Keith Moon Presents: The Life and Times of Gorbachev
On March 27 at 2 pm, Hotchkiss instructor Keith Moon returns to Noble Horizons to teach his annual Russian book series. This year's selection is Gorbachev: His Life and Times, a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author, William Taubman. Moon’s class will read this definitive biography of the transformational world leader, called "masterly...essential reading," by the New York Times, and discuss it on Wednesdays, from 2-3 pm, March 27 through May 15.
Mr. Moon holds a B.A. in Russian language and literature from Dartmouth College and an A.M. in Russian area studies from Harvard University. He lived and studied in the Soviet Union and travels frequently throughout Russia. He has taught history, Russian, Spanish and English at the Hotchkiss School for over 25 years. Please register for the free series below or call 860-435- 9851.
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