“Howe’s brilliant, idiosyncratic essay is—like much of her work—a combination of fierce rigor and deep generosity. Howe unlocks.” —Ben Lerner On August 2, 2017, join poet and essayist Susan Howe, professor and translator Antoine Cazé, and publishers Barbara Epler and Isabella Checcaglini as they discuss Howe’s My Emily Dickinson.
On occasion of the exhibition Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900, organized by the American Federation of Arts and opening at the Denver Art Museum on October 22, Laurence Madeline and Bridget Alsdorf will discuss the work and status of women artists in nineteenth-century Paris and the relationship between that historical ...
Nadia Marzouki will discuss her last book Islam: An American Religion (Columbia University Press, 2017) with Adam Shatz.
Join Charles A. Riley as he offers a fresh examination of both canonic and overlooked writers and artists of the expatriate community in France during the Jazz Age.
Featuring Mary Davis, Anne Fontaine, Laure Heriard Dubreuil, Florence Müller, and Valerie Steele. Moderated by Melissa Ceria.