Join us for a panel discussion with a writer, scholar and critic, Jeremy Eichler. Eichler is the author of Time’s Echo, a celebrated new book on music, war and memory that was named “History Book of the Year” by The Sunday Times and hailed as “the outstanding music book of this and several years” by The Times Literary Supplement. Chosen as a notable book of 2023 by The New York Times, The New Yorker, and NPR, Time’s Echo recently won three National Jewish Book Awards including “Book of the Year,” and was a finalist for the UK’s premier non-fiction award, the Baillie Gifford Prize, whose jury described the book as “a masterpiece of nonfiction writing.”
Kevin McLaughlin, George Hazard Crooker University Professor of English, Professor of Comparative Literature, Director of the John Nicholas Brown Center for Advanced Study, Dean Emeritus of the Faculty, Brown University
Paul E. Nahme, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Brown University
Katie Freeze Wolf, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music, Brown University
Jeremy Eichler, chief classical music critic, the Boston Globe
Lunch will be provided. Space is limited. RSVP is required.