Helena Maria Viramontes
A Reading and Book Signing
March 29, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.
TDECU Tour Room in the Girard St. Bldg.
Novelist Helena Maria Viramontes is a major figure in American and Mexican American Literature, who is particularly important in developments in Chicana feminism from the 1980s forward. Named a USA Ford Fellow in Literature for 2007, she has received numerous awards, including the John Dos Passos Prize for literature.
Under the Feet of Jesus,
The Moths and Other Stories, and
Their Dogs Came with Them, Viramontes is currently Professor of Creative Writing at Cornell University.
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The Language We Cry In
Reading and Discussion
Thursday, February 8, 2018 4:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
"Epic in scope, immediate in tone, encompassing a broad historical range yet always attentive to specific human detail, The Language We Cry In serves to both teach our minds and move our hearts. “We are hooked / hanging onto her harmony,” Delicia Daniels writes of Billie Holiday’s singing. Daniels’ readers will feel much the same about this powerful collection." -- Joel Brouwer, The University of Alabama Author of Off Message
Black History Month
Sponsored by the Cultural Enrichment Center