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Sarah Schulman : Let The Record Show: A Political History of ACT UP

The Mary Tefft White Cultural Center Lecture Series presents novelist, Sarah Schulman, Tuesday, September 28, 2021, at 7pm

The Mary Tefft White Cultural Center Lecture Series presents novelist, playwright, screenwriter, nonfiction writer, and AIDS historian, Sarah Schulman in conversation with Roger Williams University's Dr. Jason Jacobs, Tuesday, September 28, 2021, at 7pm. This event is fully virtual, click here to register. 

Sarah Schulman is a playwright, novelist and journalist. Her plays include Carson McCullers (2002) and Manic Flight Reaction (2005). She has written the novels The Child (2007), Shimmer (1998), Rat Bohemia (1995), Empathy (1992), People in Trouble (1990), After Delores (1988), Girls, Visions and Everything (1986), and The Sophie Horowitz Story (1984). Her nonfiction work includes STAGESTRUCK: Theater, AIDS, and the Marketing of Gay America (1998) and My American History: Gay and Lesbian Life During the Reagan/Bush Years (1994). She is one of the two coordinators of the ACT UP Oral History Project and has received awards from the Guggenheim for Playwriting, the Fulbright for Judaic Studies, in addition to two American Library Association Book Awards (fiction and nonfiction) and three New York Foundation for the Arts Fiction Fellowships. She was also a Finalist for the Prix de Rome. 

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