Please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, for Rashida Shaw‘s In Theory lecture: Introducing Theatrical Postmodernism: Mabou Mines DollHouse. The lecture will be in Downey House 113 at 4:15.
Lecture: Kirill Medvedev–“It’s No Good” 4/17, 4:15 p.m.
“It’s no Good”
April 17th at 4:15 PM in Fisk 210
A reading by the poet and activist from Moscow and his translator, Keith Gessen
Kirill Medvedev is a poet and socialist activist from Moscow. He is the founder of the Free Marxist Press and the author, most recently, of It’s No Good: Poems/Essays/Actions. He has opted out of the literary world by refusing to copyright his works; the copyright page of It’s No Good reads “Copyright denied by Kirill Medvedev, 2012,” and the Moscow (NLO) edition of his works is titled “Without Permission of the Author.” Kirill is also the lead singer of Arkady Kots, a protest rock band.
“He comes across as a shambling holy fool, an unkempt mix of Roberto Benigni and Gary Shteyngart. He throws complicated moral thunder. . . . Medvedev’s unrhymed, come-as-you-are poems (he is a translator of Charles Bukowski) reject romanticism of any sort.” — Dwight Garner, The New York Times.
Keith Gessen is a founding editor of n+1 and Kirill Medvedev’s translator; he has also translated Ludmilla Petrushevskaya and Vladimir Sorokin. He writes about Russia for the New Yorker and the London Review of Books.
Sponsored by the Russian Department. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
CHUM Monday Night Lecture Series: Prof. Dara Orenstein — Tonight 6 p.m.
CHUM Lecture — Feb. 4, 6 p.m.
Talk on Race and Reproductive Technologies–Thurs., Jan. 30 at 4:15 p.m.
Please note this interdisciplinary talk: Camisha Russell from the Pennsylvania State University philosophy department will speak on “Race: How it Matters in Reproductive Technologies”. The talk will take place Thursday afternoon (January 31) at 4:15 in the Russell House.
In Theory Lecture by Prof. Lucy Guenova — “Introducing Immanuel Kant,” Wed., Jan. 30 at 4:15 p.m.
The Certificate Program in Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory would like to invite you to this semester’s “In Theory” lecture series. You can find the complete schedule here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/theory/InTheoryLectureSeries.pdf
Lucy Guenova will present the first lecture, Introducing Immanuel Kant, this Wednesday, January 30, at 4:15 in Downey House 113.
International Microfinance with Shivani Siroya ’04 and InVenture — 12/4, 5 p.m.
Revolutionizing the financial services sector by creating greater transparency and access
Shivani Siroya ’04, CEO and founder of InVenture, unleashes the potential of developing entrepreneurs to lift themselves and their communities out of poverty by leveraging mobile technology to create credit scores for unbanked individuals around the world.
WHEN: Tuesday, December 4, 5pm WHERE: Allbritton 311
Networking reception to follow
To register contact email@example.com
The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship www.wesleyan.edu/patricelli