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Recent Events

The following are some recent events on the GMC campus sponsored by the speakers bureau. The list includes authors, activists, scientists, religious leaders and others.
Jennings and Ponder
"Storytelling Series"
February 28, 2011

Paul Thompson
"The Agrarian Vision"
March 28, 2011

Imam Djafer Sebkhaoui, Rabbi Michael Cohen, Bill Davidson
"Religion: Why Do We Still Need It?"
April 6, 2011

Lauren Howard
"Science Seminar Series"
April 15, 2011

Dan Snow
"Art and the Working Landscape: Shaping our Environment Today"
April 19, 2011

John Crock
"Maritime Mountaineers: Paleoindian Settlement Patterns on the West Coast of New England"
September 12, 2011

Raymond Boisvert
“Convivialism Explored: How the Sick the Weak and the Parasitic Became new Paradigms for Philosophy and Evolution”
September 22, 2011

Phan Van Do and Mike Boehm
"Peace in Vietnam"
September 28, 2011

Wil Pinkney
"The Challenges of Governance in the Global Era: Fostering Urban Growth in Multi-Ethnic Communities"
September 29, 2011

Khenmo Drolma
October 6, 2011

Steven Strong
"Energy: Building the Bridge to the Post-Petroleum World”
October 13, 2011

Brenden O'Neil
"Silenced Voices: Sustainable Agriculture & Social Justice"
October 19, 2011

Steve Rinella
“Hunting for Food: An Ancient Path through Modern Life”
October 24, 2011

Danilo Lopez
"Vermont Farmworkers Solidarity Project"
October 25, 2011

Erik Schlimmer
"Expedition to Success: Canada to Mexico"
November 16, 2011

Liz Canner
"Orgasmic Inc.: The Strange Science of Female Pleasure"
February 4, 2010

Katie Koestner
February 10, 2010

Abigail & Shaun
Storyteller Series
February 11, 2010

Dave Cooper
Environmental Justice
February 15, 2010

Brian Donahue
"The Viability of Community Farming and Forestry in New England"
February 16, 2010

Laura Simms
Storyteller Series
March 22, 2010

David Poirier
"Bully: Celebrating the Life of Theodore Roosevelt"
March 24, 2010

Tseming Yang
"International Human Rights & the Environment"
April 7, 2010

Richard Seegle
"Gender Modifies Polychlorinated Biphenyl Induced Neurotoxicity: Relevance to Parkinson's Disease"
April 8, 2010

Masako Gibeault
Traditional Japanese Arts
April 13, 2010

Joanne Bourbeau
Animal Rights Talk and Workshop
April 18 and 19, 2010

Geshe Thupten Kalsang
Principles of Buddhist Philosophy
April 22, 2010

Stephen and Rebecca Hren
"Carbon Questions: A Carbon Comparison of Technology Choices for the Farm & Homestead"
April 26, 2010

Ariel Levy
"Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the Rise of Raunch Culture"
April 27, 2010

Dale Allen
Storytelling Series
March 19, 2009

Allan Johnson
"Multiculturalism & Diversity Awareness"
March 23, 2009

The Yes Men Live
March 25, 2009

Jeff Thomson
March 26, 2009

Stephen Dycus
"Whales’ Tales: Reconciling National Security & Environmental Protection"
March 26, 2009

Riki Ott, (Chelsea Green Speaker Series)
"The Democracy Crisis: Lessons from the Exxon Valdez Disaster"
April 1, 2009

Betsy Baker
"The Speed of Sound in the Realm of Light: Mapping the Arctic Continental Shelf"
April 7, 2009

Doug Hardy
"The Shrinking Glaciers of Kilimanjaro"
April 16, 2009

Rainbow Weinstock
"The Granite Marathon: A Mountaineering Odyssey in the Canadian Hinterlands"
September 30, 2009

Graham Davies
"Poems from Wales and Other Deep Places,"
Storytelling Series
October 27, 2009

Steve Rinella
"The American Buffalo as a Conservation Icon"
November 4, 2009

Mark McPeek
"How Has Past Climate Change Influenced the Biota We See Today?"
November 20, 2009

Chae Young Kim
"Korea's New Shamanism"
November 30, 2009

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