Harman News And Events

In case you missed Resonances: Writers on the Classics

On May 4th, Harman Program Director Bridgett Davis moderated a panel called Resonances: Writers on the Classic. This panel invited four contemporary writers, including our current Writer-in-Residence Marilyn Nelson, to Baruch's Engelman Recital Hall. The writers discussed classic works, plays, and authors including: Euripides' Hecuba,
author Juan Rulfo, Charlie Chaplin's autobiography, and Wole Soyinka's Death and the King's Horseman. In case you missed it, check out some photos from the event below!

Photo credits: Rob Fields

picWriter Teju Cole chats with audience member after PEN panel.


Harman director Bridgett Davis joins Harman writer Marilyn Nelson and others to discuss the Classics as part of PEN Resonances panel.

Spring Poetry Workshop a Success

The Spring 2017 Writing Workshop with poet Wendy Xu took place on Thursday, April 6th. Those who attended heard Wendy discuss and share her own work and were prompted to create and share poetry within the workshop. Wendy gave great feedback to the nearly 20 people in attendance! Here are some pictures in case you couldn't make it. Photo Credit: Glenda Hydler


Current Writer-in-Residence

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Russell Shorto is an American author and journalist whose books are narrative nonfiction history. His five books, including the national bestseller, The Island At The Center Of The World, have been published in 13 languages and have won a variety of awards. His sixth, Revolution Song, is due out in Fall 2018. Shorto is a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine, and blogs for the New Yorker.com. He was born and raised in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, which he notes "was recently awarded the designation of poorest city in the state. But it has beautiful hills."

For information about residency, email Prof. Bridgett Davis or visit her homepage.
Phone: (646) 312-3927

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