2019 Academic Symposium
We often use first-person narrative as a way to tell our own stories in the form of the autobiography or memoir. But the form of those stories, considering the overall framing, the idea of stable point-of-view or chronological time, can greatly affect how those stories are told and received by the audience. This showcase of student-writers will feature a reading of unorthodox autobiographies.
Prof. Christina Kubasta, Stephanie Margelowsky, Connor Martin, Bradey Resulta