Amherst Unlocked: Contemporary Research Looking Anew at Amherst’s First 125 Years (1821-WWII)

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Amherst Today provides alumni, parents and students the opportunity to experience a two-day on-campus program, offering intellectual exploration and discussion on a single topic. Join us on campus November 30 - December 1 for Amherst Unlocked: Contemporary Research Looking Anew at Amherst’s First 125 Years (1821-WWII). Amherst Unlocked begins with a private tour of the Emily Dickinson museum, and features lectures, tours, and stories of fascinating people and scholarship from our shared history. Speakers include faculty, administrators, parents, alumni and students.

This program is part of a series, culminating in our Bicentennial year. Last fall featured The Connecticut River Valley Before Amherst College. Amherst Today in November 2019 will explore Amherst's story post-WWII to the present. Our spring 2019 topic will be announced this fall.

The registration fee for the program and meals (lunch and dinner Friday; breakfast and lunch on Saturday) is $100 per person.

 View of Amherst College Mass. From the President's House. Pendleton's Lithography, Boston; Kidder, H.C. Circa 1830
- Five College Museums/Historic Deerfield. http://museums.fivecolleges.edu (above).