Writing from the Soul

School of Undergraduate Studies BIS 1553 3.00

Philip Zaleski offers the view that valuable spiritual writing “addresses, in a manner both profound and beautiful, the workings of the soul.” This statement defines what it means to write not only about the important spiritual experience, but also about all subjects that deeply engage the soul—spiritual, psychological, historical, cultural, political, and/or autobiographical. In this class, students have the opportunity to define the key components of writing from the soul and to develop passionate writing that has meaning for them and that will artfully engage others. Students will read contemporary texts, create original works, and complete a portfolio of writing exercises. BIS student

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