Susan Griffin, a writer and poet, will talk about her works — and read from them — starting at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5 at 212 Demarest. The lecture and reading are co-sponsored by The Fisher Center and Writers Reading.
She spoke Oct. 4 in the Geneva Room of the library as part of The Fisher Center series.
Many on campus are familiar with her work on feminism and science (“Woman and Nature”) or her highly acclaimed book on memory, war and history, “A Chorus of Stones, the Private Life of War.” Her other works address environmental concerns and illness.
A listing of the Fisher Center's fall offerings is available at Fisher Center.