Brennan Collins is the Associate Director of Writing Across the Curriculum and the Center for Instructional Effectiveness at Georgia State University. The interdisciplinary nature and technology focus of these programs allows him to work with a diverse faculty in exploring inventive pedagogies. He is particularly interested in using maps in and out the classroom to develop student critical thinking. He teaches courses on graphic novels and African American and Multi-Ethnic U.S. literatures.
“Raymond Andrews as Griot: Privileging Southern Black Communities through Oral Storytelling and Cultural History,” American Studies Journal 56 (2012)
Introduction to “From 99 Years and a Dark Day” (section of unpublished Raymond Andrews novel). The Georgia Review 64.3 (fall 2010): 409-411
“Writing Fully Formed Characters: Raymond Andrews and the Difficulties Publishing about the Black South,” The Chattahoochee Review 23.1 (fall 2002)