Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Bingham Humanities Lecture and Poetry Reading

On THURSDAY, 22 September at 6 pm in Ballroom A at the University Club,

Bingham Distinguished Humanities Professor URSULA KING

will speak on "Hinduism, Women and Human Rights." For more info visit this link

THE SAME NIGHT AT 7:30 in the Bingham Poetry Room, the Departments of English and Claissical and Modern Languages, and the Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society present A READING BY HAVA PINCHAS-COHEN

Israeli poet Hava Pinchas-Cohen has published several award-winning books of poetry, including 2002's MESSIAH, which won the Alternan Poetry Award. Other award-winning collections include POEMS OF ORPHEA (Prime Minister's Award and Kugel Prize for Literature), RIVER AND FORGETFULNESS (Akum Book of the Year), and MOSTLY COLOR (Yeruchan Luria Award). She is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of DIMUI: A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, THE ARTS, AND JEWISH CULTURE.

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