"Wails Along the Jagged Slope: Home Ownership and Grieving Black Motherhood in Gloria Naylor's Linden Hills" Brown Bag Lunch

DUC 248, 12:00pm-1:30pm

May

01

American Culture Studies is hosting a Brown Bag Lunch Workshop featuring Rhaisa Williams (Ph.D. Northwestern), Postdoctoral Fellow, WUSTL Performing Arts Department. 

Professor Williams's paper, a chapter from her book manuscript-in-progress, is titled "Wails Along the Jagged Slope:  Home Ownership and Grieving Black Motherhood in Gloria Naylor's Linden Hills."

To reserve a spot, please RSVP by Wednesday, April 26th to Terri Behr, at tbehr@wustl.edu

The papers will be pre-circulated via email to individuals who have RSVP'ed.

Light refreshments (coffee and cookies) will be provided. 

Iver Bernstein

Director, American Culture Studies

icbernst@wustl.edu