Spring Event Photos

March 18, 2008 at 9:16 pm Leave a comment

Our events program is on a brief hiatus this week — a spring break breather. We’ll be back with updated programming news next week. In the meantime, here are photos from some other events that took place recently at Book Culture:


Columbia professor John Fabian Witt (left) and Princeton professor D. Graham Burnett discussed Professor Burnett’s new book, Trying Leviathan: The Nineteenth-Century New York Court Case That Put the Whale on Trial and Challenged the Order of Nature.


Columbia Professor Joseph Slaughter (second from left), participated in a panel discussion about his book, Human Rights Inc., with Fordham University Press moderator Helen Tartar (far left) and respondents Roger Berkowitz (Bard) and Marianne Hirsch (Columbia).


Joie Jager-Hyman answered audience questions about the college admission process during an event for her new book Fat Envelope Frenzy: One Year, Five Promising Students, and the Pursuit of the Ivy League Prize.


Psychoanalyst Michael Eigen discussed his latest book, Conversations with Michael Eigen.


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