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Eileen Julien, professor of French and comparative literature at Indiana University, presents “Loss, Love, and the Art of Making Gumbo.” Julien will discuss growing up in the distinctive culture of New Orleans, as portrayed in her memoir, Travels with Mae: Scenes from a New Orleans Girlhood. She has done extensive research and writing that explores the connections between Africa, Europe, and the Americas. Sponsored by The Secular Society.
4:45 p.m., Hollins Room, Wyndham Robertson LibraryRead More