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1 Book/1 Project/2 Transform welcomes Alicia Elliott on Nov. 10

The Indigenous author will discuss “A Mind Spread Out on the Ground” during her visit.

By Lynne Winter, ’17

November 2, 2021


Promo image1 Book/1 Project/2 Transform is pleased to welcome Indigenous writer Alicia Elliott, author of “A Mind Spread Out on the Ground,” to campus on Wednesday, Nov. 10.

All faculty, staff and students are invited to listen to Elliott discuss her collection of personal essays that draw on a life spent between Indigenous and white communities. By exploring a wide range of topics, including mental illness, racial justice, poverty, representation and more, Elliott offers insight into the ongoing legacy of colonialism and treatment of Indigenous people in North America.

The event will be held in the Tivoli Turnhalle, with the presentation starting at 11 a.m., followed by a book signing.

Check out the Reading and Learning Guide to learn more about “A Mind Spread Out on the Ground” before the event.

For more information, contact Randi Smith, Ph.D., 1 Book/1 Project/2 Transform chair, professor of Psychological Sciences.

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