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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Prita Lal will speak about her chapter in the newly edited volume "A Recipe for Gentrification: Food, Power, and Resistance in the City," which was based on her doctoral research that focused on the relationship between urban agriculture and gentrification in New York City.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | William Cheng is Chair and Associate Professor of Music at Dartmouth College. His research and teaching focus on history, media, ethics, disability, race, and digital games.
Kat Daley, Penny Owen, and Rage Hezekiah are hosting Mindful Wednesdays every week from via Zoom. This space is intended to support our community in their efforts to find breath, practice resilience and enjoy a few moments of quiet to start the day.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | A Master Class taught by Dorothea Lasky.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Poets Timothy Donnelly and Dorothea Lasky read from their latest books of poetry "The Problem of the Many" and "Milk," followed by a public Q&A.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join poet Timothy Donnelly for a master class entitled: "An Hour on Hart Crane's 'The Broken Tower'".
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join a webinar to hear how Vermont colleges have worked with the Health Department to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 on Vermont college campuses, and learn more about what works when it comes to contact tracing, testing, and prevention.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Admissions is offering Saturday visits for prospective students and their families to learn about Bennington.