Theater, Culture and Music
Lou Trapani is back on January 8 to discuss theater and culture, followed by Donald Fraser, the educator at the Mills Mansion presenting stories of the Titanic sinking from a unique point of view.
On January 15, journalist Anthony Musso will share his personal stories of some of the top 100 recording artists of the 1950s and 1960s. In the afternoon, Bill Tuel will take us back to the Ice Age in the Hudson Valley.
60's Culture and prison reform
January 22, Bard Professor Emeritus Mark Lytle shares the iconic images that shattered and shaped American culture in the 1960s.
Sam Crow and Bill Nichols will talk about their experiences in prison reform through the lens of their documentary Invisible Chess: The Story of Jason Goudlock.
making effective presentations and the study of hate
The final session, January 29, opens with Gus Pedersen taking on the daunting subject of How to Make Effective Presentations.
In the afternoon, Kenneth Stern, the director of the Bard Center for the Study of Hate, will discuss his program. For more about the Bard Center for the Study of Hate, take a look at our article in the September LLI newsletter.