April 1, 2009
Written by Kelly Kleinsteuber
Acclaimed Author and Activist Speaks at Texas Tech
Texas Tech University hosts author Ana Castillo at 7 p.m. April 9 in Room 001 of the English Building on Texas Tech campus.
Castillo will host a lecture and reading that will discuss her work as a poet, novelist, essayist, editor and translator as part of the Presidential Lecture & Performance Series offered by the College of Visual and Performing Arts. The Mexican-American author’s work centers on Chicana feminism and themes including identity, racism and classism. Castillo’s work spans many genres and appears in anthologies around the world.
“The Presidential Lecture & Performance Series is pleased to partner with the Comparative Literature Symposium to bring this fine Chicana author, Ana Castillo, to the Texas Tech community,” said Jo Moore, administrator for the series
The Presidential Lecture & Performance Series was created to enrich the lives of Texas Tech University students and the Lubbock community.
This event is free and open to the public with a reception and book signing to follow. Reservations are requested at (806) 742-0706 ext. 401.
CONTACT: Jo Moore, administrator for the Presidential Lecture & Performance Series, (806) 742-0700 ext. 239, or firstname.lastname@example.org.