Dr. Amy Sturgis, adjunct professor in the University College’s liberal studies program, is publishing a book next month that she co-edited titled The Intersection of Fantasy and Native America: From H.P. Lovecraft to Leslie Marmon Silko. The book features a collection of essays by an international, interdisciplinary and multi-ethnic group of scholars, most of whom are seasoned professors. However, a few students also contributed to the book, University College graduate Grace Monk and current liberal studies major Tripper Ryder, who represented the only undergraduate contributor. Click here to read more about the book.
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