Join the UW Graduate School for the Mary Ann and John D. Mangels Endowed Lecture with Yale University scholar and poet Elizabeth Alexander, on Hearing America Singing: Multi-Vocal Cultures in America.
In a nation of immigrants, our society has become even more nuanced and diverse, especially with our Kenyan-Kansas African-American President raised in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and in Asia. Alexander, chair of African American Studies at Yale University and the fourth inauguration poet, will address the prospect of a new conversation about race and culture as it applies to the arts.
When: Thursday, January 27, 2011 from 6:30-8 p.m.
Where: Kane Hall 130, UW Seattle
Cost: Free admission
More information and online registration…
You may also register by calling the UW Alumni Association at 206-543-0540 or 800-289-2586.
The Mangels Endowed Lecture Series celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program.
More than 40 years after its inception, GO-MAP continues to lead the UW’s recruitment and retention of graduate students of color and those from other underrepresented groups by providing fellowships, mentoring, networking opportunities and professional development.
For additional information about the speakers, visit the Graduate School’s lecture site.
Space is limited, so sign up today!