Later this month, an event that promises to be very enjoyable and interesting! Columbia/Barnard-based, but open to everyone...
"Fear of Flying"
Can a Feminist Classic Be an American Classic?
Friday, March 28, 2008, 2-8pm, Social Hall at Union Theological Seminary, 3041 Broadway at 121st St.
Marianne Hirsch, Institute for Research on Women and Gender
Michael Ryan, Columbia University Libraries
2:15-3:30pm Fear of Flying at 35
Moderated by Natalie Kampen, Barnard Center for Research on Women
Susan Rubin Suleiman, writer and critic, Harvard University
Shelley Fisher Fishkin, writer and critic, Stanford University
Aoibheean Sweeney, novelist, CUNY Graduate Center
3:45–5pm Can a Feminist Classic be an American Classic?
Moderated by Margo Jefferson, journalist, Columbia University School of the Arts
Min Jin Lee, novelist
Nancy K. Miller, writer and critic, CUNY Graduate Center
Rebecca Traister, journalist, salon.com
Erica Jong in conversation with Jenny Davidson, Columbia University
Hope to see some of you there...