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Wednesday, August 6, 2014
6:30 p.m.Social Insecurity: 401(k)s and the Retirement Crisis, with James W. Russell, an authority on retirement policy in the United States, Europe, and Latin America and the author of eight books, including "Double Standard."
This illustrated lecture tells the story of a massive and international retirement robbery—a substantial transfer of wealth from everyday workers to Wall Street financiers via tremendously costly hidden fees. The sociologist puts into plain language for ordinary Americans the arcane terminology used by retirement-fund managers, and uses his own real-life experiences to build an empathetic bond with an anxiety-laden audience. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Libr…
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Thursday, August 7, 2014
6:30 p.m.Point of View New York City: A Visual Game of the City You Think You Know, with Janko Puls, photographer and writer.
Photographs of New York City taken from unusual angles, or ones that give a hint about the location through an easily overlooked detail are exposed. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: August Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Monday, August 11, 2014
6:30 p.m."New York Power," with Joseph J Cunningham, coauthor of a definitive three-volume "History of the New York City Subway System."
This illustrated lecture explains the birth, development, and growth of the New York City electric power system and although it centers on New York City in general and Manhattan in particular, it is really telling the story of the electric power system that served as the prototype for such development in many urban centers elsewhere. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: Au…
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Tuesday, August 12, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Language Hoax: Why the World Looks the Same in Any Language, with John H. McWhorter, Professor of Linguistics at Columbia University and author of many books, including "The Power of Babel: A Natural History of Language."
In this illustrated lecture, the linguist celebrates the diversity of languages and the cultures that speak them. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: August Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Thursday, August 14, 2014
6:30 p.m.Tomorrow-Land: The 1964-65 World's Fair and the Transformation of America, with Joseph Tirella, a Queens-born writer, editor and a widely published journalist, who has covered Queens, N.Y., for the New York Times’ City section.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the New York World’s Fair, this illustrated lecture follows New York’s fair from its earliest days as a seed of an idea to 18 months after the last visitor left the fairgrounds and the land was rechristened Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and ties the fair to many of the significant events of the turbulent 1960s. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occ…
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Monday, August 18, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Race Underground: Boston, New York, and the Incredible Rivalry That Built America's First Subway, with Doug Most, a veteran journalist and now a deputy managing editor at The Boston Globe.
This illustrated lecture explores the feuds, debates, obstacles and momentous achievements that ultimately led to the building of the first two subways in America. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: August Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014
6:30 p.m.Kitty Genovese: The Murder, The Bystanders, the Crime that Changed America, with Kevin Cook, a journalist and the award-winning author of "Titanic Thompson" and "Tommy’s Honor."
This illustrated lecture re-examines the Kitty Genovese murder in Kew Gardens in March 1964 and clears up the misconceptions surrounding the famous New York City murder case. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: August Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Birth of Electric Traction: The Extraordinary Life and Times of Inventor Frank Julian Sprague, with John L. Sprague, the author of "Revitalizing US Electronics: Lessons from Japan."
In this illustrated lecture, the speaker discusses the importance of 'the father of electric traction,' his grandfather, to New York City and the electrification of Grand Central Terminal and to electric transportation systems, both vertical and horizontal, and industry all across America and much of the rest of the world. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: August Events…
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
6:30 p.m.Changing the Way We Die: Compassionate End of Life Care and The Hospice Movement, with Fran Smith, a prize-winning journalist, writer, editor, writing coach, and communications consultant.
This illustrated lecture offers comfort and realistic advice for dealing with life beyond the vitality of youth. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: August Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
6:30 p.m.Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America, with Donald L. Miller, the John Henry MacCracken Professor of History at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania and a prominent biographer and historian.
This illustrated lecture is the story of Manhattan’s growth and transformation in the 1920s and the brilliant people behind it. Nearly all of the makers of modern Manhattan came from elsewhere. It transports the audience to that time and to the city which outsiders embraced. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our August Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: August Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
6:30 p.m.Roof Explorer's Guide: 101 New York City Rooftops with Leslie Adatto, who blogs about New York City rooftops (lookingupwithleslie.com) and organizes two active Meetup groups.
This Illustrated lecture showcases a dazzling array of surprising rooftop escapes in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx, from hotel rooftop bars and restaurants to elevated parks to museums, theaters, green roofs and elevated farms. It features rooftop classes, entertainment and sports. Find out what else is occurring at Mid Manhattan here: September Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014
6:30 p.m. "Mad World: An Oral History of the New Wave Artists and Songs That Defined 1980s," with Lori Majewski, a cofounder and editor-in-chief of "Teen People" and an executive editor of "Entertainment Weekly" and "Us Weekly."
