Tuesday, Apr. 25, 2023
12 - 1:30 p.m. PST
The College of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Office of Graduate Studies and Research invite you to the second installment of Stanislaus State's Conversations with Authors and Artists. Also available virtually via YouTube Live.
This installment features Keith Nainby and Jim Tuedio, interviewed by Jesse Wolfe (English). Keith teaches in the Communication Studies department and his book, “Bob Dylan in Performance: Song, Stage, and Screen,” was published in 2019. Jim is the dean of CAHSS and he co-edited “The Grateful Dead in Concert: Essays in Live Improvisation” in 2010.
Schedule for Nainby/Tuedio Talk:
Noon-12:15: Mingling and introduction of interviewer and interviewees
12:15-12:45: Jesse interviews Keith and Jim
12:45-1:15: Audience Q & A
1:15-1:30: Mingling and further discussion
Refreshments/light snacks will be served.
By participating in this event, you agree to adhere to the Stan State Campus Event Protocols.
Dean Jim Tuedio: The Grateful Dead in Concert: Essays in Live Improvisation
Keith Nainby: Bob Dylan in Performance: Song, Stage, and Screen
About Conversations with Authors and Artists
The series spotlights scholarship, art, music and other work by Stan State faculty, staff and graduates. It takes place twice per semester.
The inaugural event was recorded and can be watched via YouTube. It was held on March 13 and featured Ryan Logan (Anthropology) and Sebastian Sclofsky (Criminal Justice). Logan discussed his book, "Boundaries of Care: Community Health Workers of the United States," and Sclofsky discussed his book, "Black, Poor and from the Periphery: Experiencing Police Violence in São Paulo and Los Angeles."