Zell Visiting Writers Series readings and Q&As are free and open to the public, and will be offered both virtually (via Zoom) and in person (in UMMA's Stern Auditorium). Seats at the in-person events are capacity-limited and offered on a first come, first served basis; please arrive early to secure a spot. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or accommodation needs.
Andrea Lee is a American writer whose books often deal with themes of expatriate life, clashing cultures, and nuances of identity, particularly among Black Americans. She is most recently the author of Red Island House, a novel set in the tropical African island nation of Madagascar. She is also the author of the story collection Interesting Women, the novels Lost Hearts in Italy and Sarah Phillips, and the National Book Award–nominated memoir Russian Journal. A former staff writer for The New Yorker, she has written for The New York Times Magazine, Vogue, W, and The New York Times Book Review. She grew up in Philadelphia, received her bachelor's and master's degrees from Harvard University, and subsequently moved to Europe, where she presently lives with her family in Turin, Italy.
For any questions about the event or to share accommodation needs, please email email@example.com-- we are eager to help ensure that this event is inclusive to you. The building, event space, and restrooms are wheelchair accessible. Diaper changing tables are available in nearby restrooms. Gender-inclusive restrooms are available on the second floor of the Museum, accessible via the stairs, or in nearby Hatcher Graduate Library (Floors 3, 4, 5, and 6). The Hatcher Library also offers a reflection room (4th Floor South Stacks), and a lactation room (Room 13W, an anteroom to the basement women's staff restroom, or Room 108B, an anteroom of the first floor women's restroom). ASL interpreters and CART services at in-person events are available upon request; please email firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the event, whenever possible, to allow time to arrange services.
U-M employees with a U-M parking permit may use the Church Street Parking Structure (525 Church St., Ann Arbor) or the Thompson Parking Structure (500 Thompson St., Ann Arbor). There is limited metered street parking on State Street and South University Avenue. The Forest Avenue Public Parking Structure (650 South Forest Ave., Ann Arbor) is five blocks away, and the parking rate is $1.20 per hour. All of these options include parking spots for individuals with disabilities.
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|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Zell Visiting Writers Series, Residential College, Department for Afroamerican and African Studies, English Language & Literature - MFA Program in Creative Writing, University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA), Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, University of Michigan Helen Zell Writers' Program, Department of English Language and Literature|
CREES is pleased to partner with centers from universities across the U.S. to offer the Intersectionality in Focus virtual event series.
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