Events
Events Archive
December 23 - December 31
Police, Adjective in US Theatres
Thu, December 10
Celebrating Herta Mueller
December 5 - December 31
Link TV presents the Romanian New Wave
December 4 - December 7
4th Romanian Film Festival in NYC
Mon, November 23
Saviana Stanescu: NY Thru an Immigrant
November 17 - December 31
Exhibition: Revolutionary Voices
Mon, November 16
Visniec at Playwrights Before the Fall
November 11 - December 31
First Cucuteni Culture Exhibition in US
Tue, November 10
Dan Sociu reads from The Wall in My Head
November 9 - November 10
Conference: The revolutions of 1989
November 6 - November 12
Timpuri Noi sings Rebel Waltz
November 6 - December 31
Performing Revolution Festival
Thu, November 5
As If Communism Never Happened
October 31 - November 7
Romanian Films at AFI Fest LA
Thu, October 29
Time in the Technocratic Era
Tue, October 20
ENESCU re-IMAGINED
Fri, October 9
Book launch: Inventing the Jew
Wed, October 7
1989/2009: Achievements and Challenges
September 28 - September 29
Police, Adjective at NYFF
September 25 - October 6
Andrei Serban Traveling Academy in NYC
September 10 - September 19
Romanian films at Toronto Film Festival
Thu, September 10
Book launch: GIRL MARY by Petru Popescu
August 28 - October 11
Ion Grigorescu at Ludlow 38
August 1 - August 26
Cosmin Manolescu in San Diego & NYC
Fri, July 10
In Memoriam: Matei Calinescu
July 9 - September 15
Sasha Meret at RCINY Gallery
Mon, June 29
Piano Recital by Matei Varga in Ottawa
Wed, June 24
Revisiting Cartarescu's Nostalgia
Wed, June 17
"Elevator" presented in Chicago
Wed, June 17
Drama in Times of Revolution
June 9 - June 11
NYPL & EUNIC present: Islam in Europe
June 6 - June 7
Hardcomics at MoCCA Art Festival
Fri, June 5
Urban cultures: a celebration at RCINY
June 4 - June 13
POONARC: A Page Out of Order
Wed, June 3
Aura Corbeanu: Romanian theatre exposed
June 2 - June 7
Romanian documentary in focus at CFF
Wed, May 27
Reading the tea leaves for children
Wed, May 20
Reading the tea leaves at Carturesti
Fri, May 15
Ileana Orlich on 20th C. Romanian Novel
May 14 - June 27
Dumitru Gorzo at Slag Gallery
Sat, May 9
Revisiting The Golden Age
May 8 - September 20
Weaving Cultural Heritage
April 30 - May 4
Going West: 2 Romanian Films at SEEFF
April 29 - May 4
Filip Florian presenting Little Fingers
Wed, April 29
LA Unconfidential: Romanian Films of '09
April 27 - December 15
Carturesti Book Exhibition in NYC
Mon, April 27
Screenwriters of the Romanian New Wave
Sat, April 25
RCINY at Columbia Student Conference
Wed, April 22
A Taste of the Romanian Films of 2009
April 16 - April 23
Disappearing Act: European Cinema
April 14 - April 19
"The Forgiven Submarine" Starts U.S Tour
Thu, April 9
Back/grounds to dramatic writing
March 23 - March 26
Romanian Cinema in Cleveland
Wed, March 18
California Dreamin' with Maria Dinulescu
Tue, March 10
History Simulator. Visual Arts after 89
Fri, March 6
CROSSCUTS: Pianist Anca Saftulescu
March 5 - March 7
New Balkan Film: Festival & Conference
March 5 - March 8
CROSSCUTS: Ioana Nemes at Volta & RCINY
Thu, February 26
CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' endless indeed
February 13 - February 14
MoMA presents "The Flower Bridge"
Tue, February 10
The Public Space in Romania after '89
Sat, February 7
The Great Communist Bank Robbery
Tue, February 3
Music, Technology, Culture & Health
January 23 - February 5
CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' opens at IFC Center
Thu, January 8
European Jazz Improvisation
January 5 - January 18
"The Rest is Silence" at Palm Springs
ARCHIVE RSS
« Previous

  2009  

Next »
Dan Sociu reads from The Wall in My Head

TUE, November 10, 2009, 7 pm 
IDLEWILD BOOKS
12 W 19th St., New York 10011

FREE ADMISSION

More details: Word Without Borders & Open Letter 
 

[In the framework of Performing Revolution Festival]

Dan Sociu reads from the New Anthology THE WALL IN MY HEAD


Words without Borders presents an exciting anthology published by Open Letter Books, combining work from the generation of writers and artists who witnessed the fall of the Iron Curtain firsthand, with impressions and reflections of those who grew up in its wake.

Highlights within include seminal excerpts from the work of Milan Kundera, Peter Schneider, Ryszard Kapuściński, Vladimir Sorokin and Victor Pelevin and new work from Péter Esterházy, Andrzej Stasiuk, Muharem Bazdulj, Maxim Trudolubov, Dorota Masłowska, Uwe Tellkamp, Dan Sociu, David Zábranský, Christhard Läpple, and a host of others.

This book launch event will feature readings by young acclaimed Romanian poet and novelist Dan Sociu; German writer, documentarian, and best-selling author Kathrin Aehnlich; and Polish prize-winning author and acclaimed playwright Dorota Maslowska, moderated by Eliot Borenstein, chair of the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies at New York University.

The event is organized by Words Without Borders, in partnership with Open Letter Books, the Polish Cultural Institute in New York, the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York, the German Book Office, the Goethe-Institut New York and Idlewild Books.

By joining our mailing list we will keep you up to date with the Institute's latest cultural events.

Join Us Today!
CONTACT

Romanian Cultural Institute, New York
200 East 38th Street
New York, NY 10016 (at 3rd Avenue)
Tel: 212-687-0180

Office hours:
Monday-Friday: 9am-1pm & 3pm-6pm

Library Hours:
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 10am-1pm
Tuesday & Friday: 3pm-6pm

Events News Dossiers Gold Agenda About
© 2013 Romanian Cultural Institute New York, www.icrny.org