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Confronting Challenging Texts

at 92nd Street Y -

How do we live with sacred text when it contradicts with our values of egalitarianism and inclusivity? In this queer-affirming class, we will explore historical and contemporary texts that respond to exclusionary and troubling texts. No previous text study necessary, all are welcome.

Monday Feb 13th, 1pm - 2:15pm Eastern Time

  (3 sessions)
$54

3 sessions

Creative Writing Weekly via Zoom

at The Writing Studio -

In this class, you will learn first and foremost that you can write—and write well! In fact you will surprise yourself by the work you’ll be producing. The class is designed to enhance your creativity, imagination and personal voice while also teaching the skills of creative writing—memoir and fiction. This is an ongoing...

Monday Nov 28th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Pacific Time

  (4 sessions)
$200

4 sessions

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How to Eat Cake: Cunnilingus 101 Workshop

at RebaTheDiva's Sexpert Consultants -

The How to Eat Cake: Cunnilingus Workshop is an oral sex workshop that helps participants learn their way around down there and discover the best techniques for giving toe-curling cunnilingus! Five Things You Need to Know About The Class: Class sizes are small and cover the female sexual anatomy, tools, tips, techniques and tricks. All participants...

Saturday Dec 3rd, 5pm - 6:30pm Eastern Time

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Video Game Writing Level I: 3 Week Intensive

at Gotham Writers' Workshop -

Video games have exploded into our culture (sometimes literally), earning double the annual revenue of movies. They have also become wondrously diverse, ranging from shoot em’ ups like Call of Duty to sophisticated stories like Bioshock Infinite to offbeat indie games. Simple ideas like “avoid ghosts” have evolved into complex storytelling not...

Tuesday Jan 17th, 12am - 11:45pm Eastern Time

  (2 sessions)
$190

2 sessions

Spiritual Fragarnce of Islam

at One Spirit Learning Alliance -

For centuries Islamic sages have spent a lifetime meditating on verses of the Qur’an and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad. From these heartfelt reflections, there has evolved a collection of timeless wisdom embodied in oral sayings and written literature. These priceless insights and practices can help guide a spiritual seeker to find meaning and...

Tuesday Jan 31st, 7pm - 9pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$100

4 sessions

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Reading Edith Wharton: On the Cusp of the Modern

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Born into the apex of Gilded Age New York, Edith Wharton subverted the conventions of upper-class womanhood to fashion herself into one New York society’s most subtle and skillful chroniclers—and critics. Beyond her fine eye for interiors and social manners, Wharton was also, in Edmund Wilson’s words, a “passionate social prophet,” employing...

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$315

4 sessions

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James Joyce: Ulysses

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

The archetypal novel of high modernism, James Joyce’s Ulysses attempts to synthesize the life of a city, the afterlives of previous literary styles, and the entirety of the Western canon as it stood in the early twentieth century. Since its original publication when it was serialized in the Little Review from March 1918 to March...

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$315

4 sessions

A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Complete Course Title: A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing: an Introduction to Marx In the mid-nineteenth century, a young Karl Marx wrote, in the form of a published open letter to Arnold Ruge: “But if the designing of the future and the proclamation of ready-made solutions for all time is not our affair, then we realize all the more clearly...

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$315

4 sessions

James Shapiro on Shakespeare (Online)

at 92nd Street Y -

James Shapiro leads participants through the pair of plays that the Public Theater will stage this summer at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. This series of classes will offer insights into the language, style and performance histories of the plays, with the goal of preparing theatergoers to get the most out of seeing these productions. June...

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$200

2 sessions

Love, Literature & Destruction

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Love, Literature, and Destruction: an Introduction to Marguerite Duras Novelist, playwright, and experimental filmmaker, Marguerite Duras resists easy categorization. Despite endless attempts by critics and scholars to claim her for emerging genres and movements, it may be easier to say what she was not: she was not part of the nouveau roman...

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$315

4 sessions

Understanding Loneliness: Literature, Philosophy,Theory

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

How are we to understand loneliness today? It appears that we are facing a mass epidemic of loneliness—one perhaps exacerbated by virological pandemic of COVID-19. Britain has appointed a Minister of Loneliness to counter rising rates of isolation. Approximately 20-43 percent of American adults over the age of 60 experience “frequent or intense...

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$315

4 sessions

Dante: The Divine Comedy

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research

Dante’s Divine Comedy follows the journey of the poet through hell, purgatory, and paradise. This epic Italian poem, composed between 1308 and 1321, is an allegory for the movement of the soul toward God. But it is also a multifaceted exploration of ethics, metaphysics, politics, love, order, chaos, poetic form, and the Classical literary tradition. ...

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$315

4 sessions

Reading Fiction

at Alaa Al Aswany Creative Writing Workshop -

This workshop teaches the tools to appreciate literary works and learn from accomplished writers from around the world. Students learn to interpret fiction, recognize underlying themes, decipher writing techniques, and analyze the human content of each story. Through readings, writing exercises, and class discussions, we examine works by such diverse...

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$675

5 sessions

Deconstruction: Philosophy and Literary Theory

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

What is Deconstruction? The critical term, coined by Jacques Derrida, is notoriously hard to define. Derrida himself insisted  that “deconstruction” is not a method of reading, nor an analytical approach, nor even stable in its own meaning. And yet, deconstruction became the cri de coeur of literary theory in the United States: to its proponents,...

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$315

4 sessions

Friendship: Ethics, Politics, and Literature

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

What does it mean to be friends? What makes the deep affection found in friendship distinct from other intimacies, like marriage and kinship? How does this peculiar form of attachment give rise to ethics, to politics, to the good life—or not? In Homer, Achilles loved Patroclus as if he were his own life. Aristotle, echoing this sentiment in his...

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$315

4 sessions

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