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Jack Talks Tennessee

Arts and Culture: In honor of LGBTQ History Month, Prof. Emeritus Jack Barbera conducts a one-night-only presentation of dramatic readings of Williams' works.

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Ole Miss is justly proud of William Faulkner, a Mississippian who is arguably the greatest novelist America has produced. His fellow Mississippian, Tennessee Williams, is arguably the greatest playwright America has produced, and an artist in whom the LGBTQ+ community can take special pride. For Gay History Month, Ole Miss English Professor Emeritus, Jack Barbera, will conduct a one-night-only presentation of readings from the writings of Williams, both well-known and little known, tied together with Barbera's personal anecdotes and commentary stemming from his years of teaching and writing about Williams

NOTE: Some of the material may not be suitable for children

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