Chancellor’s Lecture Series
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2021 Vanderbilt University MLK Commemorative Virtual Event
At Home in the World: Place, Identity and the American Dream
Keynote and moderated Q&A
Monday, Jan.18, 2021
5:15 p.m. central time via zoom webinar
Ethiopian American novelist Dinaw Mengestu, known for his powerful and personal depictions of the immigrant experience and perspectives on the American dream, will be the keynote speaker for Vanderbilt University’s 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. commemorative event in partnership with the Chancellor’s Lecture Series.
The virtual event, “At Home in the World: Place, Identity and the American Dream,” will take place from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. CT on Jan. 18 and is open to the Vanderbilt community. The discussion will be moderated by Karla M. McKanders, Clinical Professor of Law, Associate Director, Legal Clinic at Vanderbilt University
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