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Diversity FilmFestival

Arts &Humanities

7 p.m. in Gibble Auditorium

Contact: Jean-Paul Benowitz, assistant director of Academic Advising, at 717-361-1110 or benowitzj@etown.edu

Contact: Jean-Paul Benowitz, assistant director of Academic Advising, at 717-361-1110 or benowitzj@etown.edu

Monday, September 12

“Harvest of Shame” (1960)

The television documentary, pre-sented by CBS broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow, illustrates the plight of American migrant agricultural workers. Includes discussion by Dr. Fletcher McClellan, professor of Politi-cal Science and Dean of Faculty, and Dr. Michael Pisapia, visiting professor of Political Science.

Monday, October 10

“To Kill A Mockingbird”(1962)

The critically-acclaimed, classic trial flm that portrays a message about racial prejudice, violence, moral toler-ance and dignifed courage. Includes a discussion by Dr. John Teske, professor of Psychology, and Dr. Kyle Kopko, assistant professor of Political Science and director of the Pre-Law program.

Monday, November 28

“Little Big Man” (1970)

Starring Dustin Hoffman, “Little Big Man” recounts the westward move-ment through the eyes of a white man raised as a Native American. The flm includes discussion by Robert Wheelersburg, associate professor of Anthropology, and Fletcher McClel-lan, professor of Political Science and Dean of Faculty.

Gretna Music

7:30 p.m. in Leffer Chapel and Performance Center

Contact: Carl Kane at 717-361-1508 www.gretnamusic.org/etown/ www.gretnamusic.org/tickets.htm

Sunday, October 9

SFJazz Collective

The eight-player SFJazz Collective focuses on the music of cultural icon, Stevie Wonder.

Monday, October 17

The English Concert

Since its founding in 1972, the English Concert has been at the forefront of authentic Baroque performance practice.

Sunday, November 13

“Intercultural Journeys”

Created by Philadelphia Orchestra cellist, Udi Bar-David, this concert brings people of diverse cultures and beliefs together through music.

Tuesday, November 29

Canadian Brass

Best-loved brass quintet performs holiday music.

Saturday, December 3

Lionheart

Among the world’s most recognizable a cappella ensembles, Lionheart per-forms beloved Medieval and Renais-sance Christmas selections.

Wednesday, October 12, 11 a.m. in Leffer Chapel and Performance Center

“Symposium on Books: The Signifcance of Books Past, Present, Future”

A faculty panel discusses the signif-cance of books in history, the present age and into the future.

Wednesday, October 12, 6:30 p.m. in Hoover 212 with reception following

“Meaningful Life Work, Ca-reers, and the Liberal Arts”

A panel presentation featuring campus and local community members who are engaged in meaningful life work and hold careers in the arts and humanities.

Sunday, October 16, 3 p.m. Monday, October 17, 7:30 p.m. in Zug Recital Hall

BA Music Club Concert

“Night on Broadway”

A lighthearted selection of recent Broadway tunes.

Monday, October 17, 7 p.m. in Gibble Auditorium, Esbenshade Hall

Film

“Open Book, Open Film: Deadly Deception”

A look at the Tuskegee study that pro-vided worthless medicine and denied treatment to 400 African-American men with syphilis.

Saturday, October 29, 10 a.m. in Elizabethtown Public Library Auditorium, lower level, 10 S. Market St.

“Alcott’s Pen, Prose, Men, and Martyrs: Louisa May Alcott’s Civil War Saga”

Jean-Paul Benowitz, assistant director of Academic Advising and adjunct professor of History, talks about Louisa May Alcott’s poetry, fction and nonfction, literature that was largely infuenced by the Civil War and the men in her life.

Monday, October 31, 7:30 p.m. in Zug Recital Hall

Student Solo Recital

Solo works for voice, piano, wind and string instruments.

Tuesday, November 1, 3:30 p.m. in Brinser Lecture Room, Steinman Hall

“Gothic: Louisa May Alcott’s Thrillers”

Dr. Kimberly VanEsveld Adams, associate professor of English, and Meghan FitzGerald, an area Alcott scholar, talk about Alcott’s thrillers.

Thursday, November 10, 7:30 p.m. in Leffer Chapel and Performance Center

“Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women”

Biographer Harriet Reisen talks about her biography, with clips from the documentary.

Thursday, November 15, 7:45 p.m. in Bucher Meetinghouse, Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies

“Corsets, (Un)employment, Education: Louisa May Alcott and All Kinds of Reforms”

Dr. Kimberly VanEsveld Adams, associate professor of English, talks about Alcott’s reform agendas.

Events funded by an American Library Association/NEH grant awarded to Elizabethtown Public Library, with assistance from Elizabethtown College.

www.etown.edu/events

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