Kristen Hogan, author of "The Feminist Bookstore Movement: Lesbian Antiracism and Feminist Accountability," will be speaking about her work at McGill University on March 15th at 4 PM and at Montreal's feminist bookstore, L'Euguélionne on March 16th .
Kristen Hogan is the Barnard Library and Academic Information SystemsDirector for Collections Strategy and Library Operations. At the University of Texas, she served as the English Literature and Women’s and Gender Studies Librarian, the Associate Director of the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, and most recently as the Education Coordinator of the Gender and Sexuality Center. She has also worked in feminist bookstores, including as book buyer and co-manager of the Toronto Women’s Bookstore, a racial justice-based and trans affirming feminist bookstore. Kristen loves to learn about, discuss, and work toward racial justice-based queer feminism in everyday life. Her book, The Feminist Bookstore Movement: Lesbian Antiracism and Feminist Accountability (Duke University Press, 2016), was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award this past summer. She has a PhD in English Literature and an MS in Information Studies, both from UT.
Nicolas Longtin-Martel of Montreal's feminist bookstore L'Euguélionne will represent the bookstore at the McGill event on the 15th. Books will be available for purchase at both events.
For more information, see the Facebook event pages:
Event on the 15th
Event on the 16th