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BELL HOOKS

oakland center

gold rooms

MARCH 26th @ 7:30 pm

bell hooks: Keynote Speaker for Women’s History Month
Gloria Jean Watkins, better known as bell hooks, is a writer, feminist, and social activist who has published over thirty books. Ms. Hooks will share her unique perspective on the interconnectivity of race, class, and gender and how this relates to feminism, sexuality, and mass media.

Full-text articles by, or about, bell hooks and/or her writings:.

  • Gamble, V. N. (1993). bell hooks. [Review of the book Sisters of the yam: Black women and self-recovery]. The Women's Review of Books, 11(1), 12-13.
  • hooks, b. (2008). Free spirits: A legacy of wildness. Appalachian Heritage, 36(3), 37-39.
  • hooks, b. (1990). Postmodern Blackness. Postmodern Culture, 1(1). Retrieved February 9, 2009 from http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/postmodern_culture/v001/1.1hooks.html.
  • hooks, b. & McKinnon, T. (1996). Sisterhood: Beyond public and private. Signs, 21(4), 814-829.
  • Wellington, D. L. (2003). bell hooks. [Review of the book Rock my soul]. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 39, 127-129.
Books at Kresge Library by, or about, bell hooks:
  • Florence, N. (1998). bell hooks' engaged pedagogy : A transgressive education for critical consciousness. Westport, Conn.: Bergin & Garvey.
  • hooks, b. (2009). Belonging: A place of culture. New York: Routledge.
  • hooks, b. (2006). Homegrown: Engaged cultural criticism. Cambridge, Mass.: South End Press.
  • hooks, b. (1999). Remembered rapture: The writer at work. New York: Henry Holt.
  • hooks, b. (1989). Talking back: Thinking feminist, thinking black. Boston: South End Press.

CHECK OUT KRESGE LIBRARY'S DISPLAY IN THE STUDENT LOUNGE FEATURING bell hooks!

IF THERE IS AN ITEM YOU'D LIKE TO CHECK OUT FROM THE DISPLAY CASE, ASK AT THE CIRULATION DESK!

For more information about OU events during Women's History Month, go to www.oakland.edu/gsc.

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