Please join us tomorrow evening (Wednesday, March 13) after Non-Rez Dine-In Hall for our final (!!!) Junior Fellow Lecture Series, named after the best (non-debatable) album by Toronto’s own, Drake: If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late.
Fortunately, if you are reading this (before Wednesday night), it’s not too late to attend what promises to be an exciting set of speakers:
Katie Menendez (Medieval Studies) will reveal how medieval commentators on the Book of Revelation in unexpected and zany ways, while avoiding the fact that, as they read the book, it could very well be too late. Isabelle Zhu (Creative Writing) will take us through the critical notion of reparative reading when it may very well be too late, in the face of imminent planetary collapse. Finally, Amanda Loder (Physical Geography) will explain the amplification of carbon releases from Earth’s systems under the rising temperatures of global warming, and whether it is indeed too late to do anything about it.
Sounds apocalyptic? Probably. But come and run through the 6 with your woes to attend anyway.
See you tomorrow,
Adrian and Sasha
(Outgoing) JFLS Co-Chairs