Noontime Lecture: Nubia, Inspiration for a Princess Story

Stephanie JeffersonJohn M. Pfau Library & the Black Faculty, Staff, and Student Association present a lecture on Nubia: Inspiration for a Princess Story

Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012

Presenter: Dr. Stephanie Jefferson

Lecture: Noon-1 p.m.

Location: CSUSB/Pfau Library

PL-4005 (4th floor)

Complimentary parking available, see kiosk.

Dr. Jefferson will present a brief history of the ancient kingdom of Nubia with an emphasis on little-known facts. Did you know that fashion and appearance were so important to Nubians many of them carried a ring of small iron personal tools that included a nail file and tweezers? Find out how Nubia inspired the creation of a new children’s book series.

Dr. Stephanie Jefferson is a licensed psychologist in the state of California. Her specialty was working with children and adolescents struggling with serious emotional disturbances. In July 2009 she retired to pursue a career writing children’s literature. She says her “voice” and story ideas best fit children ages10 -14.

If you have ideas for future lectures or would like to know more about upcoming events, contact Iwona Contreras at icontrer@csusb.edu or 909 537-5102. The lectures are free to all CSUSB students, staff, and employees, as well as the community at large.

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