Girls, anger and political change are matters of a digital lecture by award-winning journalist Rebecca Traister Oct. 29 as a part of the Stephen E. King Chair lecture collection on the College of Maine.
The free, public lecture “Good and Mad: Rebecca Traister on Girls, Anger, and Political Change” begins at 5 p.m. by way of Zoom. On-line preregistration is required at our.umaine.edu/king-chair-lecture-series.
Traister is a number one voice on gender, society and politics. She has authored three books, together with The New York Occasions bestsellers “Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Energy of Girls’s Anger” and “All of the Single Women: Single Girls and the Rise of an Impartial Nation.” She is a writer-at-large for New York journal and The Lower and has been referred to as “essentially the most good voice on feminism on this nation” by American novelist and nonfiction author Anne Lamott.
The lecture was initially scheduled to be held April 2 on campus.
The Stephen E. King Chair in Literature; the Program in Girls’s, Gender, and Sexuality Research; and the College of Maine Alumni Affiliation are co-sponsoring the occasion, with help from the Alton ’38 and Adelaide Hamm Campus Exercise Fund, the McGillicuddy Humanities Heart, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the departments of Sociology and Communication and Journalism.
Extra details about the King Chair Lecture Sequence is online. To request an affordable lodging, name 207-581-1226.