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Anyone interested in music education won’t want to miss this visit from Dr. Daniel Shevock. Dr. Shevock is a pioneering leader in making connections between ecological literacy and music education. His work bridges autoethnography with historical and philosophical examinations of practices that cultivate a love for place and the natural world. Notions of ecological care arrive at a new philosophy for music education and education more broadly as a spiritual praxis rooted in soil communities, informed by ecology’s intrinsic value…Find out more »
Ever wonder where Wonder Woman came from? Marvel at the powers of Captain Marvel? Feel in the dark about Black Widow? On Monday, March 18 at 7 pm, join Jennifer Besse, from the English department, on the library’s main level where she will speak about the Greek mythology which inspired our modern, comic-book superwomen. Using Greek art and literature, she will make connections between the heroic women of the ancient world and their modern counterparts. Cost: This event is free…Find out more »