Alan Farrell will meet with the Global South seminar at the University of North Carolina on Monday, March 16.ranetkiru
Farrell retired as a professor of French from Virginia Military Institute. He had joined VMI as Dean of Faculty in 1996 as the college prepared for its first women cadets.
Before the Army he already had earned a master’s degree in French, drawing on reading in Greek and Latin in Paris. He spoke French with his Vietnamese helicopter pilots and his Hmong soldiers, 1968-1970.
Viet Nam Literature Project editor Dan Duffy started publishing Alan Farrell’s writing at the journal Viet Nam Generation in 1986. VNLP’s online reference Wikivietlit includes an article on Farrell, who contributed to this blog for Veteran’s Day in 2011.
James C. Peacock convened this working group to address both the Southern hemisphere and the American South, but more fundamentally to look “far away and deep within.” Global South and Viet Nam Literature Project look forward to the visit of Alan Farrell, Ph.D., Sergeant Major (ret.).порно чат
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