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Liberal Arts Symposium Resources: Ralph Eubanks

This is a guide to discover resources related to symposium presentations hosted by the Liberal Arts Department

Ralph Eubanks

 

Eubanks is the Professional Education Division Herb Alpert Scholar in Residence at Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

 

"W. Ralph Eubanks's book "A Place Like Mississippi" takes readers on a complete tour of the real and imagined landscapes that have inspired generations of authors. Eubanks is a native Mississippian who has spent time in all of the state’s 82 counties, and he knows its writers and its complicated history well. In "A Place Like Mississippi," Eubanks honors and explores this landscape, and this history, as he reveals the many ways it has informed the work of some of America’s most treasured authors. Supported by contemporary and historical photography, "A Place Like Mississippi" is a must-read for fans of Southern literature."

Herb Alpert Visiting Scholar & Keynote Speaker: 

Ralph Eubanks

 

Please join the Liberal Arts and Sciences Department in welcoming Guggenheim Award winner, author, and professor Ralph Eubanks. Along with music from the region, he will take the audience on a musical and cultural tour of the Mississippi Delta landscapes that have inspired generations of writers and artists.

 

Event Information

Wednesday, April 6, 2022 @7:30pm in the David Friend Recital Hall* (921 Boylston Street)

 

*The event is open only to Berklee community members who are participating in covid-19 testing protocol. All others are invited to watch the livestream.

 

Eubanks's Writing at the Library