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Lecture Series at Cary Library

posted Jan 20, 2017, 1:00 PM by Linda Faucher
The Center for Global Humanities Seminar Series along with the Tangier Global Forum Series introduces you to some of the greatest challenges humanity faces today. 
Cary Library will host the streamed lectures from 6:00 to 7:00p.m. each Thursday evening during February and March.
Feb 2 The Struggle Between Muslims and Christians for the Mediterranean by Amy G. Remensnyder
Feb 9 The Patterns of Maine's Migratory Breeding Birds by Herb Wilson
Feb 16 The Birth of Monotheism by Mark S. Smith
Feb 23 Food and Identity in Judaism, Christianity and Islam by David M. Freidenreich
Mar 2 The Past and Future of the Arabs by Eugene Rogan
Mar 9 Moderation in an Age of Extremes by Robert Zaretsky
Mar 16 The New Allure of the City (and Some Unanticipated Consequences) by Alex Krieger
Mar 23 Asymmetrical Transparency: The Global Politics of Risk Management by Rachel Hall
Mar 30 Darwin's Legacies by Susan Lindee
For more information you may call the library at 532-1302 or visit our website at www.cary.lib.me.us
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