Tuesday, April 17, 2018 5:00 PM
Pilot House, The Mason Club
Join three George Mason University scholars as they gather for a happy hour discussion of their works at The Well Library inside the Mason Club. College of Visual and Performing Arts dean Rick Davis explores the Golden Age of Spanish Drama; criminology professor Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco researches human trafficking in the United States; and history professor Jennifer Ritterhouse chronicles one man’s journey through the 1930s American South. After each reading, the authors will use the ceremonial Well feather quill to sign their books and add them to the library.
Support scholarship and enjoy light refreshments at this free public event, sponsored by Fall for the Book and Mason Club management. The Well Library houses the research, scholarship and creative works of Mason's faculty, staff, and alumni that are contained within the books they have published. It was started during operation of the Mason Inn, on Mason's Fairfax Campus from 2010-2013, and has moved to the Mason Club in 2017. This is the final Well Library event of the semester.
The Mason Club is located just off Patriot Circle, near the Rappahannock parking deck. It offers a space for university faculty, staff, alumni, and retirees to gather, collaborate, and dine.
For more information on The Well Library or being inducted, contact Kara Oakleaf, Co-Director of Fall for the Book: firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-993-3986.
Sponsored by Fall for the Book, Mason Club.