January 21: Revelations of a Missionary: My Itinerant Life, Padre Alejandro Solalinde
January 28: The Two Sides of Betty Friedan: Feminist Icon & Complicated Woman, Betty Londergan
February 4: The Search for Home: Reflections of an Immigrant Writer, Ruth Behar
February 18: Ancestral Journeys to Now: Searching for Our Connections to Ancient Mexico, John Phillip Santos
February 25: To See Your Soul: Opera’s Transformative Power, Cori Ellison. This lecture will be at the Rosewood Ballroom, Nemesio Diez 11 (near Parque Benito Juárez).
March 3: Hope in a Time of Darkness: The Resilience of US Immigrants under Attack, Cristina Jiménez
All lectures except the February 25 one will be in the second floor auditorium of Bellas Artes, Calle del Dr. Ignacio Hernandez Macias 75.
Tickets are 150 pesos, free to migrants and people under 25. Tickets available in the Tesoros shop in the Biblioteca or at the door. Season pass: All seven lectures for 1,000 pesos. To request one, send an email to susan AT susanjcobb DOT com.
All lectures will be accessible in English and Spanish.