Join us for a special event featuring guest speaker Prof. Deidre Shauna Lynch, Ernest Bernbaum Professor of English Literature at Harvard University. Prof. Lynch will give a talk entitled "How to Hold Hands in Print" on Friday, 4/7 at noon in McConnell 220. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Drawn directly from Robert Frost's lectures, interviews, and letters, "This Verse Business" is both an illuminating portrait of the man and an entertaining distillation of one poet's body of work and his writing methods. Gordon Clapp brings Frost to life in this captivating testament to the intrinsic value of poetry and the arts. Audiences will leave moved and inspired.
Perhaps the most widely read poet of the twentieth century in the United States, Robert Frost returns to the stage in A.M. Dolan's, "This Verse Business." Played by Emmy winning actor Gordon Clapp (NYPD Blue's Detective Greg Medavoy), Frost's poetry is heard afresh; and his great wit witnessed once more in Clapp's critically acclaimed performance.
Climate Change in Your Cup: The Bio-Economics of Shade-Grown Coffee
Shadi Atallah Assistant Professor of Resource and Environmental Economics, UNH
Part of the spring 2017 New Hampshire International Seminar Series, Migrations, Labor and Natural Resources, sponsored by the International Affairs Program and the Center for International Education and Global Engagement.
The Anthropology Club is hosting a guest talk by Travis DiJoseph, Associate Director in Enrollment Initiatives at Boston University School of Public Health.
Travis will share information about the fields of public and global health and opportunities for graduate studies, internships, research and careers there, in the Boston area and around the world. COLA majors in Anthropology, International Relations, Sociology, Women's Studies, and anyone else who's interested is invited and encouraged to come - pizza lunch too!
On Friday, April 14th and Saturday, April 15th at 8:00 PM in Johnson Theater at the University of New Hampshire, the UNH Opera Program will proudly present the quintessential America opera, Aaron Copland’s The Tender Land. There is no composer who devoted himself more to the subject of America than Copland. The Tender Land, his only opera, deeply and beautifully presents those elements that truly define American character; rugged individualism, hard work, family, dreams, brokenness, healing and a landscape broad and beautiful. These are all set against the enduring American theme of “otherness” and prejudice in a Society created by immigrants arriving to a land of new promise.