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From Virginia Press: Between 1868 and 1898, three generations of Cubans fought to free Cuba from colonialist Spain. More than a century later, no other historical narrative is as beloved and ritualistically recited as the story of Cuba Libre and the citizen-soldier known as the mambí.

Eidson Distinguished Professor at the University of Georgia LeAnne Howe will be honored at the University of Oklahoma on Thursday, March 10th from 7-8:30 p.m.  This event, sponsored by The University Library, The Western History Collection, and the Mark Allen Evertte Poetry Series, is to…

The University of Mississippi Press has published Conversations With LeAnne Howe, the first collection of interviews with the Eidson Distinguished Professor at the University of Georgia and groundbreaking

Creative Writing Ph.D. studuent Laura Theobald has published a new book of poetry.  Salad Days is now available for purchase from Maudlin House.

A 56-minute documentary co-written and co-produced by the University of Georgia Eidson Distinguished Professor in American Literature, LeAnne Howe, (Choctaw Nation) premiered nationally Nov. 1 on PBS.

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