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Module The Art and Architecture of Language
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4 -28 September 2023
Mondays and Thursdays
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM IST
Worldwide Registration Open
About the Course
This course teaches writing with style: clearly, directly, and for diverse audiences, without compromising the complexity of ideas.
Paradoxically, the more writing has become our primary mode of communication, the less we treat it as a craft that demands principled understanding, regular practice, and careful revision.
As this paradox cuts across professions, paygrades, and generations, Write: Style is ideal for academics writing books and fellowship proposals, artists writing artists’ statements, anyone applying for grants, curators exhibiting catalogues and wall texts, consultants writing reports and strategies, journalists writing news and editorials, NGOs and political activists writing press releases and speeches, advertising and PR teams writing storyboards, high school and college students writing applications to universities ...really anyone who seeks to communicate effectively in written form!
Write: Style implements our ‘Six Principles of Style’ model, which teaches you to identify and write for your target audience with confidence, clarity and persuasion. You’ll take home ‘Writer Toolkits’, handy checklists reminding you to apply the principles we teach in all of your writing!
About the Professor
Rohit Goel is Director/Professor of the Bombay Institute for Critical Analysis and Research (BICAR). He is the co-editor of Lacan contra Foucault: Subjectivity, Sex, Politics (Bloomsbury) and has taught courses in critical theory, historiography, and politics at the University of Chicago, Sciences Po Paris, the American University of Beirut, and Jnanapravaha Mumbai. Rohit received the Fulbright IIE and Center for Arabic Study Abroad (CASA) fellowships to pursue years of Arabic language study in Syria and was awarded the Fulbright DDRA and Andrew C. Mellon Fellowship for PhD dissertation research in primary sources in Lebanon. He completed his BA from Harvard College and, as Harvard University’s Paul Williams Fellow to Emmanuel College, was granted an MPhil in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge.
Students who complete the course (attendance) are eligible for a BICAR Certificate of Completion. Those who complete all three Write courses - Style, Argument and Logic - over two calendar years are eligible for a BICAR Diploma in The Art and Architecture of Language.
We will refund your mode of payment — minus a 25% processing fee — if you choose not to take this course after the first session. Or, you can ‘roll over’ your balance to another or future BICAR course without a fee deduction.
To register, we can facilitate two modes of payment — either a direct bank transfer to our Indian account or we also have a PayPal link: