Dr. Amy H. Sturgis, a Belmont Interdisciplinary Studies adjunct faculty member, was interviewed on Woodland Star Net Radio on Jan. 6 on “An afternoon of wandering with Frodo and Dr. Amy Sturgis through Mirkwood Forest,” a conversation regarding Sturgis’ work on Tolkien. Sturgis is an author, speaker and scholar of Native American Studies and Science Fiction/Fantasy Studies. Her newest book, Tecumseh: A Biography, will be available from Greenwood Press in Spring 2008. Sturgis lives in Granite Falls, N.C. with her husband, Dr. Larry M. Hall, who is Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College at Lenoir-Rhyne College and the former Dean of Belmont’s College of Arts and Sciences.
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