Creative Writing and the New Humanities

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Page numbers followed by (n) represent endnotes.
a
Adams, Glenda 107
Adams, Katherine 56-7
Adamson, Robert 136
Addison, Joseph 26 , 27 , 36
Adelaide Writers' Festival 141
Akenside, Mark 15 , 19
Aldridge, John W. 13
Allen, Walter 101
Amato, Joe:
and Fleisher, Kassia 106 , 172
American Declaration of Independence 33
Anderson, Don 139 , 202
anti-didacticism 104
anti-industrialism 39-40
anti-political correctness:
attacks on universities 197-9
Aristotle 25 , 28 , 34 , 88 , 101
Arnold, Matthew 38 , 39 , 40 , 69 , 77 , 118 , 187 , 189 ;
creative power 37 , 41 ;
criticism 186 ;
disinterestedness 17 , 19 , 186
Associated Writing Programs 5 , 93 , 121 , 123 , 125 , 157 , 188 , 194
Attebury, Brian 170
Australia:
colleges of advanced education (CAE) 126, 139 , 141 , 143-4 , 149-50 , 156 ;
English Studies 127-31 ;
history of Creative Writing 126-57 ;
metaphysical ascendancy in universities 128 , 155 ;
new Australian writing 135-43 ;
new fiction 137-8 ;
new humanities 182-4 ;
new poetry 136-7 ;
political correctness 199-200 ;
professionalisation of Creative Writing 155-7 ;
universities and Creative Writing 150-5 ;
vocational education 143-50
Australian Academy of the
Humanities 158 , 182-3 , 197
Australian Association for the Teaching of English 133
Australian Association of Writing Programs 125 , 158 , 159 , 168 , 188 ;
foundation of 157
Australian Literary Studies 127 , 135 , 143 , 156
author:
craft-based choices 94 , 95 , 211 ;
death of 149 , 156 , 163-4 , 208
authorship:
in writing workshop 112-20 ;
modernist craftsman 64-6 , 82 , 117 ;
professionalised 65 , 194
autobiographical criticism 167
automatic writing 42
avant-garde 12 , 124 , 165-6 , 184 , 211 ;
and Creative Writing 165-71 , 194

b
Babbitt, Irving 18 , 34 , 68 , 69
Bacon, Francis 23 , 24 , 35 , 37
Baker, George Pierce:
Dramatic Technique36 , 206 ;
'47 Workshop' 81
Bakhtin, Mikhail (The Dialogic Imagination) 208-12

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - From Imagination to Creativity 21
  • 2 - Disciplinary Origins 48
  • 3 - Workshop Poetics 87
  • 4 - Creative Writing in Australia 121
  • 5 - Negotiating Theory 158
  • 6 - What is a Literary Intellectual? 180
  • Conclusion 205
  • Notes 215
  • Bibliography 218
  • Index 245
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