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22 October 2017

"An Atomics of the Self: Czeslaw Milosz's The Captive Mind Re-Revisited- a story of Milosz, communism and the atom bomb in poetry"

Category: Conferences, Lectures, Editorial notes, XXw, Discussion, News, Social history, Political history, Cultural history, Memory studies

 

The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in New York City cordially invites you to the lecture by Prof. Christopher Caes on "An Atomics of the Self: Czeslaw Milosz's The Captive Mind Re-Revisited- a story of Milosz, communism and the atom bomb in poetry".

If you want to attend a lecture make it this one. The Columbia University lecturer will talk about a Nobel Prize winner - poet Czeslaw Milosz.

Christopher Caes completed his Ph.D. in Slavic Studies with a Designated Emphasis in Film Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. His area of research is 20th-century Polish literature, film, and culture, with a particular focus on artistic and cultural perspectives on human identity and behavior under extreme circumstances. His teaching interests include Polish and Russian Language, Slavic Studies, Film Studies, East European History, Science Fiction Studies, and Norse Mythology and Culture. He is also active as a literary translator from Polish to English.

 

Date and Time: Fri, October 27, 2017, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM EDT

Location: PIASA Townhouse, 208 East 30th Street, New York, NY 10016

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