The UNH Concert Choir, under the direction of Dr. William Kempster, will perform the world premiere of "The Poets' Guide to New Hampshire" by UNH Professor Christopher Kies. This choral work, for SSAB Choir and Two Pianos, was composed specifically for the UNH Concert Choir and Dr. Kempster and to be performed in connection with the 150th Celebrations at UNH. Nine of the fourteen movements of the work will be performed this April, while the remaining five movements will be performed next fall. All of the poetry set to the music was written by New Hampshire poets, and the texts are all taken from two anthologies, both compiled and edited by UNH's own John-Michael Albert. These anthologies are entitled, "The Poets' Guide to New Hampshire" vol.
Members of the University community, friends, and family are cordially invited to join us in celebrating Professor Joshua Meyrowitz’s retirement from the University of New Hampshire on Sunday, April 30, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Elizabeth Carter is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Program Coordinator for the Sustainability Politics & Policy Certificate. Her First Monday talk will be titled "In Vino Veritas: Producer Politics and the Construction of Quality Wine Markets." You can read more about her research on the politics, sociology and economics behind food in this recent College Letter article.
The 2017 Philosophy and Film Series ends with the showing of Sound and Fury 6 Years Lateron Tuesday, May 2.
This documentary revisits Heather Artinian's family six years after the original documentary. It tracks the impact of cochlear implants on her life and the life of her family. It raise important questions about level of function, mode of function, medical technology, social support programs and culture in our concept of normal function and its impact on health care judgements.
The culmination of our students' hard work is presented in the form of a showcase performance open to the public at the end of each semester. Come join us and share our students' enthusiasm and excitement as they present their work.