Are you interested in thinking more about how life in Arizona and our local and state histories can enrich your own writing?
Do you want to learn more about how to chronicle the lives of others?
Do you want to explore the illuminating historical resources that you can use to develop even more detailed accounts of individuals and communities in Arizona?
Join this hands-on workshop in which you will start to research and write about the family members, community leaders and memorable Arizonans that you want to introduce to the rest of the world. You will develop some research strategies, explore genealogical archives and with your fellow workshop participants, think about how your writing about Arizona life and history is becoming more textured and powerful.
Free and open to the public | Space is limited | Lunch Provided
Computers will be available, but you are welcome to bring a laptop or your favorite writing tool.
Lois Brown, PhD
Director, Center for the Study of Race and Democracy
Foundation Professor of English, Arizona State University
Photo credit: Arizona Library Association