Habetrot's Wheels: Weaving, Knitting, and Crocheting

November 21st,2019 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Professor/Instructor/Speaker: Marcia Farrell, Ph.D.

"Habetrot's Wheels" will examine matriarchal power in the Celtic fairy tale
of Habetrot and how the speaker has chosen to integrate the spirit of the
independent woman into a local yarn shop in Harborcreek, Pennsylvania.
– Marcia Farrell, Ph.D.

*This lecture will be held at our satellite location at the Corry Higher Education Council at 221 N. Center St

** Please contact the Corry Higher Educational Council at 814-644-9405 to register for this event 

Marcia Farrell, Ph.D.

Marcia K. Farrell, Ph.D., received her doctorate from the University of Tulsa
in 2005. Before returning to Erie, she was a tenured professor of English at
Wilkes University, where she specialized in Post-colonial literature and the
development of the novel. Currently, she is the Membership Coordinator and
Editor of the Journal of Erie Studies at the Jefferson Educational Society