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NYC: "Proust and His Lesbians: Worlds of Lily de Gramont & Natalie Barney"

Join the NYC Public Library, FFR/Princeton BTGALA & Yale GALA, Inc. for Irene Javors in conversation with Cassandra Langer. FREE but pre-registration required: At Jefferson Library

The Boni Salon: Irene Javors in conversation with Cassandra Langer “Proust and His Lesbians: The Worlds of Lily de Gramont and Natalie Barney."

Irene Javors, LMHC has degrees in counseling, philosophy and history. She writes on the interplay between culture and psyche. She is the author of Culture Notes: Essays on Sane Living. She has written essays and reviews for the Gay and Lesbian Review /WorldwideHyperallergic as well as other cultural journals. She is a longtime Proustian who loves Madeleines.

Cassandra Langer:
  Art historian and critic Cassandra Langer became the accidental biographer of lesbian expatriate painter, Romaine Brooks (1874-1970) when a search to uncover the artist’s aesthetics led Langer to rethink the flawed narrative of Brooks’ life. The award-winning author and former Smithsonian post-doctoral fellow is best known for her books, Mother and Child in Art, What’s Right with Feminism, A Bibliography of Feminist Art Criticism, Feminist Art Criticism.

Her articles and reviews have appeared in Art in America, College Art Journal, Arts Magazine, Art Criticism, Women's Art Journal, Art Papers, MS. Magazine, New York Newsday, Women's Review of Books, Cleo Psyche the Journal of Lesbian Studies, and she is a contributing writer for the Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide. 

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