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Miller Theatre's Pop-Up Concerts Return with 'Live from Columbia'
December 21, 2020

While the performance was recorded at The Lantern—the beautiful top-floor venue at The Lenfest Center for the Arts—over 300 people tuned in this week to watch the live premiere of the concert together.

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Translation as Storytelling: A Lecture by Associate Professor Susan Bernofsky
December 18, 2020

Bernofsky delivered her lecture, entitled “Translation as Storytelling,” in English with Spanish subtitles accompanying her on screen.

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Professor Phillip Lopate's 'The Glorious American Essay'
December 11, 2020

The Glorious American Essay is “a monumental, canon-defining anthology of three centuries of American essays, from Cotton Mather and Benjamin Franklin to David Foster Wallace and Zadie Smith.

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Alumnae Alex Strada '16 and Tali Keren '16 Continue Lecture-Performance Series, 'Fictive Witness'
December 3, 2020

Adjunct Assistant Professor Alex Strada ’16 and Tali Keren ’16 continued their lecture-performance series, Fictive Witness, with a presentation from interdisciplinary scholar Noliwe Rooks called Accounting for Integration.

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Visual Arts Mentor Mark Dion and Alumnus David Brooks ’09 in ‘The Great Bird Blind Debate’
December 2, 2020

Planting Fields Foundation recently hosted its first ever “slide slam” between Visual Arts Mentor Mark Dion and Alumnus David Brooks ’09 as part of their The Great Bird Blind Debate Exhibition.

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Panel Discussion with Filmmakers of 'Restless River'
December 1, 2020

Ana Ochoa, Professor of Music and Ethnomusicology, recently kicked off a conversation with Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Lucy Tulugarjuk, two of the filmmakers behind Restless River, and Amalia Cordova, Mother Tongue Film Festival, Smithsonian, moderated by filmmaker and curator Cass Gardiner.

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Writing Program Hosts Alumni Poetry Reading Series
November 26, 2020

The Poetry Concentration continued its Alumni Reading Series with readings from William Brewer '14, Adjunct Assistant Professor Monica Ferrell '02, Stefania Heim '04, and Mai Der Vang '14.

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Professor Annette Insdorf Interviews Writer-Director Aaron Sorkin for 'Reel Pieces'
November 24, 2020

Opening the event, Insdorf shared her excitement at having the opportunity to finally interview Sorkin: “I’m being quite honest when I say that Aaron Sorkin is one of the people who I have most wanted to interview, especially with the 92nd Street Y audience.

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