Sex and Sentiment: Writing the Emotional History of the Modern Woman [Canceled]

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Wednesday, April 1, 2020, 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Photo of Lisa Mendelman smiling and sitting on a bench in the shade

Please note: This event is canceled to help limit the potential exposure of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For updated information on SF State’s response to COVID-19, visit the novel coronavirus information page.

Lisa Mendelman gives a lecture as part of Studies in English: Here and Now, a series of talks by Bay Area academics. Free.

Lisa Mendelman

Mendelman is an expert in 20th- and 21st-century American literature, with a focus on the intersections of science, emotion and categories of identity like gender and race. She has published widely in modern American literature, gender studies and the history of psychology. An assistant professor of English at Menlo College, Mendelman teaches film, visual art and popular music as well as novels and nonfiction. She holds a doctorate from University of California, Los Angeles.

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Location: 
Humanities Building, Room 485
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Sponsor: 
English Language and Literature Department
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Summer Star