Wednesday, November 1st
|All day-Nov 2nd|| Poughkeepsie NY|
|5:00 pm|| HN2023 - Kondysar Presentation|
"Spinoza's Transcendent God"
Yitzhak Melamed is the Charlotte Bloomberg Professor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University.
|5:45 pm|| Henry Hudson Room (Fn301)|
The Marist World Film Program and the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures Present "Film at Sea" on Wednesday, November 1st at 5:45 p.m. in the Henry Hudson Room, Fontaine Hall (3rd Floor).
This Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature and the first nonfiction film to ever win the top prize at the Berlin International Film Festival, takes place in Lampedua, a remote Mediterranean island that has become a major entry point for refugees into Europe. The film tells the story of Samuele, a 12-year old boy who lives simply, climbing rocks by the shore and playing with his slingshot. Nearby, we bear witness as thousands of men, women, and children risk their lives to make the brutal crossing from Africa.
Award-winning filmmaker Gianfranco Rosi masterfully juxtaposes these realities, jolting the audience into a new understanding of what is happening in the region, the heavy toll of the migrant crisis, and the price of freedom.
|6:00 pm-7:00 pm|| Online|
|7:00 pm|| SC3101 (PAR)|
Please join the Gillespie Forum and the School of Liberal Arts in welcoming
Dr. Lauren Santangelo '06 for her presentation, "Suffrage and New York
City." The lecture will be held at 7:00 PM, Wed. November 1st in the Murray Student
Center, Room 3101.
In 1917, women in New York State won the right to vote. Dr. Santangelo will
explore why the suffrage battle took so long, and trace how activists'
ever-evolving relationship with New York City informed campaign decisions
As a Marist student, Dr. Santangelo majored in History, and went on to earn
her Ph.D. at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She
now teaches at Princeton University.
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