Presented by:Center for Jewish Studies Tickets: Event is free. Tickets Required. Limit of 4 tickets per person . Tickets valid until 4:45PM. How to get tickets:The Harvard Box Office 617-496-2222. Available by phone and internet for a fee.
Art Spiegelman is the Pulitzer Prize-winning Artist/Illustrator and author of Maus, In the Shadow...
Presented by:Office for the Arts in association with the Harvard Alumni Association Admission Free: No Tickets Required; free and open to all Harvard affiliates and the public. Registration is closed, but some seating may be available at the door starting 15 minutes prior to start time. Admission first come, first served, subject to venue capacity. Blog post: Nell Scovell '82: Write now. Sleep later.
Nell Scovell '82—a frequent contributor to Vanity Fair and The New York Times, with TV credits that include “The Simpsons,” “Monk,” “NCIS,” “Late Night with David Letterman” and her own hit series “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch”—says that “what you do with words determines what words do to others; they can be arranged to educate, inspire, and entertain. And you can do all three at once.” Scovell will discuss how to jump between literary genres including journalism, book writing, screenplays, speechwriting and television, each form having its own set of structural rules and stylistic demands. If you are interested in a broad range of writing that includes both fiction and non-fiction, prose and dialogue, this discussion will challenge you to try new genres and expand the way you express yourself.... Read more about writer NELL SCOVELL: “A Way with Words”
Presented by: Harvard Hillel, in association with Learning from Performers, the Jewish Women’s Archive, the Woodberry Poetry Room at Lamont Library and Harvard Divinity School. Tickets: Free (tickets or RSVPs not required; seating first-come, first-served, subject to venue capacity). Location: Harvard Hillel, Rosovsky Hall
Harvard Hillel, in association with Learning from Performers, the Jewish Women’s Archive and the Woodberry Poetry Room at Lamont Library, presents “Divinity School: A Reading and Musical Performance” featuring Alicia Jo Rabins. Introduced by Elisa New, Professor of American Literature at Harvard University, the event will include a reading by Rabins of her poetry collection Divinity School, and a performance of songs from her new recording “Open the Ground” with her band Girls in Trouble, whose music is inspired by stories of women in the Bible.... Read more about poet/singer-songwriter ALICIA JO RABINS