Valerie Alhart is press officer for humanities and broadcast media, and covers humanities and the arts at the University.
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This year’s event was part of “Literary Mews,” a new component of the PEN World Voices Festival organized by the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses.
A powerful and moving drama, the play follows its iconic characters—the dreamer, Tom Wingfield, his crippled sister, Laura, and their overbearing mother, Amanda—as they deal with the disillusionment of the past and attempt to escape to a better future.
A testament to the diversity of books available to English readers, the lists of finalists include poets from China, Romania, and Macedonia, and prose writers from Djibouti, Russia, Iran, and Argentina
Both talks are part of the IPM’s new “In Conversation” series which explores the lives of popular recording artists and their creative process.
Titled “Reformations in Western Thought,” the 2013 installment of the Ferrari Humanities Symposia looks at many of the advances associated with the Protestant Reformation.