Writing from Native America

Past event

LOCATION: Margery Reed Hall, Reiman Theatre

Contact: Dr. Billy J. Stratton

Please join us for the second event in the 7th annual Indigenous Voices Series featuring Anishinaabe novelist/poet/critic Gordon Henry Jr. Henry is a citizen of the White Earth Chippewa Nation and currently teaches creative writing, Native American literature, and contemporary American literature at Michigan State University, and is the author of several works of fiction, poetry, and critical work on Native literature, knowledge, and culture. He will be at DU to share his keen insights, humor, and knowledge, while reading selections from his works.

Free and open to the public.

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LOCATION: Margery Reed Hall, Reiman Theatre

Contact: Dr. Billy J. Stratton

Please join us for the second event in the 7th annual Indigenous Voices Series featuring Anishinaabe novelist/poet/critic Gordon Henry Jr. Henry is a citizen of the White Earth Chippewa Nation and currently teaches creative writing, Native American literature, and contemporary American literature at Michigan State University, and is the author of several works of fiction, poetry, and critical work on Native literature, knowledge, and culture. He will be at DU to share his keen insights, humor, and knowledge, while reading selections from his works.

Free and open to the public.

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