On Tuesday, April 20 from 3-4:30 p.m. please join award winning writer Linda Hogan who will present a reading from her recent works, The Radiant Lives of Animals and A History of Kindness
Linda will also talk with Linda LeGarde Grover, UMD Professor of American Indian Studies, in conversation about writing and indigenous thought.
The reading will be presented over Zoom. Free and open to anyone but advanced registration required.
Please register here: Linda Hogan Reading (http://z.umn.edu/lindahogan)
Linda Hogan is a Chickasaw poet, novelist, and essayist. She has written extensively on the natural world, and indigenous perspectives on nature and knowing. Her work will be of interest to anyone engaged by great writing, indigenous perspectives on knowledge of history and ecology, and much more.
Here is her website: www.lindahoganwriter.com
Her recent book of essays: The Radiant Lives of Animals
Her recent collection of poetry: A History of Kindness
This event, and a series of meetings with students, staff, and faculty across the UMN system has been generously funded by:
- The UMD University for Seniors
- The Institute for Advanced Study
- The UMD Department of Studies in Justice, Culture, and Social Change
- The UMD Chancellor’s Small Grant Program
- The UMD Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs