CRWR 430 001 / 530 001: Preparation for a Career in Writing
CRWR 555Z-001: Advanced Writing of Non-Fiction II (Hazlitt)
CRWR 599: Thesis
About Deborah Campbell
Deborah Campbell is the author of the nonfiction books This Heated Place and the forthcoming A Disappearance in Damascus. Her writing has appeared in Harper’s, The Walrus, The Economist, Foreign Policy, New Scientist, The Guardian, Ms. and Adbusters, where she spent five years as an associate editor.
Over the past dozen years she has reported from such places as Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Colombia, Cuba, Israel and the Gaza Strip, combining a culturally immersive approach to field research with narrative storytelling. She is the winner of several National Magazine Awards and has been published in 11 countries and 6 languages. Her work has been included in anthologies and essay collections in Europe, Asia and North America, and her radio documentaries on international affairs have aired on NPR and CBC radio. She has also written on contemporary art for magazines such as Canadian Art, Form, and Modern Painters, taking a particular interest in art that explores the intersection between people and politics. In addition to teaching creative writing and journalism at the University of British Columbia, she has guest lectured at Harvard, UC Berkeley and Zayed University in Dubai, and has appeared as a commentator on media and Mideast issues for TV and radio.