Ada Palmer

Participe à 12 sessions
Ada Palmer’s is the 2017 Compton Crook winner for her first science fiction novel Too Like the Lightning (just released by Tor Books 2016), a tale of global politics in the year 2454. She is an historian of the Renaissance, Enlightenment, classical reception, the history of books, publication and reading, and the history of philosophy, heresy, science and atheism. She teaches in the History Department at the University of Chicago, and researches in Italy, often in Florence or at the Vatican Library. She is the composer for Sassafrass, an a cappella group performing fantasy, SF and mythology-themed music, and her Viking musical play “Sundown: Whispers of Ragnarok” came out on CD and DVD in 2015. She researches anime/manga, especially Osamu Tezuka, early post-WWII manga and gender in manga. She has published on the history of manga and worked as a consultant for many anime and manga publishers. She writes the philosophy & travel blog ExUrbe.com.

Sessions auxquelles Ada Palmer participe

vendredi 26 mai, 2017

17h00
17h00
21h30
21h30

samedi 27 mai, 2017

10h00
10h00
13h00
13h00
15h00
15h00
17h00
17h00
19h00
19h00

dimanche 28 mai, 2017

11h00
11h00
13h00
13h00
14h00
14h00

lundi 29 mai, 2017

10h00
10h00
11h00
11h00