Catherine Millet is a French writer, art critic, curator, and founder and editor of the magazine Art Press, which focuses on modern art and contemporary art. She is the author of numerous books, among which her hugely successful memoirs, The Sexual Life of Catherine M. (2001).
Co-sponsored by the Committee on Medieval Studies, Harvard Program in Folklore and Mythology, the Harvard Provostial Fund, the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, the Committee on the Study of Religion, and the Royal Gustav Adolf Academy (Uppsala). For more information, please refer to the conference website.
Newpoli is a Southern Italian Folk Music Ensemble. Founded in 2003, “Newpoli's music is an exciting journey through time, culture and musical styles. The South of Italy has a colorful past with influences from Africa, the Middle East and ancient Greece; all of these influences can be heard in traditional Southern Italian dance music and songs. Open to the Harvard community only. Funded by a grant from the Lauro De Bosis Committee.
Music Room, Rochanbeau House, 84 Prospect St, Providence, RI
The Department of Hispanic Studies, the Urban Studies Program and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies of Brown University present Justin Read, Associate Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures, SUNY Buffalo. For more information please contact: Hispanic_Studies @brown.edu.
Harvard-Yenching Institute Auditorium, 2 Divinity Ave
Julia Kristeva, born in Bulgaria, has lived and worked in France since 1966. She is a writer, psychoanalyst, and Professor Emerita of the University of Paris 7-Diderot, and a member of the Psychoanalytic Society of Paris. She has received Honorary Doctorates from numerous universities in the United States, Canada, and Europe where she teaches regularly. She was elected in France as an Officier de la Légion d’Honneur, Commandeur de l'Ordre du Mérite in 2011; the first Laureate of the Holberg Prize in 2004 (created by the Norwegian government to make up for the...