Join us for a panel discussion with faculty members and writers Alicia Christoff (English), Catherine Epstein (History), Susan Niditch (Religion), Khary Polk (Black Studies) and Daniel Velleman (Mathematics) on how experienced writers actually write. How do they come up with and develop their ideas? When, where and how do they work? How, in short, do they write successfully? For this second annual event, our faculty panelists will share accounts of their individual writing processes and explore similarities and differences in writing practices within, across and beyond the academic disciplines. Refreshments will be served.