Bordon W. Painter, Jr. Innaugural Lecture in the Arts
Kathleen Kete, Borden W. Painter, Jr., ’58, H’95 Associate Professor of European History
“Becoming Visible: The Alps in the Age of the French Revolution”Click here to listen
The Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies (TIIS): 12/6/2011Josh King (Food not Bombs & Hartford Organizing Group), Lida Maxwell, (Political Science), Kevin McMahon (Political Science), Kerri Provost (Real Hartford Blog), and Dave Rozza (Food not Bombs & Hartford Organizing Group), with Vijay Prashad (International Studies) moderating.
"Occupy Wall Street, What is it and (Why) is it Important?"Click here to listen
Cesare Barbieri Endowment for Italian Culture, Fall Lecture Series: 12/5/2011Alberto Alesina, Nathaniel Ropes Professor of Political Economics at Harvard University
“L’Italia fatta in casa: The Family in Italy’s Economy”Click here to listen
The Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies (TIIS), Panel: 11/15/2011Joan Morrison, professor of Biology at Trinity; Ciaran Berry, assistant professor of English and director of the Creative Writing Program at Trinity; and Patrick Comins (Trinity ’90), Director of Bird Conservation for Audubon Connecticut. Moderated by Michael Preston, professor of theater and dance at Trinity
Watkinson Library Birds of America Display Opening: 11/3/2011 Christoph Irmscher, professor of English at Indiana University and noted Audubon expert
"James Audubon's Birds of America"
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Faculty Lecture Series at Trinity: 10/20/2011Dan Lloyd, Brownell Professor of Philosophy at Trinity College
"Mind as Music"Click here to listen
John Sayles Kicks off Nationwide Book Tour at Trinity: 4/29/2011John Sayles, Oscar-nominated independent filmmaker and writer
"A Moment in the Sun"Click here to listen
Allan K. Smith Reading Series: 4/27/2011Francisco Goldman, Allan K. Smith Professor of English Language and Literature at Trinity
Patrick Greene: 4/26/2011Composer, Trinity Class of 2007, Boston Conservatory Class of 2010
"Say Her Name: A Reading with Francisco Goldman"Click here to listen
"Sounding it Out: Composing Classical Music in the Information Age"Click here to listen
A Conversation with Charles Ferguson: 4/13/11
Charles Ferguson, Academy Award-Winning writer, director, and producerClick here to listen
Patricia C. and Charles H. McGill III ’63 Distinguished Lecture in International Studies: 4/6/2011
L. Muthoni Wanyeki, human rights activist
"Political and Social Change Slow to Take Hold in Modern-Day Kenya"
Inaugural Reitemeyer Lecture: 3/31/2011
Anthony M. Messina, John R. Reitemeyer Professor of Political Science
"Is Europe Too Diverse"
The Shirley G. Wassong Memorial Lecture: 3/8/2011
Amitava Kumar, Professor of English, Vassar College
"Make Your Own Academic Sentence"
The 2011 Language and Cultural Studies Distinguished Scholar Lecture: 3/3/2011
Ban Wang, William Haas Professor of Chinese Studies at Stanford University and the Yangtze River Professor at East China Normal University
"Where Have All The Villages Gone?: Landscape of Home and Memory in Chinese Literature and Film"
Inaugural Paul E. Raether Distinguished Lecture: 3/3/2011
Davarian L. Baldwin, Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of American Studies at Trinity College
"UniverCities: Higher Education and the Making of the 21st-Century City"
Annual Belden Sports Journalism Lecture: 2/23/2011
Alex Speier, Boston Red Sox Beat Writer, WEEI.com
"Reflections of a Baseball Beat Writer, or How Moneyball and Twitter Reshaped Covering the Red Sox/Yankees Rivalry"
Faculty Research Committee Lecture: 2/17/2011
Judy Dworin, Theater and Dance Professor at Trinity
"Creating Bridges: Arts Intervention for Children with Incarcerated Parents"
Faculty Research Committee Lecture: 2/3/2011
Madalene Spezialetti, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Trinity
"Welcome to Virt-U: Problem Solving in a Virtual Video World"