Events

Events sponsored by our member institutions.

March 2021

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  • [Brown] What History Looks Like - Alumni Stories: Brown History PhDs and Tenure-track Faculty Careers at Public Universities
  • [NH-Humanities] The Middle East | Mohamed Defaa
  • [NH-humanities] The Middle East | Mohamed Defaa
  • [NH-Humanities] Flight of Remembrance: World War II from the Losing Side and the Dream that Led to Aerospace Engineering | Marina Dutzmann Kirsch
  • [NH-humanities] Flight of Remembrance: World War II from the Losing Side and the Dream that Led to Aerospace Engineering | Marina Dutzmann Kirsch
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  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: From Student to Explainer: The Public Facing Work of Students in the Arts and Sciences
  • [NH-Humanities] In the Evil Day: Individual Rights, Town Government, and the Crime that Stunned the Nation | Richard Adams Carey
  • [NH-Humanities] Ireland's Great Famine in Irish-American History: Fateful Memory, Indelible Legacy | Mary Kelly
  • [NH-Humanities] All Eyes Are Upon Us: Racial Struggles in the Northeast, from Jackie Robinson to Deval Patrick | Jason Sokol
  • [NH-Humanities] Votes for Women: A History of the Suffrage Movement | Liz Tentarelli
  • [VT-humanities] *DIGITAL* Libraries in the Time of Covid
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  • [CT-Humanities] Oystering in Norwalk, CT - A Virtual Chat with Photographer Bill Whitbeck
  • [NH-Humanities] Wit and Wisdom: Humor in 19th Century New England | Jo Radner
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  • [Amherst] The Ins and Outs of Publishing Your Book
  • [NH-Humanities] Songs of Emigration: Storytelling Through Traditional Irish Music | Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki
  • [NH-Humanities] Plague: Stories of Epidemics | Kate Gaudet
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  • [NH-Humanities] The Founding Fathers: What Were They Thinking? | Richard Hesse
  • [NH-Humanities] The Power of Place: Martha’s Vineyard and the Growth of the Black Elite
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  • [NH-Humanities] Votes for Women: A History of the Suffrage Movement | Liz Tentarelli
  • [NH-humanities] Wit and Wisdom: Humor in 19th Century New England | Jo Radner
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  • [Rhode Island] Brown Bag Series | Giacomo Leoni (Honors and Philosophy) | “Of course I am right! Or a discussion of how being open to being wrong requires a paradoxical approach.”
  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: Before Farm to Table: Early Modern Foodways and Cultures"
  • [NH-humanities] Songs of Emigration: Storytelling Through Traditional Irish Music | Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki
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  • [Colby] Gary Vikan | The Holy Shroud: A Brilliant Hoax in the Time of the Black Death
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  • [NH-humanities] Imperial Russian Fabergé Eggs | Marina Forbes
  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: Hidden Drives: The Scene and Unseen of Home
  • [Colby] Laura Wides-Muñoz
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  • [NH-humanities] Songs of Old New Hampshire | Jeff Warner
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  • [NH-humanities] Harnessing History: On the Trail of New Hampshire's State Dog, the Chinook | Bob Cottrell
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  • [Brown] What History Looks Like - Live from the Field: History and Humanities PhDs in University Administration
  • [CT-Humanities] Trouble Begins at 5:30: Genus Americanus
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  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: Laure Thompson | "A Symbiotic Future for Machine Learning and the Humanities"
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  • [New Hampshire] Faculty Fellows Lecture Series: Lin Zhang, Assistant Professor of Communication | Entrepreneurial China: The Entrepreneurial Labor of Reinvention in China’s New Economy
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  • [Amherst] CHI Salon: Ashlie Sandoval | "Engaging with the Failures of Racial Empathy"
  • [Middlebury] "Becoming Human: Matter and Meaning in an Antiblack World" | Zakiyyah Iman Jackson