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​Writing about Place in the Age of the Global City

Brooklyn Law School Moot Courtroom, 250 Joralemon St
Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015
14:00
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Writing about Place in the Age of the Global City. Some cities belong to the hearts and minds of the world as much as to their own nation. Join Luc Sante, author of the New York classic Low Life, and the forthcoming The Other Paris; Vivian Gornick, one of New York's great chroniclers, and author of The Odd Woman in the City; and David Ulin, chronicler of the city of angels, Los Angeles. These writers discuss the role of cities, in particular New York, Paris and Los Angeles, in this globalized age. Moderated by Rich Benjamin, Searching for Whitopia.

 

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Brooklyn Law School Moot Courtroom, 250 Joralemon St

250 Joralemon St,
Brooklyn, NY 11201


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