Sponsored by EGO (English Graduate Students), the English Department, the Graduate Program in Literature and Criticism, and the Graduate Program in Composition and TESOL.
Human interaction has been characterized by polarizing inequalities. Even so, courageous individuals continue to expose these inequalities and tip the balance of power. From Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat on a segregated bus to sweatshop workers fighting for workplace equity, figures of resistance enact change in the face of extraordinary opposition and inspire revolution.
Fourteen interdisciplinary panels include the following:
Please join us for an exciting weekend of conversation. Attendance at panel discussions is free. Luncheons are $10 each. Full registration (attendance, two meals, goodie bag) is $25.
For more information, go online or e-mail Rachael Warmington at email@example.com or Dr. Tanya Heflin at firstname.lastname@example.org.