You know your professors are experts in their fields of study, and expert teachers, but do you realize they’re expert writers, too? No matter the discipline—Management, Biology, Music or English—your professors write in order to discover and share their ideas and research with colleagues.
In our Faculty Interview Series, Baruch professors share their insights about communicating in their disciplines. Click on the videos below to learn about what’s expected from writing in each of these different fields (and why), or if you just want to hear more from the pros—including what’s hard for them!
Writing in Anthropology with Professor E. A. Burlingame
Writing in Anthropology with Professor Glenn Petersen
Writing in Communication Studies with Professor Elisabeth Gareis
Watch Elisabeth Gareis, Professor of Communications Studies, discuss intercultural communication and her article, “Emotion expression and the locution ‘I love you’: A cross-cultural study.”
Writing in Communication Studies with Professor Rebecca Merkin
Writing in English with Professor Mary McGlynn
Watch Mary McGlynn, Professor of English, discuss literary criticism and her article, “Pregnancy, Privacy, and Domesticity in The Snapper.”
Writing in Fine and Performing Arts with Professor Elizabeth Wollman
Watch Elizabeth Wollman, Professor of Fine and Performing Arts, discuss writing in ethnomusicology and her article, “Men, Music, and Marketing at Q104.3 (WAXQ-FM New York).”
Writing in Journalism with Professor Trudy Lieberman
Writing in Management with Professor Mehmet Genc
Watch Mehmet Genc, Professor of Management, discuss writing in management and his article, “Transforming disadvantages into advantages: developing-country MNEs in the least developed countries.”