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12.01.14
Photographing in Ukraine and Russia: 2004-2014
Graham Auditorium, Hillyer Hall
Russian-born artist Sasha Rudensky discusses her exhibit of the same name, on view in Oresman Gallery at Smith College Dec. 1-19.
12.01.14
Nerd Nite
Eastworks
Like a TED Talk, with beer. UMass-Amherst associate professor of psychology Rebecca Spencer discusses why we sleep one third of our life away. Matt Rigney, author of , discusses the broadbill swordfish. 21-plus.
12.02.14
Joe Gannon
The Basement
Straw Dog Writers Night Out presents novelist and reporter Gannon as the featured speaker, plus open mike slots.
12.02.14
Paul Fleischman
Jones Library
Local author Fleischman reads and discusses his recent book, .
12.03.14
Walk Through the Grades at The Hartsbrook School
The Hartsbrook School
Tour the campus and grounds. Observe classes in session. Followed by a Q and A. Adults only. Call to register.
12.03.14
D. Dina Friedman, Karen Shepard, Suzanne Strempek Shea, and M.P. Barker
Forbes Library
Local novelists read from their works, followed by Q and A.
12.03.14
Mark Wunderlich
Amherst Books
Wunderlich reads selections of his poetry.
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