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The City and Humanities Fall 2019 Calendar

Added January 22nd, 2014 at 12:30 pm

The City and Humanities Program – Fall 2019
Thursdays: 12:30 – 1:45PM
Joseph McElligott:
Carman Hall – Room 352 – Phone: 718-960-8680
Office Hours: Thursdays, 4PM -5PM

Location of Events: The Studio Theatre or The Lovinger Theatre (TBA).

9/12 – A demanding discussion and screening with the Director of A Man on Fire, Joel Fendelman, a discussion that White America is hesitant to have. The Studio Theatre

9/19 – Join author De’Shawn Charles Winslow who was born and raised in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. He is a 2017 graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and holds a BFA in creative writing and an MA in English literature from Brooklyn College. He lives in New York. In West Mills. The Studio Theatre

9/26 – The Bronx Entrepreneurs Panel, Special guests from The Lit Bar and the owners of La Morada Restaurant. The Studio The Studio Theatre

10/3 – Huracan Dance Company – Performance & Workshops Huracan Dance Company is a comprised of professional seasoned dancers that have part taken in a variety of different dance projects throughout the world. Huracan Dancers have performed in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and all over the United States. Huracan also were featured dancers at the 32 annual Salsa Festival at the Barclays Center. The Studio Theatre

10/10 – Latina Woman’s Poetry + Workshops – Co-Sponsored by The City and Humanities Program. The Studio Theatre

10/24 – Niall Connolly – Urban lecturer and musician discusses and performs selections from his latest tour. The Studio Theatre

10/31 – Playwright Seamus Scanlon, Reading and Performance of The McGowan Trilogy: Three Inter-Related One Act Plays. The Studio Theatre

11/7 – “Women Who Have Overcome Special Event Series”  Part III – Theresa Sareo, Disability and social justice advocate.

“Nine months to day after 9/11 and nine months to day before initiation of the Iraq War, I was waiting to cross the street at a busy Manhattan intersection near my apartment. I had stayed up late the night before putting the finishing touches on a press kit for a booking agent. And I really wanted this press kit in this agent’s hands as soon as possible, so I felt bringing it to him personally would be much more effective than waiting on the mail. It seemed to be a day just like any other.” The Studio Theatre

11/14 – Yuri Juarez and His Afro-Peruvian Band. The Studio Theatre

11/21 – Pulitzer Prize Winner, Jim Dwyer, New York Times Columnist and members of the wrongfully convicted and incarcerated Central Park Five. The Lovinger Theatre

12/5 – Pianist Baron Fenwick and The Musical and Social History of New York’s Lower East Side. The Studio Theatre