It was an honor to be featured as a panelist on The Brooklyn Rail’s “Summer Series” conversation on film celebrating the first two issues of the new film section alongside three fabulous writers.
I’m excited to announce I’ll be reading at the 6th Annual Nevada Humanities’ Literary Crawl held in Downtown Reno on Saturday, September 14, 2019.
I’ll be part of a group of UNR MFA students reading from 1:30 – 2:15 PM at Washoe Public House on the subject of “Bodies!”
Looking forward to being part of this great literary event in the Biggest Little City of the World!
On September 15, 2018 I had the extraordinary opportunity of giving a talk at the Benaki Museum in Athens, Greece, where I discussed the 1960 plans of architect Constantinos Doxiadis for Eastwick, Philadelphia, featuring some ‘cameo’ appearances from Robert Kennedy and Kevin Bacon. You can watch the talk here, courtesy the Bodossakis Foundation. Many thanks to Simon Richards and Mantha Zarmakoupi of the Delos Network for inviting me and allowing me to speak on this subject, one that has occupied my globetrotting research for the past three years.
The Delos Network is an initiative sponsored by the UK Arts & Humanities Council, with academic support from University of Birmingham, Loughborough University, and the University of Pennsylvania. This was the second of three conferences to discuss the work of global architect and urban planner Constantinos Doxiadis (1913-1975), the first such conferences in over a decade.
Thanks to the Delos Network and the University of Nevada, Reno, for financially supporting my visit.
On May 11, 2017, I presented my junior research project, “Princeton’s Lost Museum: Arnold Guyot and the History of American Natural Science.”
Watch the talk by following the link below, courtesy of Georgette Chalker.
On February 17, 2017, I will be reading from my fiction thesis along with my classmates as part of the C.K. Williams Reading Series hosted by the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Creative Writing. The event will be held at 6 p.m. at Labyrinth Books. Learn more here. The reading series is held in honor of the late C.K. Williams, a National Book Award-winning poet and longtime Princeton professor and showcases the writing of Princeton undergraduate writers.