“Visiting Hours at the Color Line,” a collection of poetry by English and Creative Writing Professor Ed Pavlic, was a selection of the National Poetry Series for 2013 and will be published by Milkweed Editions.
Belinda Stillion Southard, assistant professor of communication studies and women’s studies, won the Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award for her book Militant Citizenship: Rhetorical Strategies of the National Woman's Party, 1913-1920 (Texas A&M University Press, 2011)
“The Age of Auden: Postwar Poetry and the American Scene (Princeton...
Brian Binder, Associate Professor and Marine Sciences Department Head, was quoted in a Red and Black article highlighting opportunities for undergraduates in marine science
James C. Cobb, Spalding Distinguished Research Professor of History, was featured in an Atlanta Journal Constitution article on the closing of the Georgia archives
Judith Ortiz Cofer, Regents' and Franklin Professor of English and Creative Writing, and several other faculty and staff were featured in an Athens Banner-Herald story on the new home of the Georgia Writer's Hall of Fame
The Center for Asian Studies will serve as the local host for the 1st Atlanta Korean Film Festival 2012, which begins in Athens on Oct. 6.
On Monday Oct. 8, the center will host a discussion with director Kang Je Kyu and actor Park Joong Hoon. The event begins at 6:30 pm in MLC 101. Free and open to the public.
And speaking of writers, English professor Ron Miller has two new books out this fall:
In On the Ruins of Modernity Ron Baxter Miller proposes that as the centuries turned and the nation became more diverse, the great Chicago Renaissances—especially the literary and cultural ones—never really ended. The nation’s cities simply became more richly complexioned and culturally nuanced.
Critical Insights: Langston Hughes
Edited and with and introduction by R. Baxter Miller, Professor of English and African American Studies at the University of Georgia, this...
UGA microbiologist Harry Dailey has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study a class of previously unidentified of anemias:
Dailey will receive funding over the next four years from the highly competitive SHINE—Stimulating Hematology Investigation: New...