Genevieve Creedon studies literature, culture, and the environmental humanities. She is interested in how stories shape our interactions with environments and material culture. She writes about animals, film, science and technology, and architecture. Her current book project is a cultural history of wonder in U.S. institutions––including national parks, zoos, and Disney theme parks. She is also a poet and nonfiction writer.
Associate Director for the Writing Center
222 New South