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Friday September 29 at 1:30PM in the Proshansky Auditorium at the Graduate Center Remote Options Available
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Fall GMM


General Membership Meeting on Friday September 29 1:30PM

The Fall General Membership Meeting Agenda includes Greetings from Dean Brian Peterson, Mariel Villeré, and Barbara Marwell, a New Member Video, the Presentation of Amended LP² Guidelines* by Michael Kessler, Vice Chair and Chair of the Guidelines Revision Committee, Strategic Planning Project by Barbara Marwell and the Return of the LP² Art Players with John Becker and Howie Menikoff. The IER Meeting will follow on the topics of the IER Budget Review and the Annual Appeal. A In Memoriam Video will conclude the meeting which will be followed by Refreshments. Read more…
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Fridays@1 | Sept 22


Geraldine Brooks and Her Approach to Historical Fiction

Kicking off Friday@1’s Fall webinar series will be a conversation with Australian-born journalist and prize-winning storyteller, Geraldine Brooks. Member Carolyn Setlow will query Brooks, author of best sellers Horse (her most recent novel), March (for which she won a Pulitzer Prize), Caleb’s Crossing, Year of Wonders, People of the Book, and The Secret Chord, about her approach to historical fiction –  the relationship between fact and fiction in her novels; her choice of time periods, characters, and language; her research process; and the role of historical fiction in our civil dialogue on issues such as race and injustice.  Read more…
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