This illustrated lecture explores the important post-punk period known as "the Second British Invasion of America," and reveals why it is beloved by fans of all ages, yet often overlooked by "serious" music critics. The making of the book, which features all-new interviews with Duran Duran, New Order, The Smiths, Tears For Fears, Depeche Mode, Adam and the Ants, Devo, ABC, A Flock of Seagulls, INXS, and more, is also discussed. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ th…
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Thursday, September 4, 2014
6:30 p.m.Seriously Not All Right : Five Wars in Ten Years, with Ron Capps, the founder and director of the Veterans Writing Project.
This lecture presents a work that is part military and diplomatic memoir, and part story of personal redemption and service after service. His story, and that of his recovery, is a sobering reminder of the cost of all wars, even those that appeared in the media and to the general public as mere sidelines in the unfolding drama of world events. As both a senior military intelligence officer for the Army and as an observer for the U.S. Department of State, he was witness to some of the most deva…
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Monday, September 8, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Mother Court: Tales of Cases that Mattered in America's Greatest Trial Court, with James D. Zirin, an American lawyer, writer and cable TV talk show host, who is currently Senior Counsel in the New York office of the law firm Sidley Austin LLP.
This talk chronicles the history of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, the most influential District court in the United States, from the perspective of a practicing attorney, who has argued many cases before some of its most esteemed judges. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: September Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Tuesday, September 9, 2014
6:30 p.m.Canceled
Battle For Ground Zero: Inside the Political Struggle To Rebuild the World Trade Center, with Elizabeth Greenspan, writer and urban anthropologist currently teaching at Harvard University.
This illustrated lecture explores the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site and the controversies that embroiled it, robbing the country of the closure it so desperately sought. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: September Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Wednesday, September 10, 2014
6:30 p.m."The Way to Go: Moving by Sea, Land, and Air," with Kate Ascher, who serves on the faculty of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and manages Buro Happold's North American Cities practice.
This illustrated lecture explores our incredible interconnected world; it is a graphic guide that reveals the highly complex and largely invisible network of global transportation. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: September Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Monday, September 15, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Road to HELP: The Revolution in Charity, Philanthropy, and International Development, with Miles Wortman, a noted expert on philanthropy and economic development.
This illustrated lecture explores how philanthropy and international development, HELP, has emerged into a major industry, comprising some 10% of the American economy. HELP is dominated by a new class of the megawealthy, their foundations, non-government organizations, marketing and other private interests, changing the political landscape. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhatt…
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
6:30 p.m.Caffeinated: How Our Daily Habit Helps, Hurts and Hooks Us, with Murray Carpenter, a freelance journalist, who focuses on science and environmental stories.
This illustrated lecture explores why caffeine has such a powerful effect on everything from boosting our mood to improving our athletic performance, as well as how—and why—brands such as Coca-Cola have ducked regulatory efforts for decades. The differences in the various ways caffeine is delivered to the body, how it is quietly used to reinforce our buying patterns, and how it can play a role in promoting surprising health problems like obesity and anxiety, are revealed. Use this quick list to…
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Monday, September 22, 2014
6:30 p.m.Postponed
"Among the Ruins: Syria Past and Present," with Christian C. Sahner, an historian of the Middle East.
This illustrated lecture provides a snapshot of Syria on the eve of war, through the eyes of a young American traveling through the Middle East, and attempts to explain Syria's current predicament by reflecting on the long-term historical trends that have shaped the country over centuries. It is an introduction to the full sweep of Syrian history, from the rise of Christianity and Islam to the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and the current civil war.
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6:30 p.m.What Stays in Vegas: The World of Personal Data – Lifeblood of Big Business –and the End of Privacy as We Know It, with Adam Tanner, a fellow at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University.
In this illustrated lecture, the journalist explores the Wild West of data capture and all the ways our personal information is driving commerce, whether we know it—and like it—or not. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: September Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Tuesday, September 23, 2014
6:30 p.m.Forgotten Queens, with Kevin Walsh, a legendary tour guide, whose blog, Forgotten New York, has twice been ranked by the Village Voice in their Best of NYC list.
This illustrated lecture shows New York's largest borough between the years 1920 and 1950, when it was adorned with some of the finest model housing and planned communities anywhere in the country. Through vintage photographs, the five wards of Queens are highlighted for their unique character, and histories. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: September Events Calend…
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Monday, September 29, 2014
6:30 p.m.La Belle Créole: Rediscovering the life of a Cuban-born star of 19th century Parisian society – Mercedes Santa Cruz, Comtesse Merlin
The M i d - M a n h a t t a n L i b r a r y in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month welcomes Alina García-Lapuerta presenting an illustrated talk on her book La Belle Créole Rediscovering the Life of a Cuban-born Star of 19th Century Parisian Society Mercedes Santa Cruz, Comtesse Merlin The adventurous woman nicknamed La Belle Créole is brought to life in this illustrated lecture through the full use of her memoirs, contemporary accounts, and her intimate letters. T…
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Tuesday, September 30, 2014
6:30 p.m.Canceled
The Empire of Necessity: Slavery, Freedom, and Deception in the New World, with Greg Grandin, a Professor of History at New York University and the author of "Fordlandia."
