Between the Covers on 03/07/13
Barbara Corrado Pope, author of the Bernard Martin Mystery Series, talks about her new novel, "The Missing Italian Girl: A Mystery in Paris," which explores the struggles of working class girls to overcome poverty and the danger of sexual abuse in turn-of the centruy France.
Barbara Corrado Pope has a PhD in the Social and Intellectual History of Europe from Columbia University and has taught history and women’s studies in places as diverse as Hungary, Tuscany, the University of New Mexico, and Harvard Divinity School. Her longest stint was at the University of Oregon, where she was the founding director of women’s studies. Barbara resides in Eugene, Oregon, where she is actively pursing a second career as a novelist. Barbara speaks on Thursday, March 7th @ 7pm Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing 3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.