• Format

    Individual Session

  • Starting date

    Always Available

  • Duration

    1 Hour or Less

  • Price


Walk-Through of Academic Presentation: Where My Girls At? The Absence of Black Femininity in Vampire Culture 

This course provides an introduction to writing creative non-fiction, with a focus on personal essays and profiles.
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This course will present a comprehensive walk-through of the development of the chosen academic presentation, including origins, research, and implementation.
Throughout this course you will:

  • Learn the origins of the selected academic presentation
  • Observe research plan development for selected academic presentation
  • Understand the implementation of the origins and research plan for selected academic presentation.
  • Apply practices to development of an academic presentation.

Rhonda Jackson Garcia (Joseph)

Creative and academic writer. Professor. 
R. J. Joseph is a Stoker Award™ nominated, Texas based writer and professor who earned her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. She has had works published in various venues, including the 2020 Halloween issue of Southwest Review and The Streaming of Hill House: Essays on the Haunting Netflix Series. When she isn't writing, reading, or teaching, she can usually be found wrangling her huge blended family of one husband, four adult sprouts, seven teenaged sproutlings, four grandboo seedlings, and one furry hellbeast who sometimes pretends to be a dog.

She occasionally peeks out on Twitter @rjacksonjoseph or at www.rhondajacksonjoseph.com
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