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English Department graduate students will discuss the personal motivations and gaps in scholarship that drive their research, presenting excerpts from both scholarly and creative work. Topics will include multilingual poetics, mothering networks and practices among Black women in the South, environmental humanities, and early modern literature. In lieu of a Q&A, attendees will be encouraged to mix with the presenters and ask questions at a reception at the end of the event.


Saurabh Anand, Rhetoric and Composition Ph.D. student

Chanara Andrews-Bickers, English Ph.D. candidate

Mikaela Warner, English Ph.D. candidate

Zack Anderson, Creative Writing Ph.D. candidate

Christina Wood, Creative Writing Ph.D. candidate

This event is presented by the department of English, the Creative Writing Program, the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, and the UGA Humanities Council as part of the UGA Humanities Festival.

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  • Sara Steger
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