Stephanie Pritchard

Visiting Assistant Professor


Contact

222A Marano Campus Center
315.312.3650
stephanie.pritchard@oswego.edu

Office hours

FALL 2019
Monday 1:45 - 2:45
Wednesday 11:15-12:15 & 1:45 - 2:45
or by appointment

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Stephanie's undergraduatate degree is from SUNY Oswego, she graduated in 2008 with a double major in Creative Writing and Anthropology. She attended the Vermont College of Fine Arts with a concentration in poetry and received her MFA degree in June 2011. She started teaching at SUNY Oswego in August 2011. Stephanie is the Writing Fellow for the School of Communication, Media, and the Arts as well as Co-Director for The Center for Creativity and Digital Media (The Creativity Lab).

Classes taught

SPRING 2020 COURSES

CRW 205/820 MWF 9:10-10:05 210 Marano CC
CRW 305/800 MWF 11:30-12:25 210 Marano CC
ENG 102/690 MWF 12:40-1:35 210 Marano CC

CRW 205 POETRY WRITING: INTRODUCTORY - In this introductory level poetry workshop, students will begin to understand the nature of poetry by reading a variety of work written by contemporary poets, as well as one full single-author book of poetry. Students will also write, revise, and critique a number of poems throughout the semester. A final portfolio including new and revised poems will be submitted at the end of the semester.

CRW 305 POETRY WRITING: INTERMEDIATE - In this intermediate level poetry workshop, students will write, revise, and critique a number of poems throughout the semester. Reading assignments will focus on several single-author poetry collections. Analytical writing is also required. A final portfolio including new and revised poems will be submitted at the end of the semester. CRW 205 is a prerequisite for this course.

ENG 102 COMPOSITION II: Practice in college level writing, includes preparation of a research paper.

FALL 2019 COURSES

CRW 198/80F MWF 10:20-11:15 322 Marano CC
CRW 205/830 MWF 9:10-10:05 322 Marano CC
ENG 102/60F MWF 12:40-1:35 210 Marano CC
GST 314/800 MW 3:00-4:20 220 Marano CC

CRW 198 FIRST YEAR SIGNATURE COURSE-I Have Something to Tell You: The Spoken Word: Spoken word poems are meant for a crowd. Performance poetry (spoken word and slam) became popular in the United States in the 1980s, and this genre of writing and speaking emphasizes word choice, rhythm, repetition, and storytelling to address issues related to social justice.

 This course will introduce you to contemporary spoken word poems and performers as well as the social problems they address in their writing: sexism, civil rights, poverty, body image, LGBTQ+ rights, rape culture, mental illness, religious freedom, and more. You will also compose, workshop, and perform your own spoken word poem.

CRW 205 POETRY WRITING: INTRODUCTORY-In this introductory level poetry workshop, students will begin to understand the nature of poetry by reading a variety of work written by contemporary poets, as well as one full single-author book of poetry. Students will also write, revise, and critique a number of poems throughout the semester. A final portfolio including new and revised poems will be submitted at the end of the semester.

ENG 102 COMPOSTION II-Practice in college level writing, includes preparation of a research paper.