After a three-semester break, the popular "Readings, Writings, and All that Jazz" series, initiated in 2010, returns in Fall 2021 for its 17th semester.
Every Thursday for four weeks, faculty/staff members will present their talents in various areas, such as academic papers, personal essays, creative writing, and even dramatic presentations. All members of the GGC community are welcome and refreshments will be served.
Schedule for each event is below:
- Dr. Patrick Zander, associate professor of history, historical fiction – "Madden Falls: A Novel of America and the Devil's Music"
- Dr. Linda Mancillas, associate professor of political science, academic paper – "Alice Paul, The Radical Resistance Reformer"
- Dr. Edward Simmons, part-time history faculty, academic reading – "Readings from Values, Truth and Spiritual Danger"
- Dr. Jason Mosser, professor of English, poetry, "Poems, Old and New"
- Joye Cauthen, acquisitions librarian, dramatic presentation – "The Inspiring Story of Caroline and Georgia's First Pulitzer Novel"
- Dr. C. Douglas Johnson, professor of leadership and management, poetry and prose – "Simply Complex"
- Clemente Quinones-Reyes, assistant professor of political science, academic paper – "International Migration: The Case of Central America-USA"