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Ongoing Events with David Taylor

David A. Taylor
David Taylor regularly teaches at
The Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD
and in the Science Writing certificate program
at Johns Hopkins University.
In his workshops, participants
explore how people with a scientific background
can begin writing for broad audiences and
how non-scientists can weave
scientific thought into their writing.
Check The Writer’s Center for upcoming workshops
and Johns Hopkins for course offerings.
 

Also join David for these special appearances:

Latest Past Events

Whose Stories? Exploring the Legacy of the Federal Writers’ Project

The Living New Deal hosts a conversation on The People's Recorder podcast, with stories of American life in the 1930s using interviews and recordings made by workers of the Federal Writers’ Project. This webinar intertwines voices from the past with contemporary stories that echo with them, exploring the FWP’s legacy—what it achieved, where it fell… Read More »Whose Stories? Exploring the Legacy of the Federal Writers’ Project

The Legacy of the Federal Writers’ Project in Virginia – A Conversation

Library of Virginia

Join us for a virtual conversation about the pioneers of the Federal Writers' Project who uncovered Virginia history in the 1930s and what their work tells us now. The writers hired in the commonwealth as part of this New Deal effort challenged conventional academic approaches to American history and paved the way for new representations.… Read More »The Legacy of the Federal Writers’ Project in Virginia – A Conversation