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Let's Talk About It: Women's Suffrage Book Discussions: Discussion 5: The Once and Future Witches

This guide provides information about and registration links for the Let's Talk About It: Women's Suffrage book discussion group program at Valdosta State University's Odum Library March 10-May 5, 2022.


Click here to register for Book Discussion 5. Registration for this discussion has closed. 

The first 9 participants to register will receive a free copy of The Once and Future Witches. All copies have been claimed.

Book recipients will be contacted by the library to pick up their copy from the Circulation Desk on the first floor of Odum Library.

The Once and Future Witches

Discussion Leader Dr. Shelly Yankovskyy

Dr. Shelly Yankovskyy

Shelly Yankovskyy is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Valdosta State University. She teaches courses in Anthropology, Sociology, as well as in the Native American and Indigenous Studies program at VSU. She received her PhD in Anthropology from the University of Tennessee, in Knoxville, Tennessee. Much of her research has focused on medical anthropology, specifically mental health, using ethnographic research methods and a biocultural approach. She has conducted research in Ukraine, as well as the United States. Other research interests include topics relating to Food, Environment, Religion, Health and Healing, as well as the cultural and social forces that shape suffering. She has published a variety of articles in scholarly journals including “Transcultural Psychiatry,” “Disability and the Global South,” “Anthropology of East Europe Review,” and “Somatosphere.” She is originally from Oklahoma, but grew up in South Georgia.