Join us as we:
- Explore close readings of Beloved with scholars from Maine and beyond.
- Build bridges between themes, times, places, and people.
- Enjoy a reception, lunch, and dinner reflecting the foodways of the book.
- Have discussions on race, family, spirituality, belonging, and more.
Tickets are on a sliding scale. Registration includes a copy of the book, additional readings, a cocktail reception and dinner on Friday night, and coffee and lunch on Saturday.
Dr. Carolyn Denard of Georgia College is our Friday evening keynote speaker, presenting her talk “Why Read Beloved in 2020?” Denard is the Founder and Board Chair of the Toni Morrison Society.