Engleman Hall - Room A120
The English Graduate Program at Southern CT State University (New Haven, CT) is pleased to announce the first annual Literature and Social Justice Graduate Symposium, exploring the impact of literary scholarship, teaching, and the public humanities on social justice in the 21st century.
Morning and afternoon events will include graduate student paper panels and roundtables; a lunch-time workshop on writing and community outreach with DeLauné Michel, founder of the New York literary salon Spoken Interludes; and an afternoon plenary talk by Dr. Jennifer Westerman (Appalachian State University) on literature, environmental justice, and sustainable development.
Event is free and open to the public. All CSU English graduate students, as well as students, faculty, and staff from other disciplines, are encouraged and welcome to attend. Registration begins April 1.
Contact the English Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Joel M. Dodson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or for information on how to attend.
(Sponsored by the English Department and the SCSU Social Justice Grant.)