Category Archives: Events

Event: Reading Marx (Thinking Critically about Society: Session Three)

karl-marx-hip

Wednesday 17 April, 2013 – 6:30pm: Part three of the four part seminar series, Thinking Critically about Society. This session, led by Michael Frederiksen of the Peace and Justice Center, will discuss some of the key readings of Marxism in a friendly and accessible way.  Continue reading Event: Reading Marx (Thinking Critically about Society: Session Three)

Advertisements

Event: A Celebration of National Poetry Month

POETRY

20 April, 2013 – Old Capitol Books is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a celebration of National Poetry Month on Saturday April 20th, 2013. Come join us for an afternoon and evening of poetry readings with appearances from local poets. Continue reading Event: A Celebration of National Poetry Month

Event: Bill Minor and a Live Jazz Concert

bookStore_eventSATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013 (2:30pm)  – Come enjoy an afternoon reading of selected passages from The Inherited Heart: An American Memoir—not a dry, church-like rendering of text, but a musical presentation of playful and purposeful prose. Short lyric portions of the book are laced with original music and songs—“standards”—from the era depicted in the book: the program’s flexible format shaped to please its audience—the music adding another dimension to and enhancing the words. Continue reading Event: Bill Minor and a Live Jazz Concert

Event: Thinking Critically about Society – Session One: What is Anarchism?

EmmaGoldman2 April, 2013 – What do people mean when they say “Anarchism”? Between the international Occupy movement, and questions surrounding capitalism, Anarchism has been a topic that has been much in the media of 2012. This seminar will introduce you to the philosophies of Anarchism through key readings, and then use these philosophies to discuss current events. Continue reading Event: Thinking Critically about Society – Session One: What is Anarchism?