NEA Big Read: Healing from Trauma - Exploring the Personal Grief Process through the Lens of Toni Morrison's Beloved, with Allison Bass-Riccio

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Allison Bass-Riccio currently serves as Department Chair and teacher of English Literature at Cheshire Academy, a boarding school in Cheshire. Additionally, she is coordinator of the Campus Writing Center and house head of a girls' dorm on campus.

Registration required for the in-person program at the Main Library, DiMattia Building.

Note: Proof of COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72 hours is required to attend programs in the Main Library Auditorium. Face masks are also required in all indoor spaces in Stamford regardless of vaccination status.

Also available as a virtual program on Zoom. Join the Zoom webinar at the scheduled time.

NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. Generously supported by the Friends of the Ferguson Library and co-sponsored by Stamford Stands Against Racism and UConn Stamford.