Diane Batts Morrow

Diane Batts Morrow on the Oblate Sisters of Providence

Diane Batts Morrow, associate professor of history and a 2014-2015 Willson Center Faculty Fellow, was interviewed in Global Sisters Report about her research on the first congregation of black Catholic sisters, founded in 1828. Morrow is currently at work on her second book about the Oblate...

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CSI Dixie

DigiLab and digital humanities faculty in the news

Earlier this spring semester, crews from C-SPAN visited UGA to film classes taught by Stephen Berry and Scott Nesbit in the Willson Center Digital Humanities Lab for the cable news network's American History TV series. The lecture by Berry, Gregory Professor of the Civil War Era in...

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Magdalena Zurawski with Sonia Sanchez

English and creative writing faculty gather accolades

Congratulations to 2015-2016 Willson Center Faculty Fellow Magdalena Zurawski, who has won the Poetry Society of America's Norma Farber First Book Award for Companion Animal, her 2015 collection from Litmus Press. Zurawski (pictured with the poet Sonia Sanchez at the PSA Awards ceremony in New York...

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Spotlight on the Arts

Spotlight on the Arts at UGA: Nov. 4 – 15

The Willson Center has organized or sponsored a variety of events for UGA's 2015 Spotlight on the Arts festival, including film screenings in Athens and Atlanta, a tour of historic Oconee Hill Cemetery, a tailgate celebration before UGA's football game with Kentucky, and an international...

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