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Mark Rudd

11 am, Oct 13, 2013 | free
 

The nonviolent activist, math instructor and author speaks as part of Santa Fe's Community Conversations.



Where: Collected Works Bookstore
Phone: 505-988-4226
Address:
202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: www.cwbookstore.com

 

Other events in Books/Lectures

The Power of the Hebrew Alphabet

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014

Gloria Abella Ballen leads the viewer through the meanings of the 22-letters that brought society the stories of Abraham, Moses and the 10 Commandments.

6 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Whence Language? - The Role of Mothers and Infants

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014

Traditionally, (male) anthropologists have attributed the development of language to classically male activities, but Dr. Dean Falk sugggests that the way mothers talk to their infants contributed to the origin of language.

6:30-7:30 pm | $10

New Mexico History Museum

113 Lincoln Ave.
Santa Fe
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Women and Heart Disease

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014

Epidemiology professor emerita Sherry Kelsey speaks about evaluating treatments for heart disease and the need for research on how women's symptoms of heart disease differ from men's.

1-3 pm | $10

St. John's United Methodist Church

1200 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe
Map

Also At Collected Works Bookstore

The Power of the Hebrew Alphabet

Thursday, Sep 18, 2014

Gloria Abella Ballen leads the viewer through the meanings of the 22-letters that brought society the stories of Abraham, Moses and the 10 Commandments.

6 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Muse Times Two

Sunday, Sep 21, 2014
Erin Belieu and Henry Shukman share their poetry in attempts to build a bridge with their audience.
6 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

The Moor's Account

Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014

Laila Lalami shares her historical fiction account of the imagined memoirs of the first black explorer of America, a Moroccan slave whose testimony was left out of the official record.

6 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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