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woman in black sweater against pale blue background Music & Migration Speaker Series—Spring 2020

Emergent Publics: Musical Practices of Syrian Migrants in Istanbul

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Ethnomusicologist Dr. Evrim Hikmet Öğüt will give an overview of the musical practices of Syrian musicians in Istanbul. Street music practices of migrant musicians can be considered as a means of claiming the right to exist in the city by filling the very heart of public space with their voices and sounds.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Virtual Event

FACULTY AND STAFF | All staff and faculty are invited to a flow yoga classes with Tracey Forest - free and held remotely via Zoom on Wednesdays.

Remote Faculty Forum, 12:30-1:45pm

Paisley Rekdal, with dark smooth hair and a blue dress, stares at the camera Poetry at Bennington—Spring 2020

POSTPONED—Reading: Paisley Rekdal

Tishman Lecture Hall

POSTPONED | This previously scheduled event has been postponed.

a brass band and ladies in colourful dresses in a street for a wedding celebration Balkan Music Ensemble Speaker Series—Spring 2020

Romani Weddings in Serbia: Music, Dance, and Ritual

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Music Talk and Dance Workshop with Alexander Marković, Ph.D.

Black figures walking in front of a blue wall featuring the map of the world Forced Migration, Displacement, and Education Speaker Series—Spring 2020

CANCELED | The Global Interior: Prospecting and Protesting Mineral Frontiers

CAPA Symposium

CANCELED | A talk by Megan Black, Assistant Professor of International History, London School of Economics.

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Pathway near Dickinson, with green grass and trees Science Workshop—Spring 2020

CANCELED | Senior Work Presentations

Dickinson 232

CANCELED

Denial of Service Promo

Bennington Plays Presents: Denial of Service—A Radio Play

Virtual Event

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | "Denial of Service" is a new radio play written by Nick Hennessy and directed by Nick Williams. It is a new drama that takes place in the outskirts of L.A. County, where social workers oversee the welfare of local children.