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SDSU faculty bringing talks to Sioux Falls co-op

A recurring event is bringing South Dakota State University faculty from the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences to Sioux Falls to speak to audiences on books and research.

The “SDSU Comes Full Circle” series is held the last Wednesday of each month at the Full Circle Book Co-op, located at 123 W. 10th St., Sioux Falls. All speakers start at 7 p.m.

This Wednesday’s (Jan. 25) session features Graham Wrightson, associate professor of history in SDSU’s School of American and Global Studies, presenting “What is Nationality? Reflections on Ethnicity and Culture in a Modern Global World.”

Additional planned sessions and speakers include:

• Feb. 22: Jodilyn Andrews, instructor in SDSU’s School of English and Interdisciplinary Studies, reading from her book of poetry, “Skin Reverberations.”

• March 29: Amber Jensen, lecturer in SDSU’s School of English and Interdisciplinary Studies, presenting “The Smoke of You: A Memoir of Love During and After Deployment.”

• April 26: Tasha Hauff, assistant professor of Native American studies in SDSU’s School of English and Interdisciplinary Studies, presenting “Ochethi Sakowin Language Revitalization.”

The monthly talks will continue until May and resume next September. They are free and open to the public.