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Clement and Linda McGillicuddy Humanities Center

The Meaty Mind: Eating and Thinking in Early Christian Monasticism

Soderberg Lecture Hall Jenness Hall, UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

The University of Maine History Department's 2022-2023 symposium series will hold its next meeting on Monday, March 20th at 3:15pm in Soderberg Auditorium (Jenness Hall). Dr. Jamie Kreiner (University of Georgia) will be speaking about "The Meaty Mind: Eating and Thinking in Early Christian Monasticism." The History Department Symposium Series, “History through Food & Drink," is supported […]

Creativity in Art, Change and Survival*

Soderberg Lecture Hall Jenness Hall, UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

With Don Foresta and Edwige Armand  Tuesday 24 April 3:30PM Soderberg Lecture Hall, 116 Jenness Hall Abstract: Why art is linked to the survival of humans in general. We start from an ancestral point of view and end with a look at the world today. The roots of art are to be found very far in the […]

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Examining the Life of Maine Missionary and Suffragist Elizabeth Upham Yates

Soderberg Lecture Hall Jenness Hall, UMaine, Orono, ME, United States

Shannon M. Risk, ’96, ’09, Associate Professor of History at Niagara University, will deliver a lecture entitled: “Examining the Life of Maine Missionary and Suffragist Elizabeth Upham Yates — The Importance of Biography.” “Elizabeth Upham Yates (1857-1942) was a missionary and suffragist, born and raised in Coastal Maine, who rose to national prominence as a […]

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