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The pandemic may be putting a cloud over the 2020 holiday season, but at the Cranbury Station Gallery on Hulfish Street in Princeton it’s still the most wonderful time of the year.
Ranging from the very old fashioned to the very newest of technology, these events are designed to keep something in all of us bright with hope during a very troublesome year.
Moral philosopher and Princeton University professor Peter Singer will discuss his new book, “Why Vegan? Eating Ethically,” during Labyrinth Books’ livestream event set for Tuesday, December 8.
Art critic and Princeton University professor of art and archaeology Hal Foster says his new book “Brutal Aesthetics” — the subject of a Wednesday, December 2, Labyrinth Books in Princeton live stream — was “born of my puzzling over” a paradoxical statement by 20th-century German cultural critic Walter Benjamin: modernism teaches us “how to survive civilization if need be.”