Tuesday, March 17
Liberal Arts Forum Lecture Series
All writing—indeed, all work—comes out of the self. Our lives are stories that we tell about ourselves, and so even the most trivial action is a form of self-expression. This observation is especially true of writers, since every word reveals a point of view, whether deliberately or not. Mairs writes personal essays explicity from an aging, disabled, feminist, spiritually-radical viewpoint, outside the mainstream, "marginalized," to use a term that emerged during the 1970s.
Admission is free and a ticket is not required.