Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - 7:00pm
Lewis Lab, Room 270
On Being a Jewish Writer
American Novelist, Scholar of Hebrew and Yiddish Literature
"Can one find the universal in the particular? In this talk, Dara Horn, American novelist and scholar of Hebrew and Yiddish literature, will discuss the history of Jewish languages, what it means to write stories grounded in the Jewish literary tradition in contemporary America, and how she came to write her most recent novel, about a woman who can't die."
Book signing will follow lecture.
Jewish Studies Program, Lafayette College
Hillel Society, Lafayette College
Creative Writing Program, Lehigh University