#FacultyFridays: Q & A with Dr. Olivia Carr Edenfield
We’ll be bringing #FacultyFridays Q & A to you once a month this semester. We think our professors are pretty great, and we want to share them with you all. But, this isn’t your typical interview or Q & A session. We want to shed a little insight into some of their quirks or deepest desires (like, what’s their most coveted superpower?)
Today’s guest is Dr. Olivia Carr Edenfield!
During the zombie apocalypse, what’s one book, poem, movie, play, or short story we would be surprised you’re taking with you?
Charlotte’s Web: for a well-told story about the importance of friendship.
If you could have dinner and a drink with any author, thinker, or critic, what are you having for dinner? What are you drinking? And why this person?
I would have oysters and beer with Andre Dubus. I have some questions I would like to ask him…
What profession other than yours would you like to attempt?
What’s your superpower: invisibility, flying, or reading people’s minds? Why?
Babel Fish Brain: the handy ability to understand every language.
We hope you enjoyed today’s Q&A!
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