host program for Banned & Challenged Books Week
University will host a program Sept. 26 as part of Banned & Challenged
Books Week Sept. 22 to 28.
free and open to the public, is at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 26 in room 106 of Ezra
Lehman Memorial Library.
Four members of
the campus community will discuss the book Fifty
Shades of Grey, one of the titles on this year top 10 challenged books
list. Panelists are
Dr. Kate Clay, associate professor of history/philosophy; Stepanie Erdice,
director of the Women’s Center; Christy Fic, instruction librarian; Dr. Sara
Grove, professor of political science; and Dr. Rebecca Ward, director of the
Women’s & Gender Studies program.
will also feature an exhibit on banned books during the week on the lower level
of the building.
For more information
program, contact Chantana
Charoenpanitkul at firstname.lastname@example.org or 477-1634.