Understanding Creativity and Creative Writing


Lecture 1 - Overview


Lecture 2 - In Conversation with Richard Schechner


Lecture 3 - Multilingual Plurality: Our Environment - Part I


Lecture 4 - Multilingual Plurality: Our Environment - Part II


Lecture 5 - Interplay of Languages and Forms of Writing - Part I


Lecture 6 - Interplay of Languages and Forms of Writing - Part II


Lecture 7 - Creativity and Cultures


Lecture 8 - Notion of Play and The Three Domain Activities


Lecture 9 - Theory of Enjoyment: Critical Assessment


Lecture 10 - Divergences and Convergences - Part I


Lecture 11 - Divergences and Convergences - Part II


Lecture 12 - Creative and Cultural Spaces for Students


Lecture 13 - Being and Doing: Writing as Performance


Lecture 14 - Writers and Writing: The Dialogic Process


Lecture 15 - Creativity, Writing, Creative Writing: Recent Viewpoints


Lecture 16 - Issues Related to the Teaching of Creative Writing


Lecture 17 - Writers on Writing: Albert Camus


Lecture 18 - Critical Reading of Great Writers: Albert Camus


Lecture 19 - Critical Reading of Important Writers: Margaret Atwood


Lecture 20 - Reading and Writing


Lecture 21 - Indian Writing: Writers/Narrators


Lecture 22 - Contemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity - Part I


Lecture 23 - Contemporary Indian Writers: The Search for Creativity - Part II


Lecture 24 - Mosaic Patterns: Module 2


Lecture 25 - Introduction to Drama


Lecture 26 - Performance and Script Writing: Mime


Lecture 27 - Western Classical Theory


Lecture 28 - Student Response - I


Lecture 29 - Indian Drama: Classical Theory and Practice


Lecture 30 - Interacting Continuum: Classical, Folk and Modern Drama


Lecture 31 - From The Perspective of Playwriting: Monologue


Lecture 32 - From The Playwright's Perspective - Part I


Lecture 33 - From The Playwright's Perspective - Part II


Lecture 34 - From The Perspective of Playwriting: Anton Chekhov


Lecture 35 - Drama in the Classroom: Experience and Writing


Lecture 36 - Student Response - II


Lecture 37 - Performative Reading of the Cherry Orchard


Lecture 38 - Short Story as a Genre


Lecture 39 - Short Stories by Indian Women Writers


Lecture 40 - Modern Western Short Story


Lecture 41 - Varieties of Writing Processes