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Elizabeth Bradfield visits Statesboro Campus January 18-19

The Departments of Art and Writing & Linguistics are pleased to host visiting writer Elizabeth Bradfield of Brandeis University. Bradfield will be on the Statesboro Campus on Friday and Saturday, January 18th and 19th. Her schedule of events includes the following talks, displays, and workshops:

Friday, January 18 (all events free and open to the public)

  • 3:30-4:45 p.m. : Craft talk/Q&A in Arts Building 2701
  • 5:00-7:00 p.m. : Opening reception for Field Work, an exhibit of photography and text from Bradfield’s forthcoming book Toward Antarctica and a selection of broadsides from Broadsided Press, in the University Gallery

Saturday, January 19 (free but limited to currently enrolled Georgia Southern students)

  • 11 a.m. : Student broadside workshop in Print, Paper, and Book Arts studio in the Visual Arts Building
    • this event is free and open to students; students should contact Professor Sean Hill to register

Bradfield is an environmentally-focused queer woman poet/writer/publisher/naturalist/teacher. She’s an Associate Professor and the Co-Director of the Creative Writing Program at Brandeis; she also works as a naturalist on ecotourism ships in waters around the world from the Arctic to Antarctica. She’s also Editor-in-Chief of Broadsided Press, a monthly broadside publisher.

For more information about Professor Bradfield’s visit, please contact Professor Sean Hill (

Elizabeth Bradfield’s visit is made possible thanks to a CLEC grant and generous contributions from the Departments of Art, Writing & Linguistics, and Sociology & Anthropology, as well as the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program.

The College of Arts and Humanities, the University’s College of the Creative Mind, prepares students to achieve academic excellence, develop their analytical skills, enhance their creativity, and embrace their responsibilities as citizens of their communities, their nations, and the world.


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