Lunch ‘n Learn with Andy Merrifield
Jan 20 + 27, 12:00-1:00PM EST
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Join Andy Merrifield for UofO’s Jan Term seminar on Mushrooms and Marx. Andy Merrifield is a writer, urbanist and independent scholar with a PhD from the University of Oxford. He is author of a dozen books, including works on urbanism and social theory such as Metromarxism, The New Urban Question and Magical Marxism, intellectual biographies of Henri Lefebvre, Guy Debord and John Berger, a popular travelogue, The Wisdom of Donkeys, a manifesto for liberated living, The Amateur, and What We Talk About When We Talk About Cities (and Love), inspired by the writings of Raymond Carver, about falling in and out of love with cities. His journalism has appeared in the Guardian (UK), The Times (UK), The Nation, Harper’s Magazine, Jacobin, Dissent, and Harvard Design Magazine. His latest book, Marx, Dead and Alive, was published in November with Monthly Review Press. More information here.
Cooking Mushroom Risotto with Cesar Presa – January 23rd at 3PM EST
We’ll make mushroom risotto with Cesar. Feel free to tune in to hang out and watch, or come prepared to cook alongside Cesar. Ingredients list will be shared soon. More information here.
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Join University of Orange’s Collective Recovery team as we dig into Rob Wallace’s new book of essays on the origins of COVID-19, Dead Epidemiologists.
Guest speakers will include the author Rob Wallace, and renowned epidemiologists Rod Wallace and Deborah Wallace, in conversations with Molly Rose Kaufman, Robert Sember, and Lesley Rennis from UofO’s Collective Recovery team.
You can purchase your copy of Dead Epidemiologists here.
Register for the reading group for free on eventbrite.