Lowell Humanities Series:
Poetry Days Presents Joy Harjo: “Indigenous Poetry and Native Literature”
The work of acclaimed novelists, journalists, poets, scientists, and others will be showcased on campus this fall via the Boston College Lowell Humanities Series, now led by History Professor and Interim Director Sylvia Sellers-García, who has taken the reins from longtime series director James Smith, an associate professor English and Irish Studies.
Speakers will address questions of racial justice, inequality, and activism, among other topics.
The events—co-sponsored by a number of University departments, programs, and initiatives—will begin 7 p.m. and take place in Gasson 100
Cosponsored by the Boston College Poetry Days Series, American Studies Program, English Department, Creative Writing Discretionary Fund, and the Boston College Forum on Racial Justice in America