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January 2002

01-31-2002 BARD COLLEGE'S LITERARY JOURNAL CONJUNCTIONS CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY WITH N.Y.C. EVENT January 31 Celebration at The New School Features Master of Ceremonies Rick Moody and Readings by Robert Coover, Robert Creeley, Ann Lauterbach, Joyce Carol Oates, Full Story
01-31-2002 PANEL DISCUSSION AT BARD COLLEGE WILL EXPLORE THE GEO-POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MILITARIZING SPACE Full Story
01-31-2002 RENOWNED GERMAN PHOTOGRAPHER THOMAS DEMAND TO SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON FEBRUARY 20 Full Story
01-28-2002 PIANIST MELVIN CHEN WILL PERFORM A SOLO RECITAL AT BARD COLLEGE ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 Concert features works by Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann, and Joan Tower Full Story
01-28-2002 BARD IN CHINA TO SPONSOR FEBRUARY 18 LECTURE ON THE ORIGINS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIONS IN CHINA Full Story
01-27-2002 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY WINS SUPPORT FROM AT&T FOUNDATION $10,000 Grant Will Fund Fellowships for Graduate Students Exploring Information Technologies and Environmental Policy Making Full Story
01-25-2002 LATIN JAZZ COMES TO BARD COLLEGE ON FEBRUARY 9 AND 10 Weekend offers lecture/demonstrations by Danilo Pérez and Ray Mantilla, a film screening, and a performance by the Danilo Pérez Trio Full Story
01-24-2002 SERIES OF THESIS EXHIBITIONS WILL BE PRESENTED THIS SPRING BY THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
01-23-2002 THE BARD COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM'S SPRING 2002 LECTURE SERIES OPENS FEBRUARY 11 WITH RONI HORN Full Story
01-18-2002 OPEN FORUM AT BARD COLLEGE WILL EXAMINE THE EFFECTS OF CHINA'S ENTRY INTO THE WTO ON U.S. AND WORLD AGRICULTURE February 7 Event Cosponsored by Bard in China and the Bard Center for Environmental Policy Is Free and Open to the Public Full Story
01-16-2002 THE EXHIBITION DAVE MULLER: CONNECTIONS WILL BE ON VIEW FROM JUNE 23 TO SEPTEMBER 8 AT THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
01-14-2002 2002 CONDUCTORS INSTITUTE AT BARD COLLEGE OFFERS SIX-WEEK SUMMER SESSION AND A YEAR-ROUND M.F.A. PROGRAM "No serious conductor should miss the opportunity to study at the Institute." -Marin Alsop, Music Director, Colorado Symphony Orchestra Full Story
01-14-2002 THE CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS THREE EXHIBITIONS OF WORKS FROM ITS PERMANENT COLLECTION CURATED BY FIRST-YEAR GRADUATE STUDENTS Full Story
01-11-2002 BARD FICTION PRIZE RECIPIENT NATHAN ENGLANDER TO READ FROM RECENT WORK AT BARD COLLEGE ON FEBRUARY 6 Full Story
01-10-2002 BARD COLLEGE HOSTS LECTURE AND BOOK SIGNING FOR BROTHER OF JESUS, EDITED BY BARD PROFESSORS Karl Donfried, Elizabeth A. Woodson Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature at Smith College, will speak on "James and Paul in Jerusalem" on February 13 Full Story
01-10-2002 INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE WILL HOLD WEEKLY LENTEN LECTURES ON WEDNESDAYS FROM FEBRUARY 20 TO MARCH 20 The Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton will lead discussions titled "St. Paul in Tarsus and Jerusalem" Full Story
01-09-2002 AMERICAN SYMPHONY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 2001-02 BARD-VASSAR CONCERT SERIES CONTINUES ON FEBRUARY 8 AND 9 Program features works by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Joan Tower, and Richard Strauss Full Story
01-09-2002 THE DANILO PÉREZ TRIO WILL GIVE THE INAUGURAL CONCERT OF THE JAZZ AT BARD SERIES ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 The Latin Jazz Weekend will also feature a film and jazz workshops Full Story
01-07-2002 BARD COLLEGE COMMUNITY CHORUS SEEKS SINGERS FOR MAY PERFORMANCE OF THE CONGOLESE MASS, MISSA LUBA Full Story
01-02-2002 ZOE B. ZAK TRIO WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Concert will feature traditional and new Hebrew and English songs Full Story
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