October 18, 2018

EEE spring lecture series

Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/13/2018
2:00 am - 3:00 am

Location
Faith United Methodist Church

Details

February 2, “Musical Genesis, Part 1 – A Universe of Sound: Explore the Origins of Sound and Music Going All the Way Back to the Big Bang” – James Stewart, Vermont Public Radio Classical host

February 9 – “Musical Genesis, Part 2 – The Music We Make: Follow the Development of the Brain and How Music is an Essential Part of Communication” – James Stewart, Vermont Public Radio Classical host

February 16 – “The Emergence of Northern Vermont University: Liberal Arts and Professional Programs on Two Unique Campuses” – Elaine Collins, President, Johnson and Lyndon State Colleges

February 23 – “The Opiate Crisis in the Criminal Justice System” – Mark Davis, staff writer, Seven Days

March 2 – “Marijuana, Poverty, and Taxes: The Focus for Vermont Lawmakers in 2018” – Neal Goswami, Capital Bureau Chief, WCAX-TV

March 9 – “What’s Race Got to Do with It?” – Paul Yoon, Assistant Principal, Tuttle Middle School, South Burlington; former lecturer on the history of racism, Boston College

March 16 – “Historic Architecture of South Burlington 1800-1965” – Devin Colman, State Architectural Historian, Vermont Division for Historic Preservation

March 23 – “The History of Lakeview Cemetery and Some of Its Notable Residents” – Britta Tonn, Architectural Historian

April 6 – ” Through Thick and Through Thin: The Textures of Music” – Larry Hamberlin, Professor of Music, Middlebury College

April 13 – “Authoritarian Evolution: How Commercialization and the Internet Are Fragmenting the Chinese Public Sphere” – Orion Lewis, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Middlebury College

April 20 – “The Resurgence of the Right in Latin America” – Benjamin Dangl, journalist in Latin America; adjunct faculty, Division of Communication and Creative Media, Champlain College

 

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