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 History, Identity, and the Body in American and African American Literature and Culture 

20159Jan
Submitted by Carlo Becker on Fri, 01/09/2015 - 12:21

Please join us for a lecture with guest professor Arlene R. Keizer titled "History, Identity, and the Body in American and African American Literature and Culture." The event is part of professor Keizer's lecture tour through Middle Germany, which is sponsored by the US Embassy.

16 January 2015
9-11 am
GWZ Lecture Hall 2.010

 

Professor Keizer is Associate Professor of English at the University of California, Irvine. Her research interests include African American literature and culture, critical race and ethnic studies, feminist theory, and cultural studies. Aside from her book Black Subjects: Identity Formation in the Contemporary Narrative of Slavery (Cornell UP, 2004), Arlene Keizer has published various articles on race, feminism, and psychoanalysis.

The event is part of the LC-I module, but free and open to the public. For further information, please see the attached poster.

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