MARQUETTE — Lynn Domina, chair and professor of the English department at Northern Michigan University, is launching a new webinar series titled “Let’s Talk Books at NMU” Friday.
Each month she will invite a researcher with a recently published book to join her for a discussion of their work. The webinars will take place at 1 p.m. on the third Friday of each month. The public is invited to join.
Friday’s event features University of Wisconsin professor Larry Nesper. He will talk about his book, “Our Relationships… Half-Bloods: Indigenous Transformation and Dispossession” in the Western Great Lakes, published last year by SUNY Press.
Join via Zoom at: https://nmu.zoom.us/j/93145169376?pwd=QVBBekZMbE40RzFqQ0tOZGdaRjVRdz09
Access code: 377912.
Upcoming programs include:
≤ Gail Y. Okawa, author of “Remembering the Exile of Our Grandfathers: The American Imprisonment of Hawaii’s Japanese During World War II” February 18;
≤ Melissa Homestead, author of “The Only Wonderful Things: The Creative Partnership of Willa Cather and Edith Lewis” March 18; and
≤ Katie Booth, author of “The Invention of Miracles: Language, Power, and Alexander Graham Bell’s Quest to End Deafness” April 15.
For more information, contact Domina at [email protected]