There’s something unsettling about a face transplant. Is it because we regard our face as a manifestation of our identity? No one has thought more about the question than this surgeon who leads the face transplant program at NYU Langone. With music by Gregorio Uribe and Solange Prat.
Wednesday, January 24, 5:30
NYU Langone Health
This event is free; reservations recommended.
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1/31 Andre Aciman – writer
JCC Manhattan

2/12 Arin Arbus – director
Theater for a New Audience

2/21 William Kennedy – novelist
NYC Writers Institute, Albany

3/6 Woodie King Jr. – founder, New Federal Theater
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center

3/7 Deborah Willis & Hank Willis Thomas – photographer/artist
Bard Graduate Center

3/14 Bani Dugal, Azza Karam – U.N. women’s rights activists
NY Baha’i Center

3/19 Shira Schienbein – federal judge (ret)
Humanities NY

3/28 Noah Emmerich – actor
JCC Manhattan

3/29 Mande Holford & Mercer R.Brugler – marine biologists
Museum of Natural History

4/3 Randy Weston – pianist
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center

4/5 Michael Beirut – graphic designer
Bard Graduate Center

4/16 Lucy Kalanithi – doctor
NYU Langone Medical Center

4/24 Wafaa El-Sadr – immunologist, AIDS expert
Columbia Mailman School of Public Health

4/26 Howard Wolfson & Martin Hayes – political strategist/musician
Irish Arts Center

5/2 Harriet Washington – medical journalist
Columbia Univ. narrative medicine program

5/17 Adi Shamir Baron – NYC Landmark Preservation Commission
Bard Graduate Center

5/21 Dan-el Padilla Peralta – Classicist
Princeton Public Library

6/17 Bill T Jones – Dancer
NY Live Arts

6/29 Robin Steinberg & David Feige – lawyers
Humanities NY (date to be confirmed)