This is a list of all International Writing Program courses. For more information, see International Writing Program.
IWP:1009 Undergraduate Internshiparr.
Professional experience for students interested in arts management and international literature. Requirements: undergraduate standing, minimum of 36 s.h. of course work, and consultation with IWP director.
IWP:1040 Writing Across the Atlantic: Guided Creative Writing and Readingarr.
Reading contemporary British prose and poetry and students' own creative writing; instruction by a visiting writer from Great Britain who is participating in the International Writing Program.
IWP:1102 On Campus Independent Studyarr.
Independent study arranged in collaboration with instructor.
IWP:1120 International Issues in Creative Nonfiction Writingarr.
Where does the subjective terminate, the objective commence? What are the boundaries between domestic and global, personal and political, fiction and nonfiction? Addressing these questions through academic and creative means; examination of pressing social, environmental, and creative issues; for students unafraid of technology, interested in Skyping, working on message boards, and exchanging multimedia responses with students worldwide; online course linking to institutions of higher learning abroad.
IWP:3152 America in Other Words1-3 s.h.
Current idea of America in its imaginary form: post-1989 world fiction, poetry, and film in original language, in translation, and via online translation resources. Same as CL:3152.
IWP:3191 International Literature Today1-3 s.h.
English majors may apply this course to the following area and/or period requirement. AREA: Transnational Literature and Postcolonial Studies. PERIOD: 20th/21st-Century Literature. Same as ENGL:3595, WLLC:3191.
IWP:3201 Writing and Publishing for the Literary Webarr.
Technical aspects of web publishing, including step-by-step instruction on using content management systems (Drupal and Wordpress); specific stylistic and editorial protocols associated with contributing to literary websites; utilize and navigate a content management system; create a contributor portfolio of online work, including media items, reviews, interviews, and blog posts.
IWP:3210 Comparative Arts3 s.h.
Cultural and aesthetic issues arising from side-by-side investigation of several art forms, including literature, cinema, painting, music, opera, architecture; periods, schools, styles, and their theories. Same as CL:3210.
IWP:5205 International Translation Workshop1-3 s.h.
International writers pair with University of Iowa translators to write new works of poetry and fiction in English; second-language fluency not required for international writers. Same as TRNS:5205.
IWP:5230 Writing Across Genres: A Workshoparr.
Writing across genres; exploration of modes and voices different from chosen genres (i.e., poets may test the waters of playwriting, nonfiction writers of translation, translators of fiction); rotations by guest faculty; workshop includes students from Writing University M.F.A. programs and International Writing Program residents.
IWP:6635 Crossing Borders Seminar2-3 s.h.