Spring Writer Series: Garnette Cadogan

Our spring author events continue with a trilogy of talks from Garnette Cadogan.

An essayist and scholar of urban studies, Cadogan is the renowned author of "Walking While Black" and editor-at-large of Non-Stop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas (co-edited by Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro).

He has been a visiting scholar at New York University and the University of Virginia. Cadogan is currently the Tunney Lee Distinguished Lecturer on Urbanism at the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT.


You're warmly invited to join us for all three of Cadogan's (free, in-person!) events:

Monday, March 27, 7PMIn Praise of PlayCalvin University, Fine Arts Center Recital HallFriday, March 31, 4PMThe City as Conjuration(followed by a conversation with Calvin emeritus Lee Hardy)Calvin University, Meeter Center Lecture HallSaturday, April 1, 7PMOn Memorial and Memory (followed by Q & A)Grand Rapids African American Museum and Archives(87 Monroe Center St NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503)
Registration is recommended — but not required! — for this event. Reserve your spot here.