Creative Nonfiction

Georgina Kleege


Georgina Kleege joined the English department in 2003 where in addition to teaching creative writing classes she teaches courses on representations of disability in literature, and disability memoir. Her collection of personal essays, Sight Unseen (1999) includes an autobiographical account of Kleege’s own blindness, and cultural critique of depictions of blindness in literature, film, and language.

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