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March 2004

03-27-2004 BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS "ONE YEAR LATER: CRITICALLY THINKING GLOBAL RESISTANCE," A CONFERENCE ABOUT THE GLOBAL PROTEST OF FEBRUARY 15, 2003, AND THE MOVEMENT AGAINST THE WAR IN IRAQ, MARCH 27–28 IN NEW YORK CITY Full Story
03-23-2004 BISHOP JOHN SHELBY SPONG WILL SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ABOUT RELIGION, SEXUALITY, AND CHURCH CRISIS Full Story
03-20-2004 THE OSAGYEFO THEATRE COMPANY FROM GHANA WILL BE IN RESIDENCE AT BARD COLLEGE, MARCH 17–20 Full Story
03-18-2004 BARD GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM SPEAKER SERIES OFFERS TWO LECTURES IN MARCH AND APRIL Full Story
03-17-2004 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION CONCERT FOR COMPOSER NIKOS SKALKOTTAS AT BARD ON MARCH 17 Full Story
03-16-2004 LEADING CHINESE ECONOMIST EDWARD CHEN TO DISCUSS GROWTH IN CHINA AT BARD COLLEGE ON MARCH 16 Full Story
03-16-2004 "MINDERS AND KEEPERS: INTELLECTUALS IN COMMUNIST BULGARIA," THE HUMAN RIGHTS PROJECT AND RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES AT BARD PRESENT ELIZABETH FRANK AND AUTHOR ZLATKO ANGUELOV IN CONVERSATION ON MARCH 16 Full Story
03-15-2004 THE THEATER PROGRAM AT BARD PRESENTS THE MUSICAL IN A PIG’S VALISE FROM MARCH 12–15 Full Story
03-14-2004 "THE DEATH OF JESUS AND ANTI-SEMITISM" IS THE TOPIC OF A SEMINAR ON MARCH 14 AT THE HOUSE OF THE REDEEMER IN MANHATTAN Participants include Bruce Chilton, Peter Feinman, and Jacob Neusner Full Story
03-14-2004 THE COLORADO QUARTET WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON MARCH 14 Full Story
03-12-2004 "FROM THE NATIONAL TO THE GLOBAL AND BACK? THE ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS AS A SUPRANATIONAL INSTITUTION" IS THE TOPIC OF THE SECOND ANNUAL BARD/HUMBOLDT STUDENT SYMPOSIUM Bard hosts visit by students from Berlin’s Humboldt University with two-day symposium, March 12–13 Full Story
03-10-2004 BARD IN CHINA AND BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY TO HOST OPEN FORUM ON ENERGY IN CHINA MARCH 10 Full Story
03-10-2004 PERFORMANCE BY SEVEN TIBETAN BUDDHIST MONKS AT BARD COLLEGE ON MARCH 10 Full Story
03-09-2004 BARD COLLEGE TO HOST JAPANESE CLASSICAL THEATER LECTURE SERIES DURING SPRING SEMESTER Full Story
03-08-2004 HIGHLY ACCLAIMED AUTHOR AND CULTURAL CRITIC EDMUND WHITE TO GIVE READING AT BARD COLLEGE ON MONDAY, MARCH 8 Full Story
03-07-2004 FOUR MASTER'S DEGREE EXHIBITIONS, BETWEEN ABOVE AND BELOW, ECONOMIES OF SCALE, FLOCK, AND THE HAPPY WORKER, ON VIEW AT BARD'S CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES FROM MARCH 7 TO 21 Full Story
03-05-2004 FREE CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT AT BARD ON FRIDAY, MARCH 5 Hudson Pro Musica, with bassoonist Elisabeth Romano, oboist Stephen Hammer, and pianist Sylvia Suzowsky, present music for woodwinds and piano Full Story
03-05-2004 "JAMES THE BROTHER OF JESUS" IS THE TOPIC OF THE 2004 LENTEN LECTURE SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE Weekly Series with the Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton runs from March 5 through April 2 Full Story
03-05-2004 INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD AND MIRIAM'S WELL PRESENT THE SERIES "THE MYSTICAL REVOLUTION" WITH NOTED AUTHOR AND MYSTIC ANDREW HARVEY Full Story
03-04-2004 RPI PROFESSOR AND INVENTOR TO DISCUSS MEDICAL IMAGING SYSTEMS AT BARD COLLEGE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 4 Full Story
03-04-2004 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR JAMES SHAPIRO WILL SPEAK ABOUT MEL GIBSON'S FILM PASSION AT BARD ON MARCH 4 Full Story
03-04-2004 JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE PRESENTS READINGS BY ASHBERY, MARK MCMORRIS, AND LORENZO THOMAS IN MARCH AND CAROLYN FORCHÉ IN APRIL Full Story
03-02-2004 BARD COLLEGE TO HOST JAPANESE CLASSICAL THEATER LECTURE SERIES DURING SPRING SEMESTER Series Continues Tuesday, March 2, with "Finding Inspiration in the Beauty of Bunraku Puppet Theater" at the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts Full Story
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