Event | June 7, 2022 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Age of Adolescence
Originally published in 1970, Judy Blume’s Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret, is the story of an eleven-year-old girl who moves from New York…
Over the Water
I recognized something of my own initial reaction to Rohmer, my embrace of the “feel” of his work ahead of its politics.
Slaves to Love
The puzzling aspect of the loneliness of parenthood is that it is compatible with the constant company of the baby. Why is the company of…
More than twenty years after 9/11, the Global War on Terror is now the longest military campaign in American history, dragging on even after last year’s withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. How can writers help us make sense of it? In a conflict this sprawling—one that has remained a distant and remote reality for many Americans—what role should literature play in depicting and redefining the war? Join us on June 7th for a conversation with Peter C. Baker (author of the debut novel Planes, excerpted in issue 26) and Phil Klay (author of the essay “False Witnesses” in issue 27 and the essay collection Uncertain Ground: Citizenship in an Age of Endless, Invisible War) about these questions, their new books and more.
Moderated by Joseph M. Keegin and co-sponsored by the Seminary Co-op.
Online | Tuesday, June 7th
7 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. CT
Register using the form below to receive the Zoom link and bring your questions and thoughts for the open Q&A!