Professors Odom and Reid, Teaching by Example

Assistant Professor of English Dr. Jan Odom reads her academic paper

Assistant Professor of English Dr. Jan Odom reads her academic paper at the Nov. 3 reading series. Click to view additional photos from this event and previous dates.

The Nov. 3 reading series event, Reading, Writings, and All That Jazz, featured Dr. Jan Odom, GGC assistant professor of English. Odom teaches by example, reading her academic paper, “Identification, Consubstantiality, Interval and Temporality: Luce Irigaray and the Possibility of Rhetoric,”  which analyzes perceptions of women in a man’s world.

Representing the School of Education, Assistant Professor of Special Education Dr. Tess Reid reflected on her grandmother in her poem entitled, “Nana’s Hands.”

The reading series continues next Thurs., Nov. 10 at 3:30pm in LVIS, featuring Assistant Professor of English Dr. Rebecca Flynn reading her academic paper, “Painting the Double Negative: A Closer Look at John Currin’s Subversive Nudes” and Associate Professor of English Dr. Jason Mosser sharing his academic paper, “Literary Reference Works and the Construction of Knowledge in the Discipline.”

GGC students share their creative endeavors Nov. 17, 3:30pm-5pm in Cisco Auditorium. Reading from original poetic works are: J. Blair Sanders, Jordan Sevier, Abby Vaughn, Essence Jordan, and Alexandrea Le. Reading an excerpt from her memoir is Kristine Ward, and Adi Katkim is sharing one of his short stories.

The visual and literary arts group, VoxArtis, is co-sponsoring the reading series and encourages GGC students to submit their original written and visual art examples before Nov. 21 for the fall publication.

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~ by lookATLANTA on November 5, 2011.

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