Invitation to Book Reception on Wednesday, March 15th at 6 PM EST for Madwomen in Social Justice Movements, Literatures, and Art
This month, the Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University at Buffalo, is holding a book reception in celebration of the collection edited by Jessica Mason and Nicole Crevar, titled Madwomen in Social Justice Movements, Literatures, and Art, that was recently published by Vernon Press.
When and where will the book reception be held?
The reception will be held on Wednesday, March 15th at 6 PM EST in 1032 Clemens Hall, which is on the 10th floor of Clemens Hall on the University at Buffalo's North Campus, but we will also have a Zoom venue available for anyone who might want to join in the celebration from afar. If you need directions or information on how to get to campus and where to park, please reach out to Jessica Mason.
If you know someone who has an interest in madwomen, madness, or the subject of gender and madness, please feel free to invite them to join.
Date: Wednesday, March 15th
Time: 6 pm EST/ 12 am CET
Place: 1032 Clemens Hall, the University at Buffalo's North Campus
Can it be attended online?
Yes. A Zoom venue available for anyone who might want to join in the celebration from afar. Here are the details:
ZOOM LINK: https://buffalo.zoom.us/s/97606494436
ZOOM PASSCODE: 491499
Information about the book
Madwomen in Social Justice Movements, Literatures, and Art
'Madwomen in Social Justice Movements, Literatures, and Art' boldly reasserts the importance of the Madwoman more than four decades after the publication of Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar’s seminal work in feminist literary criticism, 'The Madwoman in the Attic'. Since Gilbert and Gubar’s work was published, the Madwoman has reemerged to do important work, rock the academic boat, and ignite social justice agency inside and outside of academic spaces, moving beyond the literary context that defined the Madwoman in the late 20th century.
The book is available in hard copy with a 30% discount using the code KLBR30 or accessible electronically through UB Libraries here https://search.lib.buffalo.edu/permalink/01SUNY_BUF/lmti3i/alma9939308343204803).
Page last updated on March 3rd 2023. All information correct at the time, but subject to change.