Vermont Humanities

Geraldine Pittman de Batlle

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Geraldine Pittman de Batlle is a literature professor at Marlboro College. Her courses range in scope from English Romantic Poetry to modern fiction, often with a focus on women’s roles, both as characters and as authors. Long active with the National Endowment for the Humanities, Geraldine is past president of the Vermont Humanities Council. She was also a citizen member of the Vermont Bar Association. She has studied at Columbia, Stanford and Harvard Universities. She spent the summer of 1987 as a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow at Dartmouth’s Dante Institute.

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Booker Prize Winners

Established in 1968, England’s Booker Prize is awarded annually to a citizen of the U.K., the Commonwealth, Ireland, Pakistan, or South Africa who has written the year’s best novel according to a panel of critics, writers, and academics.

Vermont Humanities*** February 19, 2018