*Please Note: This will be a screening of an extended trailer, and the director will not be present as originally scheduled. CHS and the Brattle regret any inconvenience.
In 1971, Women’s Day marchers took over a Harvard building at 888 Memorial Drive, declaring it a Women’s Center. This documentary film highlights this significant event in Second Wave feminist history.
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$5 tickets on sale now at harvard.com, at Harvard Book Store, and over the phone with a credit card (617.661.1515). [Special Event: No Brattle Passes]
Harvard Book Store is excited to present a panel discussion on The Best American Short Stories 2010, this year′s contribution to the bestselling short story anthology series. Series editor HEIDI PITLOR will moderate the discussion with this year′s guest editor, RICHARD RUSSO, and contributors BRENDAN MATHEWS and STEVE ALMOND.
Edited by the Pulitzer Prize–winning author Richard Russo, this year’s collection boasts a satisfying “chorus of twenty stories that are by turns playful, ironic, somber, and meditative” (Wall Street Journal). With Russo picking the best of the best, America’s oldest and best-selling story anthology continues to be of “enduring quality” (Chicago Tribune).