ARTS @ Oswego

September – October 2013

Sep
11
Wed
Author Hedy Habra (Spanish Reading) @ Room 114, Campus Center
Sep 11 @ 1:50 pm – 2:45 pm

Hedy Habra
HEDY HABRA will present on her book MUNDOS ALTERNOS Y ARTISITICOS EN VARGAS LLOSA. Hedy Habra demuestra la aptitud de los personajes para crear mundos posibles en la obra del Nobel peruano.
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http://hedyhabra.com

Author Hedy Habra (English Reading) @ Room 114, Campus Center
Sep 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Hedy Habra
Hedy Habra, author of Flying Carpets and Tea in Heliopolis takes us on a journey in space and time to Egypt and Lebanon through a storyteller’s and a poet’s eyes.
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http://hedyhabra.com

Sep
25
Wed
Timothy Egan: The Worst Hard Time @ Room 132, Campus Center Auditorium
Sep 25 @ 3:00 pm – 4:20 pm

ORI author Timothy Egan discusses his book, The Worst Hard Time, concerning the Great American Dust Bowl and those who survived it. See the 7:00 PM listing for more information.

Information for obtaining a $1 Visitor Parking Permit is available at http://www.oswego.edu/administration/parking/guests.html

An Evening With 2013 ORI Author Timothy Egan @ Hewitt Union Ballroom
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm

Timothy Egan, author of Worst Hard Time

Timothy Egan, author of Worst Hard Time


This is can’t-put-it-down history. – Walter Cronkite

Timothy Egan, the 2013 Oswego Reading Initiative (ORI) author discusses his book, The Worst Hard Time which won the 2006 National Book Award for nonfiction and about the Dust Bowl. He also shares a 2001 Pulitzer Prize as part of a team of New York Times reporters for their series, “How Race is Lived in America.” Egan is an online, op-ed columnist for the New York Times and a regular contributor to BBC Radio. His most recent book is Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward S. Curtis.

More at TimothyEgan.com

Oct
7
Mon
Living Writers Series Talk: Philip Pardi @ Room 132, Campus Center Auditorium
Oct 7 @ 3:00 pm
Philip Pardi Meditations on Rising and Falling

Philip Pardi: Meditations on Rising and Falling

The Living Writers Series continues with poet Philip Pardi and a discussion about the craft of poetry. His first book, Meditations on Rising and Falling, won the Brittingham Poetry Prize and the Writers’ League of Texas Poetry Award. A former human rights activist and labor organizer, Pardi teaches at Bard College.

For more, read Pardi’s “How a Poem Happens.”