoste, France?  Please join Savannah-based writing professor Lee Griffith and Gregory Renda, coordinator of off-campus programs, to learn about the village, the classes, the trips, the cuisine, the costs and accommodations.  SCAD writing majors are jumping across the pond this winter quarter, and we hope you join us. Information session for Savannah-based […]

Come out Friday afternoon in Savannah for a book signing and film screening: SCAD professor Kevin McCarey will be signing copies of his book, “Islands Under Fire: The Improbable Quest to Save the Corals of Puerto Rico,” which is an account of his role in conservation  efforts aimed at an often overlooked part of America. The book signing is one of several SCAD-hosted events […]

Document, the graduate journal of the SCAD writing program, wants your nonfiction! Submit your best work immediately. Selected works will be published in Volume 4, Winter 2013. Submitted pieces will also be considered for nomination to the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Intro Journals Awards. The nominated piece will NOT be published in this […]

SCAD District, Savannah’s student news organization, wants to fill four paid positions on the editorial board for the 2012-13 academic year: news editor, student life editor, entertainment editor and creative director. Terms end the last day of spring break 2013. To see job descriptions for each position and submit an application, visit the website. The […]

Writing in Lacoste

September 13, 2012 | Leave a Comment

SCAD Lacoste will feature writing as a focus major in Winter 2013. Savannah-based professor Lee Griffith will teach the following courses: WRIT 277: Nonfiction Writing II WRIT 377: NonfictionWriting III WRIT 322: Writing About Place (elective for graduate students with permission) WRIT 410: Literary Journalism (elective for graduate students with permission) WRIT 713: Nonfiction I […]

Savannah graduate student Allison Bennett Dyche, who is also assistant director of Student Media at SCAD, will intern at WJCL/WTGS in the fall. Magdalena Bresson, 2012 alumna, also is interning at WJCL/WTGS in the sports department. Atlanta graduate student T.J. Gordon will intern at Creative Loafing during fall quarter. Atlanta graduate student Jennifer Jefferson earned […]

“La Plissure du Texte: A Planetary Fairytale” is a seminal work of distributed authorship created by Roy Ascott in 1984 using the early computer conferencing protocol of the time. It involved players assuming the identity of fairytale characters and developing, from that character’s point of view, a rolling narrative online, over a period of three […]