Four Evenings

Global Studies Center is partnering with Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures’ Ten Evenings lecture series, to host book discussions of the recent works of Ten Evenings authors prior to their public lectures at the Carnegie Music Hall.

These discussions, led by local faculty, will focus on how authors’ works of fiction and non-fiction help us to understand global processes and the connections, disruptions, inequalities, and opportunities they create. We will be giving out a limited number of FREE tickets to the author's lecture to those who attend the book discussion. Please save the dates for the Four Evenings and join us on Pitt’s campus as we discuss the works of:

 

Dave Eggers, The Monk of Mokha

December 6 | 6-7pm | 4130 Wesley W. Posvar Hall

Conversation with Will Picard, Founder and Executive Director, Yemen Peace Project

December 10 | 7:30pm | Carnegie Lecture Hall

Lecture by Dave Eggers & Mokhtar Alkhanshali

Tickets available free of charge for those who register with the GSC, or purchase a ticket through Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures here.

Co-sponsored by Global Studies Center, Consortium for Educational Resources on Islamic Studies, University Library System, and Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures

 

Valeria Luiselli, Tell Me How It Ends

March 7 | 6-7pm | Hillman Library 171B

March 11 | 7:30 | Carnegie Music Hall

Lecture by Valeria Luiselli

 

Min Jin Lee, Pachinko

March 28 | 6-7pm | Hilman Library 171B

April 1 | 7:30pm | Carnegie Music Hall

Lecture by Min Jin Lee

 

Past Events

Katherine Boo, Behind the Beautiful Forevers

October 18 | 6-7pm | Hillman Library 171B

Conversation with Professor Nico Slate, Carnegie Mellon University

October 22 | 7:30pm | Carnegie Music Hall

Lecture by Katherine Boo

Co-sponsored by Global Studies Center, University Library System, PITT ARTS, and Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures