Angelina is a graduate student entering her third year in the Program of Comparative Literature. Her research focuses on Contemporary US women writers, Socialist Feminism, femininity, and women’s book clubs.
Her talk is part of a series called Big Ideas for Strange Times, which is intended to feed our need to engage with ideas that transcend the immediate crisis of the pandemic. This series features short lectures on life’s bigger questions from Penn Arts & Sciences experts.
Check out Angelina's talk "How did socialism become a dirty word in western politics?"