Truth-Seeking and Lived Experiences: A Craft Talk for Documentary-Making

UW-Claire professor Dr. José Alvergue's upcoming talk emphasizes lifting up marginalized voices

James Johonnott |

The Chippewa Valley Writers Guild hosts an online craft discussion on Nov. 10 by UWEC professor Dr. José Alvergue on the subject of docupoetics and docuwriting in a contemporary context. Dr. Alvergue will specifically cover his approach to documentary writing, using archives, sampling media, engaging with ethnography, and more techniques to advocate for truth. This craft talk is perfect for anyone looking to engage in documentary writing, and anyone looking to understand how contemporary writers are redefining how to be an advocate for marginalized communities and elevate their voices. Learn more here.