2015 Distinguished Writer-in-Residence
Terry Tempest Williams
2015 Distinguished Writer-in-Residence Reading
Tuesday, March 24
7:30pm, Genome Sciences Building
Panel: “’Nor any drop to drink.’”
Monday, March 23
Co-sponsored by the Distinguished Writer-in-Residence Program and the Water in our World Program
Panel particpants: Bland Simpson, moderator (Kenan Distinguished Professor of English and Creative Writing), Terry Tempest Williams (2015 Distinguished Writer-in-Residence), Lawrence Band (Director, Institute for the Environment), and Bernie Herman (George B. Tindall Distinguished Professor of American Studies and Folklore)
Panel: “Memoir and the Natural World”
Wednesday, March 25
Donovan Lounge, Greenlaw Hall
Panel participants: Stephanie Elizondo Griest, moderator (Assistant Professor & Margaret Shuping Fellow of Creative Nonfiction), Terry Tempest Williams (2015 Distinguished Writer-in-Residence), Jan DeBlieu (author, naturalist, environmentalist), and Philip Gerard (author; naturalist, UNC-Wilmington Creative Writing faculty)
All Events Free and Open to the Public
Terry Tempest Williams' works include: When Women Were Birds, Refuge: An Unnatural History of a Family and Place, An Unspoken Hunger: Stories from the Field, Desert Quartet, Leap, and many others.
This event is sponsored by the Hanes family, the Hibbits family, the Office of the Chancellor, and the Department of English and Comparative Literature.
For more information about Terry Tempest Williams or the Distinguished Writer-in-Residence Program, please see the links at the bottom of the page.