Speaker: Jarret Keene, Assistant Professor in Residence, English Department, UNLV
In a wide-ranging lecture that draws upon the writings of William L. Fox (In the Desert of Desire) and scholar Mike Davis (Dean Cities), Keene will articulate the varied reasons why SIn City symbolizes the aggressive and venal qualities of the American psyche, and how the darkness of these images heighten our city's aura and mystery.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Lied Library, Goldfield Room, Third Floor
The lecture is hosted in conjunction with Writers Imagine Las Vegas: Our City in Fiction, a new exhibit featuring items from UNLV University Libraries Special Collections curated by Priscilla Finley, Humanities Librarian. Tour the exhibit on the first floor of the Lied Library.
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