Part of the city-wide reading program “Lake Forest Reads: Ragdale 2014,” join us for a screening of The Magnificent Seven in McCormick Auditorium, with introduction/discussion from Professor of Philosophy Janet McCracken.
Part of the city-wide reading program “Lake Forest Reads: Ragdale 2014,” listen to a presentation by Betty Jane Schultz Hollender Professor of Economics Carolyn Tuttle.
It’s a William S. Burroughs celebration! Join Anne Waldman, co-founder with Allen Ginsberg of the celebrated Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University, with collaborator Ambrose Bye, for a session of new experimental writing–political, Buddhist, feminist–with a text inspired by Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs’s The Yage Letters.
Screening of “A Better Life” and discussion with the filmmaker Dan Kolen.
This film examines the effects of American immigration policy by documenting the experiences of three Mexican immigrants in the Chicagoland area.