Lecture to look at 'Commodification of African Diaspora Female Subjectivities'

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- At 12:30 p.m. Feb. 17, Maha Marouan, associate professor of African diaspora studies at the University of Alabama, will present “The Commodification of African Diaspora Female Subjectivities: Maryse Condé’s I, Tituba, Black Witch of Salem,” in Room 102 of the Kern Building.

This event is a part of the Comparative Literature Luncheon lecture series, a weekly, informal lunchtime gathering of students, faculty and other members of the University community. Each week the event begins at 12:15 p.m. – participants are encouraged to bring lunch; coffee and tea are free. At 12:30 p.m. there will be a 20-minute presentation, by a visitor or a local speaker, on a topic related to any humanities discipline. All students, faculty, colleagues and friends are welcome. Jon Abel (jea17@psu.edu) and Shuang Shen (sxs1075@psu.edu) are coordinators for the series. For a full list of Comparative Literature lunches, visit http://complit.la.psu.edu/news-luncheon.shtml.

Last Updated January 09, 2015