Mab Segrest is professor emeritus of gender and women’s studies at Connecticut College and the author of Administrations of Lunacy: Racism and the Haunting of American Psychiatry at the Milledgeville Asylum, Memoir of a Race Traitor, Born to Belonging: Writings on Spirit and Justice, and My Mama’s Dead Squirrel: Lesbian Essays on Southern Culture. A longtime activist in social justice movements and a past fellow at the National Humanities Center, she lives in Durham, North Carolina.
The Lecture will take place on Monday, March 8th at 6:30 PM. If you are interested in attending, please click here to register.
The Lunacy Radio Hour hosted by Mab Segrest with special guests: Dr. Ralph H. Didlake, Dr. Jeni Bond, and Jay Watson will take place on Tuesday, March 9th at 5 PM. If you are interested in attending, please click here to register.
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The Edith T. Baine Lecture Series for Scholars and Writers invites the best and brightest scholars and writers to our campus. The Baine lecturers and writers are chosen on the basis of energetic and engaged scholarship and creative work, innovative approaches, and dynamic presentation styles. The lectures showcase paradigm-shifting research and groundbreaking writing. The visiting scholars and writers are intended to expose undergraduates to the fullness of a life deeply engaged in literature while inspiring graduate students to pursue ambitious work.
Edith T. Baine
Mrs. Edith Turley Baine of El Dorado was born November 29, 1945 in Greenville, Mississippi, the daughter of Edith Waits Turley and George Turley. She graduated from Leland High School and the University of Mississippi, where she received B.A.E. and M.A.E. degrees. Mrs. Baine was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of El Dorado, El Dorado Service League, Phi Mu Sorority and Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity International. She was a former member of the Board of Directors of the Union County Humane Society. She was an El Dorado Jaycettes and later became an El Dorado Jaycee. She was a tree farmer and retired English teacher who taught in Mississippi and at El Dorado High School. On April 13, 2012, Mrs. Baine passed away at Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock. Her generous gift to the English Department at the University of Mississippi supports this lecture series and promotes academic and creative exchange.