March's speaker professor and author Frankie Y. Bailey, and she'll speak on Writers and Diversity.
Frankie Y. Bailey, PhD is a professor in the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Albany (SUNY). She studies crime history, and crime and mass media/popular culture and material culture. She is the author of five mysteries featuring amateur sleuth Lizzie Stuart and two police procedurals featuring Albany police detective Hannah McCabe. For more information see her website: http://www.frankieybailey.com and https://www.albany.edu/scj/faculty/frankie-bailey
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