“The Truth Just Twists”: Psychedelic Irony in Bob Dylan’s “The Gates of Eden”
Sarah Gates, English Department
Friday, December 1st
Sykes Common Room
Stephanie Elizondo Griest is a globetrotting author from South Texas. Her books include the travel memoirs Around the Bloc: My Life in Moscow, Beijing, and Havana and Mexican Enough: My Life Between the Borderlines; the best-selling guidebook 100 Places Every Woman Should Go; and All the Agents & Saints: Dispatches from the U.S.
Sue Halpern is the author of four nonfiction books on topics as far-ranging as the migration cycles of monarch butterflies, the pleasures of solitude, the front lines of memory research, and life (and bicycling) in the Adirondacks, where she lives part of the year with her husband, the environmental activist and author, Bill McKibben. Her novels include The Book of Hard Things, a children’s book called Introducing Sasha Abramowitz, and the forthcoming Summer Hours at the Robbers Library.
Therese (Tess) Jones is Associate Director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities and Director of the Arts and Humanities in Healthcare Program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine.
Mr. Rob Eveleigh will talk to the campus community and NY6 about the latest issues and directives in the field of digital accessibility.
The Weave News 10th anniversary conference on "Citizen Journalism as Activism: From Local to Global" will kick off on Friday, September 22 with a lunch and plenary panel on "10 Years of Citizen Journalism." For more information on the conference, including registration details and a full list of panels, workshops, and other activities, please visit http://www.weavenews.org/conference/.
Rabbi Seymour Siegel Memorial Lecture
Guest Speaker: Sayed Kashua
Lecture: Living with Dual Identity: Cultural Criticism through Humor
“What the Puck? Statistical Analysis of Hockey”
~ Faculty Café ~
Michael Schuckers, Mathematics, Computer Science & Statistics
Friday, March 17th
Sykes Common Room
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Please join the Religious Studies Department for a talk by Hiruta Sensei titled " Zen Master's Calligraphy and His State of Mind". He is the leader of Ichikukai Dojo in Japan and a lineage heir of the mizugyo no kokyu practice.
This will be a public talk on Art, Religion, the Mindful Way of the Brush.
Wednesday, March 8th
Sykes Commons Room (Next to the Japanese Garden)
For further information: email or call Mark MacWilliams (firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-229-5128)