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Joyce Carol Oates at Black Mountain Institute’s Forum on Contemporary Cultures

Distinguished speakers and writers from across the nation and globe who specialize in literature, politics, social issues and international affairs are part of this year’s thought-provoking lecture series hosted by the Black Mountain Institute’s Forum on Contemporary Cultures. Joyce Carol Oates, National Book Award-winning novelist, will be speaking and reading from her books, “We Were the Mulvaneys” and “My Sister, My Love.”

When: Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008
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Where: Student Union Ballroom at UNLV, 4505 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas

Cost: Free

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Lectures, UNLV

Event posted Oct. 9, 2008
Last updated April 5, 2011

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