The Cuban Experience Comes to Coppin
Published Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
Meet, greet, listen and speak with Nancy Morejón Afro Cuban writer, author and poet
Saturday, October 27, 2012
HHSB 3rd Floor Atrium
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Dr. Nancy Morejón who resides in Havana, Cuba was born in Havana to working-class parents. Morejón is a beneficiary and supporter of the 1959 Cuban revolution. Prominent patterns and themes in her varied and many published works include racial and class identity, political and social matters, women, love, family, and history. The insightful artist delves into playful observations of her own people. She has been known for her use of Cuban forms of humor, and her regular "indulgence" in highly lyrical, intimate, spiritual, or even erotic poetry.
Hosts: Department of Applied Political and Social Sciences, Department of Humanities and Department of History, Geography and Global Studies.
Sponsor: University Intellectual Life Committee
Contact: Dr. Ken Morgan, Assistant Professor Urban Studies (410) 951-4187 or email@example.com