The Department of World Languages, Albertsons Library, and Casita Nepantla cordially Invite
you to a brown bag lecture series as part of BANNED BOOKS WEEK. All meetings will be held
in Library 201C from noon-1pm.
- Monday, September 25 | The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros.
Facilitated by Alicia Garza, Associate Professor of Spanish, Dept. of World Languages
Director Casita Nepantla
- Tuesday, September 26 | Audre Lorde: At the Intersection of Love and Liberation.
Facilitated by Dalton Tiegs, Ethnic Studies major
- Wednesday, September 27 | Banned Books under Totalitarianism: A Basque Metaphor
Facilitated by Larraitz Ariznabarreta, Lecturer, Basque Studies, Dept. of World
- Friday, September 29 | Silenced Voices: Our Favorite Banned Books: Bring
Yours! Facilitated by Michelle Armstrong, Associate Professor, Albertsons Library and
Elizabeth Ramsey, Assistant Professor, Albertsons Library
In coordination with the event, we encourage you to be a part of the American Library Association’s
Rebel Reader Twitter Tournament
http://www.ala.org/advocacy/bbooks/bannedbooksweek/rebelreader. Banned and challenged
books will be on display at the library’s circulation counter for easy access or you might choose
from the ALA’s lists http://www.ala.org/advocacy/bbooks/frequentlychallengedbooks/top10
Assistant Professor, Librarian