Stories about "Humanities and history"
Thursday, September 19, 2002 2:28 pm
Three panelists will present a discussion titled "Perspectives on the Middle East Conflict," followed by a question-and-answer period, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the Benjamin Mays Center, 95 Russell Street. The public is invited to attend this event, sponsored by Bates Hillel and cosponsored by the Bates Democrats, free of charge.
Monday, September 9, 2002 4:13 pm
John McClendon, an associate professor in the Bates College programs in African American and American cultural studies, opens the college's T.G.I.F lecture series at 4:15 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13, in the Edmund S. Muskies Archives, 70 Campus Avenue. The public is invited to lectures in the series free of charge. Refreshments will be available.
Tuesday, February 19, 2002 3:22 pm
Dean B. Bennett, an expert on Maine’s natural history, discusses the history...
Monday, February 11, 2002 9:34 am
Novelist Carolyn Chute and the owners of an organic Maine farm are among the specialists working with students in two innovative programs that are engaging the campus with the world outside.
Thursday, January 3, 2002 3:51 pm
The Bates College education department and Center for Service-Learning sponsor an annual Martin Luther King Day Read-In at Martel School. Student, staff and faculty volunteers are encouraged to participate. Readers will share a book with a diversity theme with a 4th-, 5th- or 6th-grade student. The book will then be given to the child to keep.
Thursday, January 3, 2002 3:50 pm
Student dancers, under the direction of hip-hop choreographer W. Barry Dean, will perform an original piece commissioned for the MLK Jr. observation. A resident of Lewiston, Dean comes from Chicago and attended the University of Southern Maine. He teaches hip-hop at Bates and with Elizabeth Hansen's Dance Studio in Lewiston.
Thursday, January 3, 2002 3:42 pm
MLK Jr. Day Concurrent Workshops.
Thursday, January 3, 2002 3:41 pm
The visiting team comes from Morehouse College, the Atlanta institution known for its tradition of illustrious graduates, including The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Benjamin Mays, Bates class of 1920, was president of Morehouse for 27 years and a mentor to King. The Bates debate team, of which Mays was an accomplished member, comes with a longstanding and esteemed tradition of debate. The forum includes an opportunity for audience members to speak.
Thursday, January 3, 2002 3:37 pm
Welcome by President Donald Harward Music by The Bates College Jazz Ensemble Overview by Jill R. Reich, vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty Musical Selection: "Bridge Over Troubled Water," Naturally Seven Speaker Introduction by John McClendon, associate professor of African American studies and American cultural studies.
Thursday, January 3, 2002 3:35 pm
The Rev. Joan Martin William Rankin Professor of Ethics, Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, Mass. Music by The Bates College Deansmen, Shape Notes Singers and Northfield Also featuring Bates dancers Devon Fitchett '02, Justin Stebbins '02 and Aisha Bell '03, and a troupe of student actors who will provide a dramatic interpretation of the text that Martin has chosen for the evening.