When: 
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Where: 
224 Oechsle Hall
Presenter: 
Nicole R. Fleetwood
Price: 
Free

Nicole R. Fleetwood is Professor of American Studies and Art History at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. She is a writer, curator, and art critic whose interests are contemporary black diasporic art and visual culture, photography studies, art and public practice, performance studies, gender and feminist studies, black cultural history, creative nonfiction, prison abolition and carceral studies, and poverty studies. Professor Fleetwood will speak on her new book Marking Time: Prison Art and Public Culture, a study of visual art in the era of mass incarceration. Marking Time will be available for purchase after the lecture, and there will be a book signing.

Sponsored by: 
Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program

Contact information

Name: 
Alison Williams
Email: 
williaap@lafayette.edu