TCU Professor of English Dr. Charlotte Hogg will speak on “Beyond #BamaRush: How Belonging Happens in White Sorority Recruitments,” based on her forthcoming book, White Sororities and the Cultural Work of Belonging.
Dr. Hogg specializes in rhetoric & composition, women’s rhetorics, rural literacies, and creative nonfiction. She is the author of From the Garden Club: Rural Women Writing Community and co-author of Rural Literacies with Kim Donehower and Eileen Schell. They also co-edited Reclaiming the Rural: Essays on Literacy, Rhetoric, and Pedagogy, and with Shari Stenberg, she co-edited Persuasive Acts: Women’s Rhetorics in the Twenty-first Century. Her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, Inside Higher Ed, and a number of academic and creative journals. She is currently the Director of Composition at TCU, overseeing the two writing courses in TCU’s Core Curriculum at the heart of TCU’s liberal arts education.
Register before the Friday prior to the date of the luncheon. If you are not able to register online, please RSVP to Lenelda Pennington: email@example.com or 817-938-9937.
Lunches are available for $15. Lunches are FREE for first time visitors and those who have a Birthday in October.
Kelly Center parking lot (Lot 6). Parking in the Kelly Center lot can never be guaranteed as we share it with the BLUU, and it is the largest visitor’s lot on the west side of campus. You may park in the Frog Alley Parking Garage which can be entered off Stadium Drive just north of the Kelly Center between our facility and Ranch Management.