Hello Hi There

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Hello Hi There By Annie Dorsen Tickets: $20; $5 Bard community Discussion after the 6 pm performance with Annie Dorsen and Maria Sachiko Cecire, coordinator of the Bard Experimental Humanities Program and assistant professor of literature Hello Hi There uses the famous … Continued

Close Reading Media Series: Infographics

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Session with Professor O’Hara, Computer Science In these six short Monday sessions, Bard faculty explain how to close read different media. Useful for courses across the college, as well as for a more critical approach to the media you encounter … Continued

The Silent History

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Please join the Written Arts program and the Experimental Humanities concentration for a reading of THE SILENT HISTORY “A groundbreaking novel, written and designed specially for iPad and iPhone, that uses serialization, exploration, and collaboration to tell the story of … Continued

Cognitive Science of Poetry and Perception

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Lecture by Pireeni Sundaralingam Award-winning poet and cognitive scientist Pireeni Sundaralingam will present a concise lecture, Cognitive Science of Poetry and Perception, followed by a reception and open discussion regarding the challenge of writer’s block, the publication of her most recent … Continued

Thinking the City: Literature, Theory, Visual Arts

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A Cross-Disciplinary Workshop for Students and Faculty This day-long workshop brings together Bard faculty and students to explore a range of questions on teaching and learning about cities in an academic context. We will ask: How do the reading of … Continued

Let’s Get Ratchet: Theorizing Digital Black Feminisms

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Talk by Brittney Cooper Brittney Cooper is Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University, and co-founder of the Crunk Feminist Collective. Her research interests include using Black feminist thought to understand contemporary articulations of … Continued

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