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Who Does What to Whom: The Ethics of Clarity

LocationSanders Auditorium

For writers of expository prose (including academic writing), clarity is not merely a technical skill but a moral choice, according to Michael Harvey, Associate Professor in Business Management at Washington College. Harvey is the author of The Nuts and Bolts of College Writing, 3rd Edition. His lecture is sponsored by the History Department’s C. Mildred Thompson Lecture Fund and The Writing Center.