Sept. 2 Launch of Birmingham Reads with Imani Perry’s South to America as First Title; Kick Off Event at Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Ashley M Jones, poet laureate of Alabama and co-chapter leader of PEN Birmingham, said: “By reading one book of fiction or nonfiction in one given year and then discussing… More
Birmingham Reads: A City-Wide Read Kickoff Event
Reading for Justice: Confronting Mass Incarceration in the South
In Translation: Reading and Discussion
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Outstanding piece by @andreacgore, Vacek Chair in pharmacology/professor of psychology at UT-Austin, defending faculty tenure against SB 18. She argues that immunotherapy would not exist if UT-Austin had not given tenure to its discoverer. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/opinion/outlook/article/university-texas-andrea-gore-professor-tenure-17816783.php
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#RIP John Woods, Masterly Translator of Thomas Mann, Dies at 80
Woods was the recipient of two PEN America Translation awards, in 1981 and 1987