Banjo virtuoso and composer Béla Fleck will be back in Sewanee July 16–20 during the final week of Sewanee Summer Music Festival.
Wyatt Prunty, director of the Sewanee Writers’ Conference and Carlton Professor of English at Sewanee, has been elected chancellor of the Fellowship of Southern Writers (FSW). The Fellowship of Southern Writers was formed by 22 founding members in 1987 (including writers such as Eudora Welty, Walker Percy, Shelby Foote, William Styron, James Dickey, Robert Penn Warren, as well as the Sewanee Review’s George Core) who believed that the vitality and power of the South's literature justify recognition and encouragement.
- University Archives and Special Collections announces new exhibition of Russian icons
- Sewanee Inn formally dedicated, will offer “generous hospitality for years to come”
- Sewanee Summer Music Festival earns ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming