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Monday September 19
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Known for her razor-sharp essays on popular culture, national politics, and political theory, Professor Bonnie Honig is keen to share her ideas with the Trent community from her current unpublished work. The audience is encouraged to engage through Q&A discussions related to the lecture or her previous works, including “Public Things.”
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