Humanities Lecture Series: An Evening with Jesmyn Ward
644 Massachusetts St
"An Evening with Jesmyn Ward" Supported by the Hall Family Foundation7:30 PM - April 11, 2019Liberty Hall
The University of Kansas' Hall Center for the Humanities presents an evening with Jesmyn Ward.
2017 MacArthur Genius Award recipient and the first woman to receive two National Book Awards for fiction, Salvage the Bones (2011) and Sing, Unburied, Sing (2017). A native of DeLisle, Mississippi, she received her undergraduate degree in English and a master's degree in media studies and communication from Stanford University. She is currently an Associate Professor of English at Tulane University.
Doors open 1 hour prior to showtime.Event is in the Main Theater with balcony and floor seating. The top tier of the Main Theater floor is wheelchair accessible.Please be advised that firearms or weapons of any kind are not permitted in Liberty Hall. All entrants to public events may be subject to wanding and/or pat-down and bag searches upon each entry to the facility. Please arrive early to ensure entry prior to event start time.No outside food or drink. No backpacks or large bags/purses are allowed. Liberty Hall assumes no liability for any items left at the door. For a full list of prohibited items and more information on Liberty Hall policies, visit http://www.libertyhall.net/about