Fall 2020 Lectures

Friday, September 11
“Chromatic Color: Exploring the Connections between the Lives and Music of J.S. Bach and Frederic Chopin” – James Stewart, Classical Host, Vermont Public Radio

Friday, September 18
“‘Votes…for Women?’: The Question, the Movement, the Legacy” – Amy Morsman, Professor of History, Middlebury College

Friday, September 25
“Education in Vermont Today: Challenges, Opportunities and Innovations in Our Schools” – Sean McMannon, Superintendent, Winooski School District

Friday, October 2
“The Macroeconomics of COVID” – Peter Hans Matthews, Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics, Middlebury College

Friday, October 9
1:45 pm – Annual Meeting of the Membership
2:00 pm – Lecture
“American Stories from Shelburne Museum: Rethinking Objects in a Virtual Era” – Katie Wood Kirchhoff,  Associate Curator, Shelburne Museum

Friday, October 16
“The Election of 2020” – Eric Davis, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Middlebury College

Friday October 23
“The Trump Administration and Canada: America First in Action” – Christopher Kirkey, Director, Center for the Study of Canada, State University of New York at Plattsburgh

Friday, October 30
“Politics in a Pandemic: How COVID-19 Is Shaping Statewide Races in 2020” – Peter Hirschfeld, Capital Bureau Reporter, Vermont Public Radio

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