The Novel, Who Needs It?

The Voices of Culture Lecture Series presents Joseph Epstein.

Joseph Epstein is an American writer and the author of thirty-one books. His essays have been included in the annual editions of The Best American Essays. Mr. Epstein taught writing and literature for thirty years at Northwestern University, was the editor of The American Scholar between 1974 and 1997, and was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2003 by President George W. Bush and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Epstein also has been a regular contributor to CommentaryThe New YorkerHarper’sThe New RepublicNew York Review of Books and The National Standard. His most recent publication is called Gallimaufry: A Collection of Essays, Reviews, Bits (2020) 

A special musical performance from a member of the Fred Fox School of Music faculty will air at 4:40pm prior to the talk! 

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