a message from our friends at C.A.N.

CALLING ALL ARTISTS!
(musicians, poets, painters, sculptures, graffiti artists, photographers…)

Sign up now for c.a.n.'s 1st annual
Social Justice Café

Tuesday, November 25, 2008 from 7:30-10 p.m. in thomas hunter hall 105b

Express yourself about the war in iraq, the war in afghanistan, our government, or any other forms of protest art

Hosted by the Campus Antiwar Network

Food and beverages will be provided at your convenience!

please e-mail labenali@aol.com for more info and/or to sign up on the open mic list

We’ve been silenced for too long. now’s our chance to let the voice of the antiwar movement be heard

~C.A.N.

From the English Deptartment:

The Hunter College Department of English & Graduate English Club Presents:

"'Back Pedaling Into Mayflower Time':
Malcolm X, C.L.R. James and the Black Radical Tragic"

a presentation by

Jeremy Glick,
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Hunter College

November 24th, 2008, 7:30PM
11106 Hunter North

Professor Glick couples together some observations on Malcolm X's use of memorable lines from William Shakespeare during his 1964 Oxford Union debate presentation with an introduction to how he is reading C.L.R. James's use of the tragic in his historical writings on the Haitian Revolution. His commentary begins with an extended engagement with Guyanese novelist, critic, and political activist Jan Carew's reflections of his time with Malcolm recorded in Carew's 1994 memoir: Ghosts in Our Blood: With Malcolm X in Africa, England, and the Caribbean. Both Malcolm and James frame the tragic as a term that mines the importance of both the contingent and the strategic in challenging both liberalism and right-wing dominance.

http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/~english/events/Jeremy%20Glick.html

This talk is free and open to the public.