We’re returning to Achille Mbembe’s “Necropolitics” to discuss the political power over who is allowed to live and who must die. Continue reading Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Achille Mbembe
The Theory and Philosophy Reading Group will knuckle down this summer and focus in on Kant’s ‘The Critique of Pure Reason,’ sometimes called the first Critique. Discussions will be facilitated by Robert Kuhry, are free, and open to everyone. Continue reading Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Kant (four part series)
Burn, a Dialogue with a Demon Priest, encapsulates the essence of Janice’s book, ‘Resurrections in the Dark’, and is a commemoration of its launch. Burn speaks to such topical issues as gender inequality, addiction, single parenthood, and domestic violence, beckoning themes such as forgiveness, self-discovery, healing, and connection. Continue reading Burn, a multimedia literary performance
Come join poets Sara Taylor and Kim Shuck for an evening of poetry, jazz music, and coffee.
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