Thursday, November 3 – In-Person Author Talk & Book Signing with Emma Copley Eisenberg
6:00 PM – Student Center Ballroom – Free & Open to the Public – The author will discuss her book, “The Third Rainbow Girl”, her time living in West Virginia, and the lasting impact of the Rainbow murders. Book-signing and reception to follow. Free & Open to the Public.
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Monday, September 19 – 12:00 PM – ZOOM Chat with Emma Copley Eisenberg
Learn more about “The Third Rainbow Girl” and Eisenberg’s work during this virtual session to promote the common reading in advance of Eisenberg’s on-campus visit in November. Dr. Chiquita Howard-Bostic, chair of Sociology and Criminal Justice, will guide the discussion. Email email@example.com to request a Zoom access code at any time prior to the start of the event. Free & Open to All.
The Common Reading Program and all events are made possible through the support of the Shepherd University Foundation.