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A Company of Authors

Code:
EVT 637
Day:
Saturday
Date(s):
Oct 24
Time:
1:00—5:00 pm
Location:
FREE ONLINE EVENT; Registration is reqd
Cost:
FREE
Status: Registration opens Aug 17 8:30 am (PT)
For the seventeenth consecutive year, an amazing group of Stanford writers and editors will make a brief presentation about their recently published books.

The authors and editors who are scheduled to present include: Peter N. Carroll (Something is Bound to Break: Poems); Leslie Friedman (The Dancer’s Garden); Cynthia Haven, editor (Conversations with René Girard); Stina Katchadourian, translator of MКrta Tikkanen (The Love Story of the Century); Carol Sklenicka (Alice Adams: Portrait of a Writer); Paul Robinson, presenting John L’Heureux (The Heart is a Full-Wild Beast); Bertrand Patenaude (Defining Moments: The First Hundred Years of the Hoover Institution); Norman Naimark (Stalin and the Fate of Europe); Shaili Jain (The Unspeakable Mind); Elaine Treharne (Text Technologies); Amir Eshel (Poetic Thinking Today); Emanuele Lugli (The Making of Measure and the Promise of Sameness); Debra Meyerson and Danny Zuckerman (Identity Theft: Rediscovering Ourselves after Stroke); Thomas Mullaney, editor (The Chinese Deathscape); Ruchika Tomar (A Prayer for Travelers); Kris Newby (Bitten: The Secret History of Lyme Disease and Biological Weapons); Jo Boaler (Limitless Mind); Elizabeth Tallent (Scratched); Jenny Odell (How to Do Nothing); and Peter Stansky and Fred Leventhal (Leonard Woolf: Bloomsbury Socialist).

This program is hosted by Peter Stansky, Frances and Charles Field Professor of History, Emeritus, Stanford. Drop in, or even better, indulge yourself by spending the entire afternoon in the company of these bright, entertaining, and stimulating writers online. Please note: The schedule is subject to change.

This program is co-sponsored by Stanford Continuing Studies and the Stanford Humanities Center.
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