EEE Lectures – Spring 2023

Join us for ten thought-provoking lectures on Fridays from February 17th to April 28th (excluding April 7th) from 2-3 pm. Lectures are held at Faith United Methodist Church, 899 Dorset St., South Burlington and on Zoom Webinar simultaneously.

Friday, February 17

JARED CARTER, JD, Asst. Professor, Vermont Law and Graduate School

The United States Supreme Court, the Constitution and Democracy

Friday, February 24

DR. LESLEY-ANN DUPIGNY-GIROUX, Professor, Geography and Geosciences Dept., UVM; Vermont State Climatologist

Climate Change and Climate Justice in Vermont

Friday, March 3

CALVIN CUTLER, WCAX Political Reporter

Vermont Legislative Update

Friday, MARCH 10

PABLO BOSE, PhD, Professor, Geography and Geosciences Dept., UVM; Director, Global and
Regional Studies Program

U.S. Immigration – A Primer on Borders, Visas, Pathways and Politics

Friday, March 17


The Lost Legacy of Women in Ornithology

Friday, March 24

SERGIO TENREIRO DE MAGALHAES, Assoc. Professor and Chair of Cybersecurity Programs, Champlain College

Cybersecurity 101: A Pragmatic Overview of the Dark Side of Technology

Friday, March 31

LUIS VIVANCO, Professor and Chair of Anthropology Dept., UVM

When the Bicycle Arrived in Vermont

Friday, April 14

ANGELA GROVE, Executive Director of the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum

The Ethan Allen Homestead: Preserving Burlington’s History and Community

Friday, April 21

KRISTINA SARGENT, Professor of Economics, Middlebury College

The New Transatlantic Relationship: Impacts of Brexit, Inflation, and the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Friday, April 28

JAMES STEWART, Vermont Public Classical Host

The “Holy” Presence of Julius Eastman

CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, Vermont

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Enroll now to attend this semester’s live presentations and Q&A’s!