Intersections Working Group Presents Lindsay V. Reckson

Wed, Oct 21, 2020, 12:00 pm
via Zoom
Public / Open To All
Princeton University English Department

Realist Ecstasy

Intersections Working Group presents a discussion of Realist Ecstasy: Religion, Race, and Performance in American Literature (NYU, 2020) with author Lindsay V. Reckson, Associate Professor of English at Haverford College.

The first 20 Princeton affiliates to register for the event below will be reimbursed for a copy of the book (Digital or Paperback) available on Amazon or New York University Press. Book reimbursements can only be provided to University affiliates but the event is open to the public and all are welcome and encouraged to attend.

If you are interested in attending the workshop and being reimbursed for a copy of the book, please register here

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