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Please join The Cheuse Center, Politics and Prose Bookstore, and Sixth & I Synagogue as we present an evening with Amy Tan. Amy will be in discussion with Deborah Tannen about her new memoir Where the Past Begins.Read More »
This event will feature an introduction from Dr. Larry Butler, Islamic Art historian, and include a presentation and demonstration of Arabic Thuluth script by calligrapher Khalid Casado. Co-sponsored with the Department of History & Art History and with Scripts N' Scribes; a local arts organization dedicated to the promotion of Arabic calligraphy and ornamentation.Read More »
Susan Bordo, professor of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Kentucky discusses her book The Destruction of Hillary Clinton, in which she outlines this destruction in three key areas: gendered stereotypes and double standards, political forces, and media influence. The Forward wrote that her book “offers a clear analysis of how a candidate who received the overwhelming majority of the popular vote, did not win the presidency.” Check out Fall for the Book Festival's website for more information: http://fallforthebook.org/ .Read More »
The Fall for the Book festival features over 150 authors at events centering around Mason's Fairfax Campus and taking place throughout Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.Read More »
11th Annual Conference, Sponsored by GMU Cultural Studies Student Organizing Committee
The 11th annual Critiquing Culture Conference is brought to you by the Cultural Studies Student Organizing Committee (SOC) at George Mason University. The theme of this year’s conference of “Social Movements and Resistance” reflects the particularly potent political moment in which we are currently situated. Papers and panels will address, critique, or otherwise analyze contemporary and historical developments of, and responses to, activism and political uncertainty. Check out to see the schedule and other details.Read More »
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