The Georgia Poetry Circuit and The Department of Writing & Linguistics present poet Paisley Rekdal at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 11. The reading is free to the public and takes place via Zoom: https://georgiasouthern.zoom.us/j/87817841098. Paisley Rekdal is the author of seven books of poetry, hybrid work, essays, and teaches at the University of Utah.
The first lecture of the 2021-2022 Moveable Feast Lecture Series will be Thursday, Nov. 11, at the Hinesville Performing Arts Center. Georgia Southern University’s Dr. Brian K. Feltman, an Associate Professor of Modern European History, and Dr. Ryan K. McNutt, an Assistant Professor of Anthropology, will present Redefining Manhood: Archaeology, History, & Prisoner of War […]
We would like to highlight our College of Arts & Humanities Alumni who were recently awarded the distinction of 40 Under 40 by Georgia Southern University. Christopher Ford BFA in Graphic Design Danielle Hackett B.S. in Broadcasting Skyler Henry B.S. in Multimedia Communications Monique McKenzie B.S. in Public Relations William Probus B.A. in History MaShaé Prophet B.S. […]
SAVE THE DATE! The WGSS Program is hosting its inaugural Research Colloquium Thursday, Oct. 14, at noon. All are invited to attend. Register/join the webinar here: tinyurl.com/WGSSRCS21. Details of the talk below:Faux Pockets, Sequins, and Short Shorts: Gender Disparity in Childrenswear From lack of pockets to short inseams, there is a disparity in the functional design between girls’ and boys’ clothing. This disparity can […]
Dr. Joanna Schreiber has been selected to serve on the editorial board for the Journal of Technical Writing and Communication (JTWC). Dr. Schreiber’s editorial work includes a forthcoming book collection and special issues on key topics in technical and professional communication. Her co-edited special issues include “Emerging Forms of Project Management in Technical and Professional […]