This talk portrays the story of a remarkable slave rebellion that illuminates America’s struggle with slavery and freedom during the Age of Revolution and beyond. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our September Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: September Events Calendar 2014.pdf
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Wednesday, October 1, 2014
6:30 p.m.Mother of Invention: How the Government Created 'Free-Market' Health Care, with Robert Field, Professor of Law and Professor of Health Management and Policy at Drexel University and Lecturer in Health Care Management at the Wharton School.
In this illustrated lecture, a nationally recognized expert on health policy and public health talks about the long history of government involvement in the U.S. healthcare system. Four key sectors of the U.S. healthcare industry - pharmaceuticals, hospitals, the medical profession, and private insurance - were built up by the federal government and this history must be understood before the possibilities of meaningful reform can be realized. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our Octobe…
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Thursday, October 2, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Silver Age of DC Comics, with Paul Levitz, who has worked as editor/publisher of “The Comic Reader,“ editor of the Batman titles and others.
This illustrated lecture explores the origins of comics’ most enduring legends and the behind-the-scenes stories of the men and women who created them. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here:OCTOBER EVENTS CALENDAR 2014.pdf The New York Public Library does not endorse any organization, product or individual. Library sponsorship of a program does not constit…
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Tuesday, October 7, 2014
6:30 p.m.An American Bride in Kabul: A Memoir, with Phyllis Chesler, an Emerita Professor of Psychology and Women's Studies at City University of New York, best-selling author, legendary feminist leader, and psychotherapist.
This talk focuses on her marriage to an Afghan man and her experiences living in Afghanistan during the early 1960s. Once in Afghanistan, the author, a Jew, became part of a harem and learned about what life was like for many Afghan women living under the rule of Muslim fundamentalists. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here:OCTOBER EVENTS CALENDAR 2014.pdf…
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Wednesday, October 8, 2014
6:30 p.m.Hello American Lady Creature: What I Learned as a Woman in Qatar, with Lisa L. Kirchner, a freelance journalist, the memoirs editor for the New York Writer’s Workshop literary magazine, "Ducts," and a storytelling coach with "the Moth."
This illustrated lecture provides an insight into Middle Eastern culture, after 9/11 and before the first al-Qaeda-urged, anti-Western bombing in Qatar in 2005. She discusses her memoir and describes her feminist foibles while living in Qatar as newly single and her personal journey in rebuilding her life. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here:OCTOBER EVENTS CALENDAR 201…
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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
6:30 p.m.America's Romance with the English Garden, with Thomas J. Mickey, Professor Emeritus of Communication Studies at Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, Massachusetts, a graduate of Harvard University's Landscape Institute and a garden columnist.
This illustrated lecture features the story of the beginnings of the modern garden industry in the 1890s when mass advertising, faster printing, national magazines, and free rural mail delivery made it possible to publish seed and nursery catalogs by the millions and send them across the country. The catalogs encouraged the romantic English garden style in essays, illustrations, and ads. The principle elements of that English garden design included the lawn, small groupings of flowering shrubs…
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Thursday, October 16, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Muslims are Coming! Islamophobia, Extremism, and the Domestic War on Terror, with Arun Kundnani, an Adjunct Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, who teaches terrorism studies at John Jay College.
Based on several years of research and reportage from Texas and New York to Yorkshire, the New York based scholar tackles the growing Islamophobia in Britain and the United States. He gives a critique of counter-radicalization strategies, focusing particularly on the surveillance of American Muslims and exposes the hypocrisy of the states fighting terror and their misguided attempts to stem the tide of radicalization. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library…
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Monday, October 20, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Temptation of Despair: Tales of the 1940s, with Werner Sollors, Professor of English Literature and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University.
