Profile of a Radical

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7:30-9:30pm
Free

Profile of a Radical is an ongoing study group. Each week we will profile a different radical, alternating between living and dead. This includes guest speaker/ guest workshops. Weeks that honor “dead” radicals will feature close readings of radical literature (Sylvia Wynter, Marylin Frye, Monique Wittig, etc.) Discussions with each “living” radical will follow a reading that we can apply to her work, though the radicals work in every different sphere.
Please RSVP with Daviel at davielshy@gmail.com if you’d like to attend!

Daviel Shy is a writer, director, artist and radical educator. Her first feature film, The Ladies Almanack, premiered at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Shy taught writing at The Art Institute of Chicago and film at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her writing has been published in Performance Research (Taylor & Francis) and by The University of Chicago Press. Her chapbooks are available from Dancing Girl Press & Studio and WALLS DIVIDE PRESS. She runs the monthly screening series, L.M.N.O.P: Lesbian Movie Night Ongoing Project, now in its fifth year.