Writing the Self, Reading the Culture
Wednesday, November 3, 20215:30 pm – 7:00 pm EDT/GMT-4
Campus Center, Multipurpose Room
Memoir as Social Critique
A conversation with Dax-Devlon Ross, author of Letters to My White Male Friends, and Michael Sadowski, author of Men I've Never Been: A Memoir about how memoir, one of the most intimate of writing genres, can also serve as a form of explicit or implicit social critique, exploring issues such as systemic racism, homophobia, and toxic masculinity through personal narratives.
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