Category: NW Women Writers Symposium

Illegal Immigration, First-Person | Jefferson Public Radio

Reyna Grande garnered critical acclaim and awards for her first two novels. Then she turned her focus on herself for a memoir about her illegal Source: Illegal Immigration, First-Person | Jefferson Public Radio May 5, 2016—Jefferson Public Radio interviewed author…

Immigrants’ struggle is really our struggle | Opinion | R-G

Source: Immigrants’ struggle is really our struggle | Opinion | Eugene, Oregon In the midst of this political season’s hateful hullabaloo about building a higher wall, all of us whose ancestors came to this country from other lands must in…

Freedom Fighter | Cascade

Lynn Stephen, professor of anthropology and codirector of the UO Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, combines her research and refugees’ stories into a powerful petition for political asylum. Read about her work as an expert witness for more…

NWWS Panel “Crossing Borders: What It Means in the Life of a Child,” with keynote author Reyna Grande

Browsing Room Knight Library 1501 Kincaid St. Eugene, OR  97403 UO campus Full Schedule: 2016 CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium “Crossing Borders: What It Means in the Life of a Child,” with keynote author Reyna Grande, Browsing Room, Knight Library.…

NWWS keynote by Reyna Grande, “From Iguala to El Otro Lado: A Young Girl’s Journey to the American Dream”

Downtown Eugene Public Library 10th and Olive 100 W. 10th St. Eugene, OR 97401 Takes place during First Friday Art Walk Full Schedule: 2016 CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium “From Iguala to El Otro Lado: A young girl’s journey to…

NWWS “Fearless Journeys on the Edge: A Literary Conversation with Ariel Gore & Chris Scofield”

Browsing Room Knight Library 1501 Kincaid St. Eugene, OR  97403 UO campus Full Schedule: 2016 CSWS Northwest Women Writers Symposium Reception: 2:30 -3:30 immediately preceding this event “Fearless Journeys on the Edge: A Literary Conversation with Ariel Gore & Chris…