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An introduction to creative writing taught by Durham-based author Dr Fadia Faqir. It explores techniques for sparking the imagination and tapping inner creativity as well as developing skills and improving style.
The fifteen 2-hour weekly workshops, running over two terms, concentrate on fiction, the novel and short story, and are intended for people who have an active interest in contemporary writing and are keen on developing their writing skills.
Come along to an afternoon discussion on the impact of the recent FIFA World Cup on Russia's football culture and international image. This workshop brings together journalists and academics specialising in football culture and international sports management, Russian studies and communication research to open up a discussion on the changing role of sport mega events in cultural awareness, transnational communication and international outreach, as exemplified by the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
All welcome, no prior registration is required.