Americanist Dinner Forum: “The Future of Protest: A Conversation with Treasure Shields Redmond”

  • Thursday, November 10, 2016 • 6:30 pm
  • West Campus, Conference Room A/B

Americanist Dinner Forum: “The Future of Protest: A Conversation with Treasure Shields Redmond”

West Campus, Conference Room A/B

November 10 | 6:30pm-8:30pm

With the votes cast, what will be the future of protest and how will existing and new social movements continue to evolve locally and nationally? We’ll be hearing about issues of protest and resistance from local activist and performer, Treasure Shields Redmond. Dinner served at 6:30pm; Forum discussion begins at 7:00pm.

Presented by:

Treasure Shields Redmond, St. Louis-based poet, performer, activist, and educator

Co-moderated by:

Peter Benson, Associate Professor, Anthropology

Paige McGinley, Assistant Professor, Performing Arts

RSVPs are due to tbehr@wustl.edu by Friday, November 4th.

The Americanist Dinner Fora are the flagship intellectual event for the AMCS community. Each month features a new set of speakers exploring a topic relevant to American Studies through the medium of a selected reading. The reading will be circulated the week prior. AMCS graduate students are expected to attend each of the fora, and AMCS Faculty are strongly encouraged to attend.

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