Instructor Biography: Lori Rotskoff
LORI ROTSKOFF is a cultural historian, writer, educator, and public speaker specializing in memoirs and narrative nonfiction; childhood and youth; women’s and gender studies; and arts and culture. She studied history and literature at Northwestern University and earned a PhD in American Studies at Yale.
Also Teaching
Author Visit: A Conversation with Jonathan Eig, Master Storyteller and Biographer
Book Discussion: Caste by Isabel Wilkerson
Leaving the Fold: Memoirs of Faith, Doubt, Community, and Self-Transformation
Podcast Discussion: “Nice White Parents,” Public Schools, and the Realities of Privilege and Power
The Criminal Justice System, Race, and Policing in America An Evening with Journalist Jamiles Lartey
The Power of Family: New Documentary Films in Social Context