A Different Perspective: Reading James Baldwin in the Digital Age


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Author and activist James Baldwin used his pen as a voice for equality in race, sex, and class. Drawing attention to the issues facing America, thirty years later, we are discovering anew, or for the first time, the power of Baldwin’s writing. UT-Arlington Professor of English Dr. Kenton Rambsy delves into some of most important and influential works of Author James Baldwin. Rambsy’s expertise in digital humanities pinpoints linguistic patterns in Baldwin’s work, and introduces online resources that will illuminate Baldwin’s deep influence on American culture. Gain a different perspective through a unique three week class. Classes meet December 6, 13, and 20, 6:30 - 8:30pm Cost includes all 3 classes. $25 Students and $95 – General and $80 - Exclusive Members
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