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Annelise Orleck: A Public Lecture and Conversation

Monday, April 01, 2019,

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  • Location: Divinity School, Reading Room
  • Room: 124

The John L. Seigenthaler Chair in American History Presents:

with co-sponsorship from the James G. Stahlman Chair in History, The Program in American Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS), and SEIU Local 205 (Service Employees International Union)

A Public Lecture & Conversation

Annelise Orleck

Professor of History, Dartmouth College

With Maura-LeeAlbert, Member Strategy Director, SEIU Local 205, facilitating the conversation

April 1,2019

Divinity 124,Vanderbilt University 6:00 pm-7:30 pm*

(*Pre-Lecture Reception at 5:30pm)

Please join us…for a lecture by Dr. Annelise Orleck,ana ward-winning historian and author of five books on U.S.women’s politics and activism. At 6p.m., she will be discussing her new book–“We Are All Fast-Food Workers Now”:The Global Uprising Against Poverty Wages.

Free parking will be available in the Wesley Place Garage, as well as the parking lot behind the Law School.

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Please RSVP to susan.hilderbrand@vanderbilt.edu by

March 18,to help provide an accurate food count!