Reflections on Craft: Connecting Creative and Scholarly Practice

Panel discussion featuring Washington University faculty in conversation with Faculty Book Celebration keynote speaker Charles Johnson
Charles Johnson — philosopher, novelist, screenwriter and professor emeritus, University of Washington — is the keynote speaker for the Faculty Book Celebration, taking place 4 pm, Thursday, March 3. 
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Faculty Book Celebration keynote speaker Charles Johnson, Professor Emeritus, University of Washington, will join a panel of Washington University faculty:

  • Rebecca Copeland, Professor of Japanese Language and Literature, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
  • Joanna Dee Das, Assistant Professor of Dance​, Performing Arts Department
  • Gerald Early, the Merle Kling Professor of Modern Letters, Departments of English and of African and African-American Studies
  • Shreyas R. Krishnan, Assistant Professor in Illustration, Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts

Moderated by Ignacio Infante, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and Spanish; and Associate Director, Center for the Humanities.

Given the conditions of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this event will be staged in a hybrid format. All are invited to attend virtually via Zoom, and we hope members of the Washington University community who are able will attend in person. In-person attendance is limited by seating capacity. 

Cosponsored by University Libraries