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Susan Fox Rogers

Visiting Associate Professor of Writing

Academic Program Affiliation(s): American Studies, Environmental and Urban Studies, First-Year Seminar, Written Arts

Area of Specialization: Nonfiction writing

Biography:

B.A., Pennsylvania State University; M.A., Columbia University; M.F.A., University of Arizona. Author, My Reach (Cornell University Press, 2011). Editor, Antarctica: Life on the Ice (Traveler's Tales, 2007; winner of Silver Medal, Society of American Travel Writers); Going Alone: Women's Adventures in the Wild (Seal Press, 2004); Two in the Wild: Tales of Adventure from Friends, Mothers, and Daughters (Vintage, 1999); Alaska Passages: 20 Voices from Above the 54th Parallel (Sasquatch Books, 1996); Solo: On Her Own Adventure (Seal Press, 1996; revised edition 2005); Another Wilderness: New Outdoor Writing by Women (Seal Press, 1994). Selected by the National Science Foundation to participate in U.S. Antarctic Artists & Writers Program during 2004–05 austral summer. Associate, Institute for Writing and Thinking (1993– ). At Bard since 2001.
Interests:

Research Interests: Hudson River Valley; nature writing; Antarctica's history and literature; women's outdoor writing

Teaching Interests: First-Year Seminar; nature writing; writing from place; personal essay

Other Interests: France's history and literature

Contact:

Phone: 845-758-6822 x6020
Website: http://www.susanfoxrogers.com
E-mail: rogers@bard.edu