The Lady with the Books and The Story of Ferdinand (1936)

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When

Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 7:30pm - 8:30pm

Where

Online

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Event typeLecture/Discussion
SeriesLSA Residential College

This lecture brings together three speakers on the beloved children's literature classic, The Story of Ferdinand (1936), about the bull that refused to fight:

  • Kathy Stinson, author of 30 books, including Red is Best and The Man with the Violin
  • James G. Leaf, Son of Munro Leaf and Senior Partner, Community Link Foundation
  • Marilynn Olson, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Texas State University

Register for the event with the link above, and we'll email you a Zoom link approximately 24 hours prior to the event. Registration will close at noon on February 25th; you won't be able to receive the Zoom link after that time.

Dr. Elizabeth Goodenough invites you to listen in on lectures given to students in her LSA (Literature, Science, and the Arts) Residential College environmental humanities seminar.

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Juli McLoone · jmcloone@umich.edu

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Elizabeth Goodenough · lizgoode@umich.edu

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