Dinner and a Draft with Dr. Tiffany Patterson, February 4
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center
Get a great dinner. Get a new perspective on writing. Get to know a professor in a fun, informal setting. Those are three reasons you should attend “Dinner and a Draft,” coming up on Tuesday, February 4 from 6:00-7:30 p.m., at the Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center!
In recognition of Black History Month, the Writing Studio and the Black Cultural Center are co-hosting Dinner and a Draft with Dr. Tiffany Patterson on Tuesday, February 4 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the BCC.
Dr. Patterson is an associate professor of African American and Diaspora Studies and of History at Vanderbilt University. Her research & teaching focus on African American and African Diaspora History with emphasis on colonialism and anti-colonial movements; migrations; social history of gender and color; color and class in Afro-American Communities; gender matters in the African Atlantic world; and decolonial movements and the moral imaginations of intellectuals in the African Diaspora.
Dinner and a Draft is an event that brings together students and a faculty member to talk about the joys and challenges of writing over a shared meal in a friendly, small-group setting. Come share a meal at the BCC, talk about the challenges and rewards of getting words on the page, and get to know Professor Patterson.