Wed, Mar 18 at 7:30 p.m. | 90 minutes | BYOB
Paths: Revisiting the same theme with a professor on a recurring basis. But each session comes at the idea from a new angle and stands alone.
In each session, led by Patricia Kim we will encounter a new work of art (literary and otherwise) as a jumping-off point to locate our modern positions in relation to the piece. Together, we will participate in an open dialogue to process experiences and ideas that arise. This week, we'll be using Dostoevsky's "Notes from the Underground". Pre-reading is helpful but not required.
Patricia Kim received her MFA from Columbia University and teaches Composition and Literature classes at Baruch College while completing a novel. She is a licensed social worker who worked for the Mental Health Service Corps. (MHSC) under New York's Thrive initiative and is now a reentry social worker on Rikers Island, providing services to the population of patients on Rikers with serious mental
Hosted at a member's living room in North Williamsburg. Address will be sent upon RSVP.