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09.18.14
RiverCulture Third Thursday - 20th Century Turners Falls
Downtown Turners Falls
Featuring a screening of - the documentary about water power on the Connecticut River, a lecture by local historian Ed Gregory on the evolution of dams in Turners, an installation by Marykate Smith Depres examining the role of women in industrial factory work, free Polish food, Irish music, and more. See turnersfallsriverculture.org for more information.
09.18.14
Girl Scouts Info Meeting
JFK Middle School
For girls in grades K-12 and their families.
09.18.14
Nava Atlas
Odyssey Bookshop
VegKitchen.com creator Atlas reads from .
09.18.14
Sweethearts at Sea: Love and Marriage in the Nineteenth Century New England Whaling Industry
Springfield Museums
In this week's Thursday a la carte lecture, UMass-Amherst Ph.D. candidate Amanda Goodheart Parks discusses how whaling couples defied society's expectations by going to sea together.
09.18.14
Fair Use of Foul Play? Shaping the Rules for the Digital Age
Norman Rockwell Museum
Cain Hibbard and Myers attorney Sarah Kohrs and managing partner Lucy Prashker discuss creative content and copyright rules.
09.18.14
Infanticide and a Reverse Fertility Transition in Japan, 1790-1920
Neilson Library Browsing Room, Smith College
Fabian Drixler of Yale Univ.
09.18.14
Public Lecture
Stirn Auditorium
Harvard Divinity School professor Laura Nasrallah discusses how direct encounters with original objects can change learning. Reception to follow.
09.18.14
The Prayers of a Child: Piety, Virtue, and Cuteness in Muslim Societies
Seelye Hall, Smith College
With Jamal Elias, professor of religion at the University of Pennsylvania.
09.18.14
Light and Architecture Photography Workshop
Our Lady of Czestochowa
With Beth Reynolds of Base Camp Photo. In conjunction with the RiverCulture Third Thursday event 20th Century Turners Falls.
09.18.14
Art and Humanity
Gamble Auditorium, Mt. Holyoke College
Carrie Mae Weems discusses her photographic practice which has focused on race, gender, family, and other aspects of American culture. Reception to follow.
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