Wyeth Burgess (Ph.D., Emory University) is Instructor of English. She teaches writing and literature courses, particularly First-Year and Third-Year Writing, interdisciplinary courses linked with biology and religion, and World Literature. Dr. Burgess’s classes study levels of community both visible and invisible, actual and mythic, that manifest in literature, faith, regional identity, fandom, cyberspace and the classroom itself. She is also committed to outdoor education for young people and works at a summer camp on the Cumberland Plateau.
Office: WHB 211