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The Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (CSCRE) presents the Fall 2003 Faculty Fellow Workshop and Lecture Series "Identities, Communities, and Cultures." This series of events will feature Wesley Brown, noted author and professor of English at Rutgers University.

  • Tuesday, November 11, 7:00 p.m., Klingenstein Lounge -- Wesley Brown will give a reading from his forthcoming novel Push Comes to Shove.

  • Wednesday, November 12, noon-1:30 p.m., Klingenstein Lounge -- Wesley Brown will present a workshop on the development of curriculum for the African new world studies minor in the Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies. Lunch will be provided. All faculty interested in attending the workshop must sign up -- space is limited. Please e-mail Mel Ginsberg if you would like to attend.

  • Wednesday, November 12, 6:30 p.m., Emerson Suite A -- Wesley Brown will present a lecture entitled "The Great American Masquerade."

Wesley Brown is the author of three novels: Tragic Magic, Darktown Strutters, and the forthcoming Push Comes to Shove. He has written three plays: Boogie Woogie and Booker T., Life During Wartime, and A Prophet Among Them. He has coedited the multicultural anthologies Imagining America: Stories from the Promised Land and Visions of America: Personal Narratives from the Promised Land, and edited the Teachers and Writers Guide to Frederick Douglass. Brown wrote the narration for one of the sections of the PBS documentary W.E.B. Dubois: A Biography in Four Voices. He is a professor of English at Rutgers University.

For more information please call 4-1056 or e-mail Mel Ginsberg.

Contributed by Mel Ginsberg

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