Bowdoin Talks: Activism, Horror and Suicide Among Recent Lecture Topics

bowdoin-talksWatch campus lectures and discussions on Bowdoin Talks. Recent speakers include activist DeRay Mckesson ’07, who discussed the intersection of education and justice; clinical psychologist Sally Spencer-Thomas ’89, who spoke about suicide prevention; and Professor of English and Cinema Studies Aviva Briefel, who analyzed a 2014 horror film’s take on parenthood.

You can also watch Senator George Mitchell’s keynote address for Upward Bound’s 50th anniversary celebration. Other recent talks include academics and artists speaking on the Bowdoin College Museum of Art’s current exhibition, Night Vision: Nocturnes in American Art, 1860-1960. Make sure to check the site for updates.

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