Tuesday, November 8, 2022 6pm to 8pm
About this Event
20 Quincy St. Cambridge, MA 02138https://dso.college.harvard.edu/uncommon-fare-dinners
This series is only for first-year students, with each event limited to 10 students so that you can participate in the discussion and ask the questions that are on your mind. Students who attend will have the opportunity to meet outstanding members of the Harvard community over dinner at the Faculty Club.
Linda Schlossberg received her Ph.D in English and American Literature from Harvard, where she now serves as Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies for WGS and teaches courses in literature and creative writing. Schlossberg is the recipient of a 2022 and 2019 Somerville Arts Council/Massachusetts Cultural Council grant as well as the Writer's Center 2016 Emerging Writer Fellowship. She is the author of the novel Life in Miniature and the co-editor of Passing: Identity and Interpretation in Sexuality, Race, and Religion (NYU Press). Schlossberg also received a Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Humanities, served as a Derek Bok Center Faculty Fellow, and was twice selected by Harvard’s graduating classes as one of their “Favorite Professors.” Currently she serves as Harvard’s representative for the Consortium on Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and Sexuality (GCWS) and as Book Review editor for Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.