Fall 2021 Lectures

Available to EEE members live on Zoom Webinar from 2-3pm on the dates below.
Also enjoy the live Q&A that immediately follows each lecture!

SEPTEMBER 10, 2021

THOMAS DENENBERG, Director, Shelburne Museum

Lost and Found: John Singleton Copley at Shelburne Museum

SEPTEMBER 17, 2021

BRIAN PEETE, Montpelier Chief of Police

The Future of Policing: Strategic Planning for Community Safety and Partnership

SEPTEMBER 24, 2021

MARK ISSELHARDT, Maple Specialist, Proctor Maple Research Center, University of Vermont

Timeless and Thoroughly Modern: Maple Production in Vermont

OCTOBER 1, 2021

JESSICA BROWN, Visiting Professor in Criminal Law and Procedure, Vermont Law School; former Supervising Attorney, Chittenden County Public Defender Office

The Need for Justice Reform

OCTOBER 8, 2021

LINDA FOWLER, Professor of Government and Frank J. Reagan Chair in Policy Studies, Emerita, Dartmouth College

The Dysfunctional Congress: How it Got This Way and Why it Matters

OCTOBER 15, 2021

XUSANA DAVIS, Executive Director of Racial Equity, State of Vermont

Doing and Undoing

OCTOBER 22, 2021

KELLEY HELMSTUTLER DI DIO, Professor of Art History and Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Vermont

Monuments, Memory and Loss in the American Cityscape

OCTOBER 29, 2021

BRITTA TONN, Architectural Historian

The History and Architecture of the University of Vermont’s Redstone Campus

CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, Vermont

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