Fashion historian @rebeccatuite discusses her new book about @voguemagazine! 1950s in Vogue: The Jessica Daves Years 1952-1962 Monday, December 9, 2019 6:30–8:00pm @reflexions_nyc RSVP here: https://tinyurl.com/rxao3bb
Flashback to last Friday’s #VCNY Salon with Peter Antelyes, Professor of English & Director of Teaching Development. 📚 Thank you to Julie Horton ‘70 for hosting us! #fbf #vassar #alumni #community #nyc @ Sutton Place, New York
There's nothing like spending a weekend afternoon with a new book, right? Join Kimberly Nguyen '19 at the launch of her new book "Ghosts in the Stalks" tomorrow in LIC! 📚📖📕 This event is free to Vassar alumni and their guests. (Thanks for thinking of Vassar, Kimmie!)
Join us at the book launch of "Ghosts in the Stalks" by Kimberly Nguyen '19 on Saturday! In her new earth-shattering poetry collection, Kimberly boldly confronts identity, history, politics, and language at the intersections of colonialism, intergenerational trauma, and conflict. The poems are both visually stunning and form-defying, breathing life into language that is delightfully haunting and becomes the “ghosts in the stalks”. The poems’ etymological focus and brave willingness to return to the source of trauma redefines and re-appropriates what it means to return to one’s roots and forces the dead past into a painful present. Books may be pre-ordered at kimberlynguyenwrites.com/store/ghost-in-the-stalks-preorders. Kimberly has extended a special 20% discount just for Vassar alumni! To redeem, use code “VASSAR20” at check-out. Please fill out the following Google Form to add your name(s) to the event list. This event is free for Vassar alumni and their guests. Google Form: https://forms.gle/1Fx7rWuz8qKQ3P62A
‼️ 2 spots have become available for this evening’s #VCNY Salon ‼️ “The Subject of/in Comics” with Peter Antelyes, Associate Professor of English and Director of Teaching Development Wine, beer, soft drinks, and hors d’oeuvres will be provided. 6:30pm at Sutton Place Comment below or DM if interested. First come, first served.