Concentration: Literary Studies Why did you major in English? Initially, I chose to major in English because I felt more inspired during my English classes than any others. This inspiration stemmed from a combination of great professors and the realization that so much of what makes life both challenging and wonderful is so often reflected… more »
During the week of October 5 I had the opportunity to visit an Eastern European country about which I’ve always been curious: Romania. I was selected as a delegate to the Appalachian-Carpathian International Conference in Brasov, Romania, where I presented a paper on the north Georgia pottery community of Mossy Creek. The conference explored the… more »
A talented Atlanta videographer, Hal Jacobs, has been documenting the college program at Phillips State Prison. The Georgia State faculty’s generosity has made an enormous impact at the prison. Here are short videos featuring Beth Gylys on teaching poetry, Owen Cantrell on tutoring, and Bill Taft on his years of work developing the program.
Participants: Michael Lane Bruner, PhD – Professor of Communication, Elizabeth Lopez, PhD – Associate Professor of English, Director of Lower Studies, Benjamin Miller, PhD – Assistant Professor of English, Co-Director of Second Century Initiative in New and Emerging Media, Shawn Powers, PhD – Assistant Professor of Communication, Associate Director of Center for International Media Education,… more »