Clayton State University Professor Dr. Susan Copeland’s professional interests are, without a doubt, eclectic.
In recent years she has undertaken, among other things, acting as the faculty advisor for the student Circle K service club, hosting a visit to campus by a Congressional Medal of Honor winner, discussing the famous “Goat Man,” and writing a narrative of a German POW’s experiences in Georgia during World War II. Now, she’s appearing on WABE radio’s (90.1 FM) “City Café” program to talk about Sidney Lanier.
Copeland’s interview with “City Café” host John Lemley will be airing at noon on Tuesday, Feb. 3, Lanier’s birthday. Copeland has previously written the article on poet/musician/namesake of large lake Lanier for the New Georgia Encyclopedia (http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/nge/Article.jsp?id=h-533&hl=y).
“American literature is my specialty,” she admits, although it’s clear that Copeland, a professor in the Language and Literature Department of Clayton State’s College of Arts & Sciences, is likely to be involved in almost any endeavor.
A unit of the University System of Georgia, Clayton State University is an outstanding comprehensive metropolitan university located 15 miles southeast of downtown Atlanta.
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