Is the South a natural setting for supernatural tales of agitated spirits? English professor Eric Gary Anderson teams up with Georgia State University's Gina Caison to discuss the spookiness of the region.
“I have seen too many dark-skinned bodies fallen in the street over the last few years. And I’ve seen brown-skinned women in hijab stopped in the airport,” said Wendi Manuel-Scott, director of African and African American Studies.
In the view of Roger Lathbury, faculty member in the Department of English who has been teaching Bob Dylan's lyrics for forty years, the Nobel Prize awarded to Dylan bespeaks a larger recognition of what it means to understand “art.”