This fall the Cleveland Park Library will host the Nathalie V. Black Book Discussion Series, “American Autobiography: From Colonial to Contemporary Times”
led by resident scholar, Philip Burnham, associate professor in the English Department at George Mason University. The series will look at how the style and themes of American narratives have evolved over the span of several centuries. Readings include personal accounts by a Founding Father, an African American activist, a Native American medicine man and the first Hispanic member of the Supreme Court. To register, please e-mail email@example.com
The series is made possible by the generous support of the Friends of the Cleveland Park Library.