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Author and Musician Sadie DuPuis
25
Feb

Book Reading with Sadie DuPuis

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  • Freedom Hall 122
Open to:
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Professional Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Sadie DuPuis is an author and musician. She will read from her collection of poetry from her book, Mouthguard. An accomplished guitar player and lead singer of a band called Speedy Ortiz, she released an album called, “Slugger” under the name of Sad13 in 2016.

26
Feb

Book Reading & Discussion with Dr. Stephanie Schechner

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  • University Center Art Gallery
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Professional Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Join translator and queer ally Dr. Stephanie Schechner for a celebration of the life and works of Mireille Best (1943–2005), a working-class French lesbian author whose brilliant contributions to LGBTQ+ fiction are yet to be fully appreciated. Books will be available for purchase.

John Vanore leads band, Abstract Truth
15
Mar

Widener Recital Series: John Vanore & Abstract Truth

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  • Kapelski Recital Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Professional Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

To kick-off the Widener University 2020 Recital Series, join world-renowned musician John Vanore and his band, Abstract Truth. Event is free and open to the public. Space is limited—be sure to reserve your seats.

Author Sharon McConnell-Sidorick and her book
18
Mar

Women's History Month: Reading & Discussion with Dr. Sharon McConnell-Sidorick

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  • Freedom 122
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Professional Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Dr. Sharon McConnell-Sidorick discusses her book, “Fierce and Fashionable: Working-Class Feminism in Jazz-Age Philadelphia." Fusing youth culture and radical politics, working-class women forged a vision for social change. Learn about their heroic struggle for equal economic, social, and political rights. Refreshments served, all welcome!