GPSA Readings in World Literature Discuss Social Justice March 28
March 22, 2018
The Graduate and Professional Student Association will have a reading at noon Wednesday, March 28, on the first floor of the University of Idaho Library. This reading will focus on the subject of social justice and world literature. The featured speaker is College of Education, Health and Human Sciences faculty member Vanessa Anthony-Stevens. Readers are Leotina Hormel of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and Gina Taruscio of the Moscow City Council. More information.
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