This is (Not) What I Expected: Difference and Dignity through Literature and the Arts: a series of events centered around and inspired by Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric (2014)
LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS (Coffee House Press, 2019), received a glowing review from Foreward Reviews.
From the article: "Intriguing, poetic, and disturbing, this play opens up a whole new biographical interpretation for Mary Todd Lincoln."
Dr. Ed Pavlić's latest book, ANOTHER KIND OF MADNESS, was reviewed by Publishers Weekly.
Professor LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS, was reviewed by Publishers Weekly. "Although revisionist in scope, Howe’s drama taps emotional undercurrents that course imperceptibly through conventional historical narratives."
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, the Georgia Colloquium in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Literature is collaborating with UGA Libraries, the Department of Theatre and Film, the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, and t
The University of Georgia (UGA) and the Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 (UPVM) and IRCL (UMR5186 CNRS) are delighted to announce a conference, “Scenes in the Other’s Language/Scènes dans la langue de l’autre,” as part of their ongoing collaboration, “Scene-Stealing/Ravir la scène,”…
Dr. Wigston Smith's lecture on Monday, October 1st, serves as the first presentation in the newly named Paul Douglas Hale Lecture Hall. The dedication will take place at 4:30 and will be followed by Dr. Wigston Smith's talk.
Third-year Ph.D. student Paul Cunningham is one of 26 queer poets featured in a new public art sculpture by Sarah E. Brook called Viewfinding. The sculpture will be installed in Manhattan’s Riverside Park South, near 67th street, this September.
It is with the greatest sadness that we announce the untimely death of Christy Desmet, Josiah Meigs Professor of English, Director of First-year Composition and Director of the UGA Writing Centers, co-
Professor LeAnne Howe is a featured writer in Literary Hub's series "New Poetry by Indigenous Women," curated by Natalie Diaz.
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