Published: Sept. 5, 2013

'Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives' September Brown Bag Series

Contact(s): John Beck Labor and Industrial Relations office: (517) 432-3982

The September schedule of the "Our Daily Work/Our Daily Lives" Brown Bag Series includes a variety of topics.

All presentations take place from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the MSU Museum Auditorium.

Following is the schedule of presentations.

Sept. 6
Being Flint: Life and Labor in the Shrinking City
Presented by Gordon Young, journalist and professor at Santa Clara University
Author of Teardown: Memoir of a Vanishing City.

Sept. 19
Life in Large Format: 25 Years of Worker Portraits
Presented by Gilles Perrin, photographer, and Nicole Ewenczyk, interviewer
This presentation is held in conjunction with the two photographic exhibits by Gilles Perrin opening in September at the MSU Museum, “Detroit Resurgent” and “An Extraordinary Document of the World.” A gallery walk will follow the presentation.

Sept. 27
Laboring the Zoo: The Human Work of Animals
Presented by Daniel Bender, history professor at the University of Toronto
This presentation is co-sponsored by Animal Studies at MSU.

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