Our next CampusConversation is with Joy Jordan-Lake!
In the Books 📚 Channel Wednesday 6 December at 7 pm
Author of A Tangled Mercy, Joy will be joining us to chat about her experiences as an author and writing about life, racial issues, historical events and more!
To join the Q&A:
- Join the Books Channel: https://www.campussociety.com/channel/17
- On Wednesday at 7pm, check back in the Books 📚 Channel. Here you'll see a post pinned to the top of the wall with the livestream embedded. Just click play on the video to watch along with everyone.
- If you do have a question for Joy, just ask it in the chat on the left hand side. This works best on desktop. You can also view the Q&A on your phone or tablet.
About Joy Jordan-Lake:
After earning a bachelors degree from Furman University and a masters from a theological seminary, Joy re-located to Boston, Massachusetts, area where she earned a masters and a Ph.D. in English Literature from Tufts University, and specialized in the role of race and religion in 19-century American fiction, especially in the cultural battle over slavery.
With friends and fellow readers, Joy values the chances to think about stories–in great literature, in contemporary novels, in sacred texts, in creative writing workshops–and consider how stories challenge, disturb, inspire and change the way we see the world.
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