This illustrated lecture explores coming to terms with the mid-1940s, the contradictory emotions of a defeated people—sorrow and anger, guilt and pride, despondency and resilience—as well as the ambiguities and paradoxes of Allied victory and occupation. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here:OCTOBER EVENTS CALENDAR 2014.pdf The New York Public Library doe…
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Thursday, October 23, 2014
6:30 p.m. "The Suppressed Memoirs of Mabel Dodge Luhan: Sex, Syphilis, and Psychoanalysis in the Making of Modern American Culture," with Lois Palken Rudnick, professor emerita of American studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Mabel Dodge Luhan (1879–1962) was a mover and shaker of the modern world, whose claims to fame began in her radical Greenwich Village salon in the 1910s and increased after she married her fourth husband, Antonio Lujan, a Taos Pueblo Indian, and began a utopian community that brought leading figures in painting, photography, music, dance and Native American rights activism to her estate in northern New Mexico (1918 - 1947). In this illustrated lecture, the well-known biographer and cultural crit…
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Saturday, October 25, 2014
12 noonFESTIVAL DE LA PALABRA NEW YORK
FESTIVAL DE LA PALABRA - NEW YORK - OCTOBER 23-26, 2014 The Celebrated International Conference for Writers, Book Publishers and Reading Enthusiasts focused on Latin America, Spain, France and the U.S., will hold its 3rd Annual Edition in New York La celebrada conferencia internacional de escritores, editores de libros y estusiastas de la lectura realizará su 3ra edición anual en Nueva York, centrada en America Latina, España, Francia y los Estados Unidos . October 23rd through 26th, 2014, a…
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Monday, October 27, 2014
6:30 p.m.The GMO Deception: What You Need to Know about the Food, Corporations, and Government Agencies Putting Our Families and Our Environment at Risk, with Dr. Sheldon Krimsky, the Lenore Stern Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences at Tufts University.
Seventy-five percent of processed foods on supermarket shelves—from soda to soup, crackers to condiments—contain genetically engineered ingredients. This illustrated lecture explores the long-term effects of these foods on human health and ecology and the public concern that has been steadily intensifying because so many of these effects are unknown. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-…
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014
6:30 p.m.Fluid New York: Cosmopolitan Urbanism and the Green Imagination, with May Joseph, Professor of Social Science at the Pratt Institute and the founder of Harmattan Theater.
This visual presentation explores the many ways that the city and its citizens have begun to incorporate the urban archipelago ecology into plans for a livable and sustainable future. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here:OCTOBER EVENTS CALENDAR 2014.pdf The New York Public Library does not endorse any organization, product or individual. Library sponsorsh…
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Wednesday, October 29, 2014
6:30 p.m.A Country of Cities: A Manifesto for an Urban America, with Vishaan Chakrabarti, Partner, SHoP Architects and Professor, Columbia University.
This illustrated lecture argues that well-designed cities are the key to solving America's great national challenges: environmental degradation, unsustainable consumption, economic stagnation, rising public health costs, and decreased social mobility. If we develop them wisely in the future, our cities can be the force leading us into a new era of progressive and prosperous stewardship of our nation. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the librar…
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Thursday, October 30, 2014
6:30 p.m.Life After Faith: The Case for Secular Humanism, with Philip Kitcher, John Dewey Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University and the author of sixteen books.
In this talk, the speaker constructs an original and persuasive secular perspective, and offers a positive alternative—how anyone might live a fulfilling life without the support of religious beliefs. He argues that secular humanism is positive, it answers human needs, recognizes the objectivity of values, and provides for the universal desire for meaningfulness. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our October Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog. The New York Public Librar…
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Monday, November 3, 2014
6:30 p.m.Postponed
"Catskill Resorts: Lost Architecture of Paradise," with Ross Padluck, an architect based in Manhattan and a photographer, whose interests include old buildings and mid-century design.
This illustrated lecture takes a step back in time to revisit the architectural legacy of what was once most famed resort destination in the world, the Catskills. New York's bygone Borscht Belt district helped shape American culture and history. This presentation relives the stories behind the the majestic mountain houses of the nineteenth century and the glamorous mid-century hotels of the Borscht Belt: Grossinger’s, the Concord, and the Nevele, the theaters and nightclubs, the lavish lobbies…
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014
6:30 p.m.The Book of Eggs: A Life-Size Guide to the Eggs of Six Hundred of the World’s Bird Species, with Mark E. Hauber, professor in the Animal Behavior and Conservation Program at Hunter College, City University of New York.
This illustrated lecture introduces the audience to eggs from many species—some endangered or extinct—from around the world. Most are housed at Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our November Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog.
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Wednesday, November 5, 2014
6:30 p.m."Jim Henson: The Biography," with Brian Jay Jones, award-winning writer and biographer and president of Biographers International Organization
This illustrated lecture features one of the twentieth century’s most innovative creative artists: the incomparable, irreplaceable Jim Henson. It is an up-close look at the charmed life of the legend, a man whose joyful genius transcended age, language, geography, and culture—and continues to beguile audiences worldwide. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our November Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog.
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Thursday, November 6, 2014
6:30 p.m.Brunch: A History, with Farha Ternikar, an associate professor of Sociology at Le Moyne College where she teaches Food and Culture, Gender and Society and the Sociology of Food.
This illustrated lecture provides a global and social history of the meal including brunch in the United States, Western Europe, South Asia and the Middle-East and takes us on a tour of a modern meal around the world. Use this quick list to reserve copies of our November Author @ the Library titles in the library catalog.
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