The next West Texas A&M Distinguished Lecture Series will be taking place March 2nd.
Dr. Bryan M. Santin, assistant professor of English at Concordia University Irvine, will present “Postwar American Fiction and the Rise of Modern Conservatism: The Meaning of Ralph Ellison’s Invisibility on the Right”.
Dr. Ryan Brooks, WT assistant professor of English says that Dr Santin is “asking important new questions about the politics of post-World War II American fiction, from 1945 to the 21st century” and will help attendees gain insight into modern conservatism as well as how literature and politics are interconnected.
The lecture will be presented by zoom at 7pm. To register click here.