Vermont Humanities

Suzanne H. Brown

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Suzanne Brown is a retired Visiting Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College and has led Vermont Humanities Council and New Hampshire Humanities Council book discussions for over 30 years. Focusing on 19th and 20th century American and English literature, she holds a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. She has published her own short fiction and articles on the short story form. She was a Fulbright Scholar to Germany and received a fiction-writing grant from the New Hampshire Arts Council. She has worked with veterans’ book discussion groups and helped a nationwide program for them, editing the anthology Echoes of War. She has worked as program scholar for the Literature and Medicine Program, facilitating book discussions for healthcare providers.

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Series Led by Suzanne H. Brown

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America the Violent: How Group Terror Has Shaped the Nation’s Life

Through a combination of both fiction and non-fiction, this series explores the connection between mob violence and American culture, historically spurred often by racism.

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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