December 11, 2012

Jane Albritton ’67, ’71, a Peace Corps volunteer in India (1967-69), spent several years collecting essays from fellow returned volunteers about their service overseas to mark the 50th anniversary of the organization’s accomplishments. The result is 50 Years of Amazing Peace Corps Stories, a four-volume collection of volunteers’ experiences. She served as series editor and volume editor of Even the Smallest Crab Has Teeth: 50 Years of Amazing Peace Corps Stories, which focuses on stories from Asia and the Pacific. The four books are available from Albritton is a former lecturer in English at SMU. She is the daughter of Claude Albritton, legendary SMU geology professor, administrator and mentor.