Our next "Humanities in Community" talk at the  Goodman Community Center, Madison, WI 53704

Free public lecture/discussion:

Monday, February 14, 2022, 6 PM:

 

Poetry Reading and Flannery O'Connor's short story:

"Good Country People"


See the attached flyer for detail regarding this discussion and readings with  Rita Mae Reese, award winning author of the "Book of Hulga" and the Literary Arts Director of the Arts & Literature Laboratoy in Madison, WI

 

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MASKS REQUIRED FOR ATTENDANCE IN-PERSON 

Also check this web page for the following updates:

  • Copy this ZOOM LINK for virtual participation in Monday's lecture:
  • Current COVID-19 protocols for attendance at the Goodman Community Center (GCC)
  • Postponements due to weather.

 

In addition to the detail on the flyer attached below, see copious background material on O'Connor posted here from our  2019 lecture on O'Connor. 

 

Also see details here regarding our regular Tuesday morning discussions alternating weekly between POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY and SHORT FICTION. 

 

Flannery O'Connor's "Good Country People
Rita Mae Reese will present a Goodman Center "Humanities in Community" lecture and discussion at 6 PM on Monday, February 14, 2022, as part of its monthly series at 149 Waubesa Street (Ironworks Building, usually in the Bolz A room) in Madison, WI.

MASKS required for IN-PERSON attendance. Refer to this web page to confirm dates, current protocols and any virtual options.

Click on the link below for much more detail from the flyer.
Flannery-pages-1 2-2022.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.4 MB]

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