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Full Program Schedule

Events are FREE & reservations are required, except where noted.

Wed, September 16, 6:30PM
Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: A Talk by Author Edward T. O’Donnell
Tues, September 29, 6:30PM
Fear of Dying: A Conversation with Erica Jong
Wed, September 30, 7:00PM
LIVE@365: Modern Estonian Songs: Maarja Nuut
Mon, October 5, 6:30PM
8th Annual Leon Levy Biography Lecture: Brenda Wineapple
Wed, October 7, 7:00PM
Re-Discovering Harper Lee: Jonathan Burnham in Conversation with Joan Acocella and Tuzyline Allan
Tues, October 13, 7:00PM
Global Fashion, Women, and the Creative Industries: Reem Acra in Conversation with Valerie Steele
Fri, October 16, 7:30PM
Music in 21st-Century Society: Roger Scruton: Walking among Noise
Tues, October 20, 7:00PM
Conversations in the Commons with Peter Beinart: Understanding Election 2016
Fri, October 23, 6:30PM
The Uber Economy: Steven Hill and Eduardo Porter in Conversation
Mon, October 26, 7:00PM
Reimagining the Mainstream: A Celebration of 2015 Pulitzer Prize-Winner Gregory Pardlo
Fri, October 30, 7:00PM
LIVE@365: Brazilian Samba and Bossa Nova: Marco Faraco
Mon, November 2, 6:30PM
Gender and Inequality Work, Care, and Human Rights in Global Perspective
Mon, November 16, 7:00PM
Conversations in the Commons with Peter Beinart: How Has Barack Obama Changed America?
Tues, November 17, 6:30PM
From Blackboard to Bedside: The Math Behind Life-Saving HIV Drugs
Tues, November 24, 6:30PM
What We Bring: Immigration & the Arts
Mon, November 30, 6:30PM
The Richard Schechner Notebooks
Tuesday, December 1, 6:30PM
The Vilna Vegetarian Cookbook: A Talk by Translator Eve Jochnowitz
Fri, December 4, 6:30PM
The Value of Liberal Education: Fareed Zakaria in Conversation with Leon Botstein
Mon, December 7, 6:30PM
Saving the World Economy: Paul Krugman and Olivier Blanchard in Conversation
Wed, December 9, 7:00PM
LIVE@365: Roshel Rubinov Ensemble
Mon, December 14, 6:30PM
Michael Walzer: On Democratic Internationalism


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