The human being arrives at the threshold: there he must throw himself headlong into that which has no foundation and has no head.—Georges Bataille
We are the limbs of that head. This body cannot be decapitated.—Augustine
When thou seest in the pathway a severed head . . . Ask of it, ask of it the secrets of the heart.—Rumi
CUNY Graduate Center (365 Fifth Ave. @ 34th St.), Room 4406.
Reception, with wine and cheese, follows.
Sponsored by The Medieval Club of New York