Virtual Event: Faith, Race, & Literary Healing: Nella Larsen and Claude McKay – Apr 21

Posted by Cabrini University on April 5, 2022

Cabrini University’s Center for Global Learning and Office of DEI and Belonging, in partnership with Alvernia University’s Office for Mission, Diversity and Inclusion is excited to host Dr. Ernest J. Mitchell, Assistant Professor at Yale University.   The talk will interest students in cultural studies, literature, history, writing, the arts, Black Studies, and interfaith studies.

Widen your understanding of overlooked figures of the Harlem Renaissance and how they address intersectional identities.

Challenge yourself to talk with others about racial healing across disciplinary and faith tradition.

Appreciate the artistic expression at the heart of literary modernism – an interracial endeavor and international movement.

Date and Time: Thursday, April 21, 2022, 6:00-7:15 PM (on zoom)

For any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to Dr. Nancy Watterson, Professor, American Studies, Cabrini University 610-902-8402 or

Learn more and register.

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