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Friday, December 4, 2020

Fri, Dec 4, 2020

Workday Training - Purchasing

Learn how to purchase goods and services using Workday. Shared Services is offering five classes between December 2nd and December 18th. View the full schedule on amherst.edu/go/big

How Hip Hop Became Hit Pop

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Held Via Zoom, Zoom Link: https://amherstcollege.zoom.u

The Faculty Colloquium Series for 2020-21 presents a lecture entitled "How Hip Hop Became Hit Pop" presented by Amy Coddington, Assistant Professor of Music. This lecture will be held via Zoom (see link below). Faculty Colloquium events are sponsored by a group of faculty colleagues who meet informally with the purpose of supporting and promoting the College’s commitment to faculty research. The event is open to the Amherst College Community. For more information about the Faculty Colloquium Series please visit this link https://www.amherst.edu/mm/597044

LINK TO THE ZOOM MEETING:
https://amherstcollege.zoom.us/j/95865909384?pwd=WlhhTVhCZ0FDWXJxWU1Bd3V...

Emily Dickinson’s Amherst College

Join museum staff for a lively lunchtime talk about the impact of Amherst College on the life of poet Emily Dickinson.

The Dickinson family were instrumental to the College during its first 75 years, beginning with Samuel Fowler Dickinson’s part in its founding and continuing with Edward and Austin’s combined 60 years of service as treasurers. The College was an early and lasting influence in Dickinson’s own life, playing an inestimable role in her early education and friendships, and later connecting her to an ever-widening local and global community. Through original photographs and archival documents, encounter some of the people and places that defined Dickinson’s 19th-century Amherst College, including students, professors, workers and alumni.

Following the talk, enjoy the Q&A with museum guides Stephanie Bennett, Brenna Macaray, Christopher Fobare and Anna Plummer.

All are welcome to attend this free program, but registration is required.

Registration Required