Wild Man: A Discussion of the Life and Death of Jack London

Event has passed (Tue Nov 22, 2016 - Tue Nov 22, 2016)
Canessa Gallery
Arts, Literary


with Jonah Raskin, Susan Nuernberg, Geoffrey Dunn and Tarnel Abbott, Jack London's great granddaughter.

On the 100th anniversary of the death of one of San Francisco's most illustrious and controversial literary sons, four London scholars, critics and fans explore his work, his life and his reputation.

Jonah Rasking is a journalist, writer, activist, and former chair of the Communications Studies Department at Sonoma State University.

Susan Nuernberg is Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh where she teaches American literature, Composition, General Education and the Senior Thesis/Seminar. She is currently serving as the Chancellor’s Leadership Fellow.

Geoffrey Dunn is an author, filmmaker and award-winning investigative reporter with 40 years experience in journalism. He is a senior correspondent for Metro Newspapers in California and a regular contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle and Huffington Post. He is the recipient of several national awards for investigative journalism.

Tarnel Abbott is Jack London’s great granddaughter.


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