The Fantasy Studies Fellowship is a social and intellectual discussion group open to Pitt undergraduates dedicated to the study and appreciation of the Fantastic. The group meets about once per month to share ideas, analyze, and debate. Discussions are based on material chosen by the group from all categories including High/Low Fantasy, The Gothic, Science Fiction, Fairy/Folktales, Children’s Fiction, and the Graphic Novel. Past discussions have focused on works by J.K. Rowling, Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin, Robin Hobb, Suzanne Collins, Philip Pullman, and many more.
If you love fantasy, the Fantasy Studies Fellowship provides a forum to voice opinions, improve analytical skills – and make friends! For more information, contact Dr. Lori Campbell or ask to join “Fantasy Studies Fellowship” on Facebook.