City of Asylum @ Alphabet City, located at 40 West North Avenue, is the permanent home for City of Asylum programming and the arts. It promises to be a hub for Pittsburgh’s readers and writers, jazz and small-scale music and performance, and artistic experimentation. It is a home for diverse voices from around the globe – a place where Pittsburgh meets the world and the world meets Pittsburgh. It also serves as a home for many partnering artists and organizations in our own community. To view all of the events that are scheduled, visit the Alphabet City website.
Outside the Academy: Transatlantic Histories
Monday, October 28 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm
Enjoy a reading and conversation with history professors Philipp Stelzel (Duquesne University) and Molly Warsh (University of Pittsburgh) as part of the Outside the Academy Lecture Series. They will share their newly released books, their research, and answer audience questions. Philipp Stelzel’s research focuses on post-1945 German and German-American intellectual and political history. History after Hitler is his first book. Molly Warsh’s American Baroque charts Spain’s exploitation of Caribbean pearl fisheries to trace the genesis of its maritime empire.