Native American Literature and Culture: A Discussion with Diane Glancy and Dr. Rachel Luckenbill

Oct 31, 2017
10:35 am - 11:35 am

Join in the conversation as guest author Diane Glancy and Dr. Rachel Luckenbill (professor of English at Southeastern University) dialogue about their research of nineteenth and twentieth century Apache prisoners of war from historic Forts Sill and Marion. 

Award winning Cherokee writer Diane Glancy has published an impressive 45 works including novels and collections of short stories, poetry, plays, and creative nonfiction essays. Having retired as a professor at Macalester College, Glancy travels the country speaking to topics such as faith, writing, land, education, and cultural identity. During a three-day residency at SEU, she will share her fiction and creative nonfiction while teaching students and faculty about Native American experiences of the past and present. 

Directions: Turn from Bartow Rd. onto N. Crystal Lake Dr. Turn left at the entrance to Southeastern University. At the three-way intersection, turn left. Parking is available in this lot. Walk across the street and veer left onto the main part of campus. Continue toward the two-story College of Natural & Health Sciences building. Enter through the front, main doors. The lecture hall is directly behind the glass display.

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You may also be interested in Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College, Polk Theatre or Lakeland.