Gender Studies Symposium Keynote. An Evening with Roxane Gay: Making a Point of Access
Date: 7:00pm PST March 10
7 p.m., Agnes Flanagan Chapel
An Evening with Roxane Gay: Making a Point of Access
Roxane Gay, author and cultural critic
Introduced by symposium co-chairs Abbey Griscom and Shade Samuelson
Sign language interpretation in American Sign Language (ASL) will be provided.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
If you have a ticket, you should arrive by 6:45 p.m. to prevent your ticket from being forfeited and released to someone else. Seats will be made available to people without tickets at 6:50 p.m..
If you do not have a ticket, you may line up at the door for any seats forfeited by ticketholders.
One ticket per person.
Book sales and signing to follow in the Gregg Pavilion.
Roxane Gay is an author and cultural critic whose writing is unmatched and widely revered. Her work garners international acclaim for its reflective, no-holds-barred exploration of feminism and social criticism. With a deft eye on modern culture, she brilliantly critiques its ebb and flow with both wit and ferocity. Her collection of essays, Bad Feminist, is universally considered the quintessential exploration of modern feminism. NPR named it one of the best books of the year and Salon declared the book “trailblazing.” Her powerful debut novel, An Untamed State, was long listed for the Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize. Her latest book Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body is a painstaking examination of body image. Roxane is a contributing op-ed writer for The New York Times, co-editor of PANK and was the non-fiction editor at The Rumpus.