Marsha Recknagel received her Ph.D. from Rice University, where she has taught creative writing since 1992 and was named writer-in-residence in 2002. In 1988, Dr. Recknagel was the second layperson to be admitted to the Houston-Galveston Psychoanalytic Institute, where she studied psychoanalysis for two years. She is author of the 2001 memoir, If Nights Could Talk, and has been involved with death penalty issues since mentoring a former death row inmate, Kerry Max Cook, while he wrote his 2007 memoir, Chasing Justice.
(Fall 2000, Spring 2002, Spring 2008, Fall 2009)
Harvey has come and gone, and left most of us in uncertain spaces whether physical or emotional. Our thoughts and prayers are with the greater Houston and Gulf Coast community as it begins to heal and recover.
Registration is on going for fall courses, either online, by email, or by phone. Some courses are reaching capacity, so please register soon to ensure your reservation. We look forward to sharing an interesting and challenging fall with you.
The fall 2017 study tour is fully subscribed!
Newport: History Preserved
Thursday, October 26 - Monday, October 30, 2017
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