Humanities Writing for the Public with William FitzGerald

Throughout March, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) will host a series of workshops that will feature our public humanities faculty fellows in person on the first floor of 325 Cooper Street. Scholars will discuss a range of topics from case studies, writing for the public, and personal archives, and will demonstrate ways to succeed in the Humanities.

Humanities Writing for the Public (Monday, March 27 @ 11:20 am)

William FitzGerald 

Writing for public audiences is a completely different skill than writing for an academic audiences, such as scholarly journals, your professors, and Canvas discussion posts! In a time when rhetoric and communicating with the public is as important as ever, this workshop will give you an introduction to the skills needed to write for a public audience.

William FitzGerald is an Associate Professor of English at Rutgers University-Camden. His primary interest is rhetoric, specifically the rhetoric of religion. He is a published author in several academic journals, collections of essays, and he co-authored The Craft of Research (U. of Chicago Press). His current project looks to track the origin of the famous Serenity Prayer.