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February 21st, 2017

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February 19th, 2017

The Dance of the Dissident Daughter by Sue Monk Kidd: 

This book taught me to think critically about the world by first thinking critically about my own life and my own experience. Kidd's biographical account of her feminine spiritual awakening resonated with my own experience, and taught me that reading can unlock entire parts of your experience that have been dying to surface, but have never had the...

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February 18th, 2017

From Argentinian writer, journalist, and translator Pola Oloixarac. Pola will discuss her novel, Savage Theories, with Victoria Saramago on Wed. 2/22 6pm at the Co-op:

On the 1970s Dirty War in Argentina: How we deal with the political burden of the Dirty War years is a big locus of contemporary...

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February 17th, 2017

Rachel Branham is an artist educator. She is interested in art making as a tool for self-expression and social justice, and believes that project-based, individualized and holistic education is a human right for all young people. She'll be discussing her graphic memoir, What's So Great About Art, Anyway?: A Teacher's Odyssey, with Bill Ayers at 57th Street...

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February 16th, 2017

Tara Betts is a local author and professor. She's been a part of a number of events at the Co-op and 57th Street, and will next join us on Thu. 2/23 6pm at 57th Street for a discussion with Kristiana Rae Colón.

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February 15th, 2017

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February 14th, 2017

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February 12th, 2017


Sarah Hammerschlag is a scholar in the area of Religion, Literature, and Visual Culture, and the author of Broken Tablets: Levinas, Derrida and the Literary Afterlife of Religion. Join her for a discussion of the book Tue. 2/21/2017 at the Co-op. ...

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