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November 2003

11-05-2003 NOTED BIOGRAPHER AND HISTORIAN HAYDEN HERRERA WILL SPEAK ABOUT HER NEW BOOK, ARSHILE GORKY: HIS LIFE AND WORK, AT BARD COLLEGE ON NOVEMBER 5 "Hayden Herrera has written the definitive biography of Arshile Gorky—lucid, persuasive, meticulous, intimate, and refreshingly clear-eyed."—Andrew Solomon, New York Times Full Story
11-04-2003 FOUR FALL INTERGENERATIONAL SEMINARS AT BARD COLLEGE WILL BE OFFERED DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER Topics include the United Nations; development around the city of Hudson; the Italian education of Goethe, de Staël, and Wordsworth; and the artist El Greco Full Story
11-02-2003 THE COLORADO QUARTET WITH CELLIST ROBERT MARTIN WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 Full Story

October 2003

10-30-2003 THE JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE CONTINUES THIS FALL WITH THREE READINGS IN OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER Full Story
10-28-2003 PUBLIC FORUM ON AIDS AND SARS IN CHINA TO TAKE PLACE AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28 The Forum Will Be Preceded, on October 27, by a Film Screening Featuring Footage Shot by Two Bard Graduates Teaching in China During the SARS Outbreak Full Story
10-25-2003 DISTINGUISHED PSYCHOLOGIST JOHN T. CACIOPPO TO PRESENT LECTURE ON “THE ANATOMY OF LONELINESS” AT BARD COLLEGE Lecture Is First Annual Andrew J. Bernstein ’68 Memorial Lecture Full Story
10-24-2003 NOVELIST AND BARD COLLEGE PROFESSOR BRADFORD MORROW IS AMONG WINNERS OF PRESTIGIOUS O. HENRY PRIZE FOR 2003 Morrow Joins Other Distinguished Writers, Including T. Coraghessan Boyle, A. S. Byatt, and Alice Munro, in Receiving 2003 Prize For Short Fiction Full Story
10-24-2003 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD FINALIST AND LEADING RESEARCHER ON ENVIRONMENTAL CAUSES OF BREAST CANCER TO SPEAK OCTOBER 24 AS PART OF BARD'S DISTINGUISHED SCIENTIST LECTURE SERIES Devra Lee Davis—Author of When Smoke Ran Like Water, a Finalist for the 2002 National Book Award—Will Participate in a Lecture and a Book Signing Full Story
10-16-2003 THE JOHN ASHBERY POETRY SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE ANNOUNCES FALL READINGS Full Story
10-15-2003 BARD COLLEGE MUSIC DEPARTMENT PRESENTS TWO FREE CONCERTS OF INDIAN MUSIC THIS FALL "Kiranavali—Songs of South India" Takes Place on October 15 and "Kabir in Song: The Musical Life of a Great Religious Poet of India" on November 8 Full Story
10-09-2003 BARD GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM ANNOUNCES FALL 2003 SPEAKER SERIES Full Story
10-07-2003 "HOW VULNERABLE IS BUSH?" IS THE TOPIC OF A FORUM PRESENTED BY THE BARD DEMOCRATS ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7 Speakers include James Chace, Heather Hurlburt, Mark Danner, and Mark Lindeman Full Story
10-04-2003 “MIRACLES IN THE WORLD’S RELIGIONS” IS THE TOPIC OF A SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED BY THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4 Full Story
10-04-2003 BARD COLLEGE STUDENTS AND SHANGHAI THEATRE ACADEMY TO PERFORM GODS AND THE GOOD WOMAN FROM OCTOBER 4–7 IN THE RICHARD B. FISHER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Free Bilingual Performances Will Include a Symposium on Sunday, October 5 Full Story
10-03-2003 “MARY MAGDALENE: A FEMINIST BIOGRAPHY” IS TOPIC OF THE 2003 FALL LUNCHEON LECTURE SERIES PRESENTED BY THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED THEOLOGY AT BARD COLLEGE Weekly series with the Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton meets Fridays from October 3 through October 31 Full Story

September 2003

09-28-2003 FIRST MAJOR AMERICAN RETROSPECTIVE OF VISUAL ARTIST AND MUSICIAN CHRISTIAN MARCLAY'S WORK Full Story
09-21-2003 THE BARD CENTER PRESENTS “TWO PIANOS/TWO PERCUSSION,” A CONCERT FEATURING THE WORLD PREMIERE OF HAROLD FARBERMAN’S EARLY HUDSON VALLEY SCENES AND BARTÓK’S SONATA FOR TWO PIANOS AND PERCUSSION Full Story
09-18-2003 MATHEMATICIAN AND MACARTHUR FELLOW DR. JEFF WEEKS TO SPEAK AT BARD COLLEGE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Full Story
09-16-2003 RENOWNED ROMANIAN ÉMIGRÉ WRITER NORMAN MANEA TO DISCUSS NEW MEMOIR IN PUBLIC DIALOGUE WITH BARD PRESIDENT LEON BOTSTEIN Full Story
09-16-2003 CHINA HISTORIAN, CHARLOTTE FURTH, TO DISCUSS HISTORICAL APPROACHES TO STUDYING THE HUMAN BODY AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
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