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Nov. 13: Speaking of Literature: Memory and (Re)memory

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Tuesday, November 13

4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Gothic Lounge

Reading Pierre Nora’s “Sites of Memory” and Toni Morrison’s “Site of Memory” as ways of theorizing the intersections of their teaching, art, and research, Dr. Michael Rotenberg-Schwartz, Professor Keisha Bush, M.F.A, Professor Deborah Jack, M.F.A, and Dr. Reed Carroll, will provide us with ways to think across and through disciplinary boundaries.

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