CHEMISTRY IN ART, ART IN CHEMISTRY

AND THE SPIRITUAL GROUND THEY SHARE

NOBEL LAUREATE ROALD HOFFMANN

CORNELL PROFESSOR OF HUMANE LETTERS, EMERITUS

TO BE FOLLOWED BY. KOMMUNIQUES: A MULTI FACETED POETRY READING

Professor Roald Hoffmann began teaching theoretical chemistry at Cornell University in 1965. In 1981, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry(shared 

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with Kenichi Fukui) and is now a Frank H.T. Rhodes Professor of Humane Letters - Hoffmann will share his aesthetic perspective, which presents us with a unified realm connecting science,poetry, art, and philosophy. He has authored a broad range of nonfiction works and plays, as well as 5 collections of poetry including The Metamict State.

Thursday, April 7th 11:15am HSS165

Cost: Free

Part of the Santa Monica College 2016 Spring Lecture Series

Co-Sponsored by the Santa Monica College Associates, and the Santa Monica College Departments of English, Chemistry, and ESL

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