Betty Jean Craige

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Dr. Betty Jean Craige is Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature and Director Emerita of the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts at the University of Georgia. She has lived in Athens, Georgia, for almost forty-five years, and published books in the fields of literature, history of ideas, politics, ecology, and art. Her most recent non-academic books are Conversations with Cosmo: At Home with an African Grey Parrot (2010) published by Sherman Asher Publishing, and three Witherston Murder Mysteries, Downstream (2014), Fairfield's Auction (2016), and Dam Witherston (2017), published by Black Opal Books.

Her latest work – Aldo, a very different kind of novel, a suspense thriller – is set for release in March 2018 with Black Opal Books.
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Conversations with Cosmo: A...

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ALDO

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Downstream ~ A Witherston M...

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Eugene Odum: Ecosystem Ecol...

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Fairfield's Auction: A With...

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Saxxons in Witherston

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“... by treating nature as exterior and inferior to humans we saw no harm to ourselves in polluting the soil, the plants, the air and the water. We did not notice the effect of our pollution on whatever walked over it, ran across it, climbed up it, flew through it, or swam in it.

Now we notice that harming other constituents of our planetary system brings harm to ourselves.”
Betty Jean Craige, Conversations with Cosmo: At Home with an African Grey Parrot




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