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Saturday October 05
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
"Hybrids of Poetry and Prose" with Jeffrey McDaniel '90 (Writing). Hosted by Rachel Tillman '90 (address will be shared upon registration).
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Saturday October 05
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
"Virtually Yours: Relating and Reality in the Digital Age" with Meghan Jablonski, Psychology. Hosted by Allison Lenk '83 in Belmont (address shared upon registration).
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Wednesday October 16
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
"Towards a Global Modernism" with Sarah Hamill (Art History). Hosted by Stephanie R. Cooper '65, MFA '76 in Columbus Circle. What does it mean to decenter the canon? How best to introduce marginalized voices into traditional narratives of avant-garde art? On the occasion of MoMA's re-opening (on October 21) and reinstallation of its permanent collection to reflect marginalized artists, global narratives of modernism, and alternative histories that lie outside the established canon of modern art, this seminar proposes to think deeply about what it means to challenge received narratives of modern art history.
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Saturday October 19
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
"Longing for the Meaning of Life" with Roland Dollinger (German, Literature). Hosted by Kermit Perlmutter '91 in North Berkeley. Have you ever asked yourself what the meaning and purpose of your life might be? Then you are in the company of some of the most interesting modern philosophers, writers, and psychotherapists such as Heidegger, Hesse or C.G. Jung who all began their intellectual careers in the shadow of Nietzsche's famous dictum that "God is dead" and sought different ways to overcome such nihilism. Professor Dollinger will introduce his recently published book "Sehnsucht nach Sinn" [Longing for the Meaning of Life] in which he analyzes the works of nine different modern authors who were all intrigued by the question of what the meaning of life in modernity might be.
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Sunday October 20
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
"Longing for the Meaning of Life" with Roland Dollinger (German, Literature). Hosted by Jo Schiff '57 in Beverly Hills (address will be shared upon registration). Have you ever asked yourself what the meaning and purpose of your life might be? Then you are in the company of some of the most interesting modern philosophers, writers, and psychotherapists such as Heidegger, Hesse or C.G. Jung who all began their intellectual careers in the shadow of Nietzsche's famous dictum that "God is dead" and sought different ways to overcome such nihilism. Professor Dollinger will introduce his recently published book "Sehnsucht nach Sinn" [Longing for the Meaning of Life] in which he analyzes the works of nine different modern authors who were all intrigued by the question of what the meaning of life in modernity might be.
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Tuesday October 29
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
"The Brain According to Oliver Sacks" with Cecilia Phillips Toro (Biology)
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