Archives as Literary Inspiration with Ralph Eubanks
April 24 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
W. Ralph Eubanks, is an author of three books and an essayist whose works
focuses on race, identity, and the culture and literature of the American South. A
Guggenheim Fellow, he is currently visiting professor of English and Southern Studies at
the University of Mississippi.
Letters, diaries, and archival collections often hold hidden narratives that illuminate or
provide context to the stories we want to tell. In this workshop, Eubanks will focus on
ways that nonfiction writers, particularly memoirists, can use archival resources,
including place, to enrich their writing.
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