The Great Fire and the Reshaping of Chicago: the Fire's Impact on Class, Race, Immigrants, Geography, and Who Lives Where
Lookingglass Theatre, 821 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago
Panelists include Bill Savage, Ph.D., Northwestern University
Bill Savage teaches and conducts research in several areas within the department of English. He is a Series Editor for Chicago Visions + Revisions, a series of nonfiction books about Chicago from the University of Chicago Press. Savage won the 2004-2005 Distinguished Teaching Award from Northwestern's School for Continuing Studies, and has been named to the Associated Student Government Faculty Honor Roll from 2001-2004; in 2006, he was awarded the James Friend Memorial Award in Literary Criticism from the Society of Midland Authors for his book reviews published in the Chicago Tribune.
Panel discussions are free and open to the public. Seating is subject to availability.
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