LeAnne Howe Featured in Literary Hub's New Poetry by Indigenous Women

LeAnne Howe

Professor LeAnne Howe is a featured writer in Literary Hub's series "New Poetry by Indigenous Women," curated by Natalie Diaz.

According to the editor:

"This feature of indigenous women is meant to ... offer myriad ways of “poetic” and linguistic experience—a journey through or across memory, or imagination, across pain or joy or the impossibility of each, across our bodies of land and water and flesh and ink—an ever-shifting, ever-returning, ever-realizing map of movement, of discovery, of possibility, of risk—of indigenous and native poetry."

LeAnne Howe's 2018 AWP panel published by Kore Press

LeAnne Howe

Eidson Distinguished Professor in American Literature LeAnne Howe presented on a panel at the 2018 Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) conference in Tampa, Florida.  The panel, “Erasures, White Shame: We Need to Talk,” was moderated by Natalia Treviño and also featured Ching-In Chen, Wendy Barker, and Rita Dove.  The panelists shared their experiences with erasure or being silenced, and how they have confronted the idea of “white guilt” in the classroom, among other topics.  Kore Press included the text of the panel discussion in its newsletter, available

Cultural Front: A Notebook on Literary Art, DH, and Emerging Ideas celebrates Barbara McCaskill's storytelling

McCaskill Craft Book

Barbara McCaskill's Love, Liberation, and Escaping Slavery: William and Ellen Craft in Cultural Memory was featured on the nationally syndicated Criminal podcast ("In Plain Sight," Episode #59, 1/20/17).  In a review of that episode published on the blog Cultural Front:  A Notebook on Literary Art, Digital Humanities, and Emerging Ideas, blogger and professor of literature Howard Rambsy II celebrates McCaskill's use of what he calls the "time-honored" storytelling approach to create new audiences for a story of "mystery, drama and suspense, humor, and all kinds of

Professor LeAnne Howe Speaks about Native American Heritage Month at UGA

LeAnne Howe

November is Native American Heritage month at the University of Georgia. The Institute of Native American Studies, Native American Student Association, the University Union and the Multicultural Services and Programs are coming together throughout the month of November to host various events highlighting and promoting education on indigenous heritage.