MIT Reads Community Discussion: A Conversation with Tommy Orange

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 5:00pm to 6:30pm

Virtual Event

The MIT Reads program and MIT's Indigenous Peoples Advocacy Committee are proud to present Tommy Orange, the author of There There, winner of the PEN/Hemingway Award.  Orange will be joined by members of MIT's indigenous community.  We invite you to submit your questions ahead of time.  

Registration is required and seats are limited.  Links will be emailed to all registrants shortly before the event.

Copies of There There are available through the MIT Libraries,  at the MIT Coop at Kendall Square, or from https://bookshop.org/.  A special discount is available to current MIT students and employees at the Coop's store and to current Coop members over the phone.

Your participation is important to us: please notify mitreads-plan@mit.edu if you require accommodations in order to access this event.  Closed captioning will be provided.

Sponsored by the MIT Libraries, the Institute Community and Equity Office, the Office of Multicultural ProgramsMindHandHeart, the Sloan School, and Womens' and Gender Studies.

Event Type

Community Event

Events By Interest

Diversity/Inclusion, Arts/Music/Film, General

Events By Audience

MIT Community

Events By School

School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (SHASS), Sloan School of Management (Sloan)

Website

https://libraries.mit.edu/mit-reads/

Cost

Free to all, but registration is required.

Department
MIT Libraries
Hashtag

#mitreads

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