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Full Program Schedule

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

 
Thurs, September 22, 6:30PM
Masha Gessen: Where the Jews Aren’t
 
Fri, September 23, 6:00PM
The Beekeeper: Black Southern Women Who Love Women A Performance and Talk by E. Patrick Johnson
 
Tues, September 27, 7:00PM
Brazilian Songs of the Amazon: Dona Onete, The Queen of Carimbo
 
Wed, September 28, 6:30PM
9th Annual Leon Levy Biography Lecture: Hermione Lee
 
Thurs, October 6, 6:30PM
The End of Karma: Somini Sengupta in Conversation with John Torpey
 
Mon, October 24, 7:00PM
The Golden Age of Ethiopian Music: Girma Beyene and Feedel Band
 
Fri, October 28, 4:00PM
“My play’s last scene”: Donne and Bowie Perform Death
 
Tues, November 1, 6:30PM
Islamic Civilization in Thirty Lives: Chase Robinson in Conversation with Sarah Chayes
 
Thurs, November 3, 6:30PM
Mark Lilla: On Political Reaction
 
Wed, November 9, 6:30PM
Kafka: The Early Years: A Conversation with Biographer Reiner Stach and Translator Shelley Frisch
 
Tues, November 15, 6:30PM
Conversations in the Commons with Peter Beinart: Election 2016: What Just Happened?
 
Thurs, November 17, 6:30PM
Eleanor Roosevelt: The War Years and After
 
Mon, November 21, 6:30PM
Gender Inequality at Work in a New Administration: What’s Next?
 
Wed, November 30, 6:30PM
Humor and Painting: Amy Sillman in Conversation with David Joselit
 
Mon, December 5 , 6:30PM
Is Financial Reform Working? Barney Frank and Paul Krugman in Conversation
 
Wed, December 7, 6:30PM
Music in 21st-Century Society: Richard Taruskin: The Many Dangers of Music
 
Tuesday, December 13, 7:00PM
Feeding Gotham: The History and Future of Food Policy in New York City
 

 

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Fall 2016 Programs