Liberal Arts and Sciences Lecture: F. Douglas Brown

Poet Frederick Douglas Brown discusses writing toward the legacy and future proposed by his namesake, Frederick Douglass, and the artist Jacob Lawrence in a visit to LAS faculty Jen Hofer's Black Poetry Matters course. 

Brown is the author of two poetry collections, ICON (Writ Large Press, 2018), and Zero to Three (University of Georgia, 2014), and winner of the 2013 Cave Canem Poetry Prize selected by U.S. Poet Laureate, Tracy K. Smith. Brown is both a Cave Canem and Kundiman fellow, and has published poems with the Academy of American Poets, PBS News Hour, The Virginia Quarterly (VQR), Bat City Review, The Sugar House Review, and other publications. He is co-founder and curator of un::fade::able - The Requiem for Sandra Bland, a quarterly reading series examining restorative justice through poetry as a means to address racism.

F. Douglas Brown website

Zoom link to attend: https://otis.zoom.us/j/95941530579; Meeting ID  95941530579. 

February 24, 2021
Lectures
Liberal Arts and Sciences Lecture: F. Douglas Brown
12:30PM - 1:30PM Zoom
Open to the Public
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February 24, 2021
2021-02-24 12:30 2021-02-24 13:30
Lectures
Liberal Arts and Sciences Lecture: F. Douglas Brown
12:30PM - 1:30PM | Zoom
Zoom info below
Open to the Public
This event is free!