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Blackout

An Evening with Sarah Hepola

Author of Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget

Sarah Hepola’s story is a cautionary tale for everyone—regardless of age, race, background, or ambition. Author of Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget, Sarah is an extraordinarily insightful addiction memoirist. Her take on alcoholism and binge drinking, told from her perspective as a young woman, is uniquely fresh and illuminating: she talks, for instance, about how “drinking like the guys” made …

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Classics at Cour Regard: Moby Dick

Classics at Cour Regard: Moby Dick

What exactly is a classic? How does a text become a classic? And why do we deem it necessary and good to return to works of classic literature time after time?
This Fall we embark on an artistically diverse engagement with the classics as we reconsider what grants certain works of literature entrance into the canon. Part performance part scholarly exploration, Classics at Cour Regard will offer a 21st century perspective and a new appreciation for our …

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Remembering Louise Cowan

Remembering Our Teacher, Dr. Louise S. Cowan

The Louise S. Cowan Memorial Fund

In response to gifts received honoring Dr. Louise Cowan, who passed away on November 16th, the Dallas Institute has established the Louise S. Cowan Memorial Fund.
We are deeply grateful to those who have made contributions and invite others who would like to do so to contact us at 214-871-2440 or jkalin@dallasinstitute.org. Or you may make your gift directly by clicking here.

Remembrances

A memorial mass was held Monday, November 23, at …

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Since 1981, the Dallas Institute has conducted original programs that enrich and strengthen the cultural heart of our great city. Our campus on Routh Street is home for those who enjoy reading, thinking, exploring, and discussing timeless ideas that make us most fully human. The Institute has been described by our members as a “sanctuary,” as an “oasis,” as a “place for reflection,” as “food for the soul.”

Our members are the lifeblood of the Institute. It is for them that we create classes, groups, programs, and events that bring the wisdom and imagination of the humanities into their lives. If you are already a member, we thank you. If you aren’t, please think about becoming a member, and join us on a common journey toward the discovery of truth, beauty, and all else that is good and noble.

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