An Afternoon With Author Dr. Irene Blea

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Author Visits



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18 to 99
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Dr. Irene Blea has a PhD in Sociology from the University of Colorado-Boulder and is an award-winning scholar. She will spend the afternoon speaking about her recent publications Erené with Wolf Medicine and Dragonfly, engage in dialogue with the audience, and sign books afterwards.

Her other work include Chicano studies textbooks, articles on race and gender relations, poetry, and one play. She draws on the social-historical experiences of her family and community. Her novel, Daughters of the West Mesa received national acclaim, and her popular trilogy consists of three books: Suzanna, Poor People’s Flowers, and Beneath the Super Moon.

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