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Fall 2018 SCT Colloquium: American Global Militarism and Social Justice

David Vine: Island of Shame, Islands of Hope: U.S. Military Bases Overseas and Anti-Base Resistance

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | David Vine, Professor of Anthropology at American University, will discuss the U.S. military base on the island Diego Garcia. While few know about the base, even fewer know that its creation involved the expulsion of the island’s indigenous Chagossian people.

Foreign Language Series—Fall 2018

Film Screening: "Arrangiarsi: Pizza & the Art of Living"

Barn 100

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Docufilm on pizza and the art of making do in Italy. Q&A with the director, Matteo Troncone, via Skype follows.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Students

Meyer Recreation Barn

Stress is universal. How you manage it is a major determinant of your health and happiness. Wouldn't you like a simple and effective tool for dealing with it?

Literature Evenings—Fall 2018

Reading: Manuel Gonzales

Franklin

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Faculty member Manuel Gonzales is the author of "The Miniature Wife and Other Stories," which won the Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction and the John Gardner Prize for Fiction, and the novel, "The Regional Office is Under Attack!"

Senior Workshop: Life After Bennington

Deane Carriage Barn, Pit

Thinking about how to prepare for job opportunities or graduate school after Bennington?

Plans due to Provost and Dean’s Office

Bennington Campus

FWT in Tech?

Cricket Hill Barn

Join us for pizza as we talk about Field Work Term options in Tech.

Public Policy Forums @ CAPA—Fall 2018

The Environmental and Health Impacts of Herbicides and Pesticides

CAPA Symposium

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Led by Ross Conrad, Beekeeper and Author; Jennifer Duggan, Vice President and Director, Conservation Law Foundation Vermont; and Judith Schwartz, Author and Journalist.

Science Workshop—Fall 2018

The Bright Side of Green Radical Chemistry

Dickinson 232

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us for Science Workshop with Bennington's newest Chemistry faculty member Amber Hancock, who will discuss "The Bright Side of Green Radical Chemistry."