Patterson Bay, Laird Hall

The 4th Annual People, Place, Plates

Growing for the Future: A Farm-to-Table Fundraising Dinner

Join us as we celebrate Fulton Farm and its commitment to educating for sustainability through food. 

Enjoy an evening of local food and drink, music and prize drawings. 

Love in the End Times: On Samuel Delany and #blacklivesmatter

Love in the End Times: On Samuel Delany and #blacklivesmatter
4 p.m. in Patterson Bay, Laird Hall

Samuel Delany is the preeminent African American science fiction writer. His novels and memoirs tackle the complexities of identity, race, and personal relationships. How might his writings help us respond to anti-black racism, from police violence to microaggression?

Beyond Pragmatic Politics: African American Science Fiction as Political Theology

Tue. Nov. 3 - Black Apocalypse & Christian Hope
Dr. Vincent Lloyd

Beyond Pragmatic Politics: African American Science Fiction as Political Theology
12 p.m. in Patterson Bay, Laird Hall

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign: Tim LaHaye's End-Times Theologies

Tue. Oct. 20  - Doomsday Scenarios
Dr. Kelly Baker

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign: Tim LaHaye's End-Times Theologies
12 p.m. in Patterson Bay, Laird Hall

I'll talk through some of LaHaye's more recent apocalyptic visions and how they are different, and less popular, than his previous Left Behind series. Signs of end times emerge as political events.

Evening: With a Shamble and a Moan: Zombie Apocalypses in American Culture
4 p.m. in Patterson Bay, Laird Hall

Abrupt climate change and sea-level rise: How what we don’t know might hurt us

Tue. Nov. 10 – Climate Science
Dr. Richard Alley

Abrupt climate change and sea-level rise: How what we don’t know might hurt us
12 p.m. in Brooks Auditorium

Good News in the Greenhouse?.
7 p.m. in Brooks Auditorium
The big picture on energy, the environment, and our future.

Sacralizing the Secular: Bill McKibben and the Ethics of Sustainability

Sacralizing the Secular:  Bill McKibben and the Ethics of Sustainability
4 p.m. in Patterson Bay, Laird Hall

The Spiritual Roots of the Environmental Crisis: Pope Francis’s Ecology Encyclical

Tue. Oct. 6 – Care For Our Common Home: Pope Francis and the Environment
Dr. Matthew Shadle

The Spiritual Roots of the Environmental Crisis: Pope Francis’s Ecology Encyclical
12 p.m. in Patterson Bay, Laird Hall

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