University of Georgia English Ph.D.
Professor LeAnne Howe will have two events at the Decatur Book Festival on Sunday, Sept. 1st.
Sidonia Serafini, doctoral student of UGA’s Department of English, curated for the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries an exhibit titled The New South and New Slavery: Convict Labor in Georgia. The exhibit opens July 26 and will be on display through December.
Dr. Sujata Iyengar visited the University of Minnesota in April 2019 to brainstorm with an international team of scholars who are developing a digital project, "Citizen Shakespeare," that will connect members of the public with Shakespearean outreach projects.
Dr. Andrew Zawacki published a guest blog post, titled, "A Whole Other System: ‘Paris photo graff’ Continued," for Poetry Foundation.
Wilbert Coburn Freer passed away February 26, 2019, in the Episcopal Church Home, Rochester, NY.
Eidson Distinguished Professor LeAnne Howe's latest work, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS, is a Paris Review staff pick.
Eidson Distinguished Professor LeAnne Howe discussed her research process for SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS in a Lapham's Quarterly Roundtable.
Professor LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS, was reviewed in the Los Angeles Review of Books. SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS was published in February by Coffee House Press.
"On Second Thought" host Virginia Prescott spoke with Dr. Ed Pavlić about James Baldwin's writings on places like Atlanta and Charlotte help people understand the South of today.