53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY
Guest speaker Sarah Schulman be talking from her new book Conflict Is Not Abuse, which posits that from intimate relationships, to geopolitics, abdication of responsibility to acknowledge our participation in Conflict enhances the power of the State.
Sarah Schulman is a novelist, playwright, nonfiction writer, screenwriter, and AIDS Historian. Her 18 books include the recent novel The Cosmopolitans, which the NY Times called “voluptuous” and Kirkus called “A Modern Classic.” Sarah is on the Advisory Board of Jewish Voice for Peace, and is Faculty Advisor to Students for Justice in Palestine. Co-founder of The ACT UP Oral History Project, (www.actuporalhistory.org), Sarah’s films include “United in Anger: A History of ACT UP” co-produced with Jim Hubbard.