Jonathan Franzen and Andrew Sullivan
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7:00pm
MainStage, ’62 Center 1000 Main St, Williams College, Williamstown, MA 01267, USA
The Class of '71 Public Affairs Forum is pleased to present a conversation between Jonathan Franzen and Andrew Sullivan on issues of national importance such as the environment, income inequality, and family. Sullivan is a former editor of The Atlantic, author of several books on conservatism and homosexuality. Previously and a blogger for The Daily Beast, Sullivan currently writes his blog, The Dish, on his independent website. Franzen is the author of The Corrections, a National Book Award winner, and most recently, the novel, Freedom. This event is organized by the Lecture Committee and will be moderated by Candis Smith, Assistant Professor of Political Science. Book signing reception to follow.
This event is free but tickets are required. Please call the '62CTD box office at 413-597-2425, Tues - Sat, 1-5 pm or reserve tickets online.
Presented in connection with current initiatives, The Book Unbound and "Why Liberal Arts?: Challenging, Transforming, Connecting".
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American Studies, English, Economics, Environmental Studies, Maritime Studies, Political Science, Lecture Committee, Zilkha Center for Environmental Initiatives, Davis Center, Art History & Studio Art
Tickets are free but required
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