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Poet and art historian Carl Little will speak to COA’s Human Ecology Forum on Tuesday, April 22 at 4:10 pm about “Last Writes”: A Reading. Little will read poems about trees, snakes, Ellsworth, pitching woo and Van Cliburn, among other subjects. He is the author of Ocean Drinker: New & Selected Poems and his work […]

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A College of the Atlantic Human Ecology Forum will revolve around a discussion by Double Edge Theatre Company BAR HARBOR, ME – Members of Double Edge Theatre Company will host an open presentation and discussion at College of the Atlantic’s Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center on Monday, April 28 at 6:30 pm. The discussion, […]

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Susan Allen will speak to COA’s Human Ecology Forum on Tuesday, April 1 at 4:10 pm about “Georgian-South Ossetian and US-Russian Conflict Resolution Processes.” Allen is a scholar-practitioner of conflict resolution, and her main focus is on reflective practice and research that emerges from practice contexts. She has substantial expertise in intermediary roles and coordination amongst intermediaries, […]

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Author Lincoln Paine will speak to COA’s Human Ecology Forum on Tuesday, March 11 at 4:10 pm about Down East: A Maritime History of Maine. Paine is the author of five books and more than fifty articles, reviews, and lectures on maritime history. His books include Down East: A Maritime History of Maine, and Ships […]

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Dr. Sarah Hall, COA’s Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Chair in Earth Systems and GeoSciences, and several COA students will speak to the college’s Human Ecology Forum on Tuesday, March 4 at 4:10 pm about Intersections of Geology and Society: Adventures in the Cordillera Blanca Peru. The talk focuses on the trip to Peru […]

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On Tuesday, January 28th students, faculty, and staff convened in the Lecture Hall to hear from Don Perkins, the current President and CEO of the Gulf of Maine Research Institute. Perkins, who described his college days as a mix of being a Dartmouth “misfit” and Stanford “poet”, leads the interdisciplinary research, education, and community organization […]

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Rory Curtin’17 shared her stories of her time spent as the Farm and Greenhouse Manager for Conservacion Patagonica, a conservation project in Chacabuco Valle, Chile in November 2013. Her Human Ecology Forum on Tuesday, February 11 was titled, Patagonia Sur Sin Represas: Ecological Exploitation At The End Of The Earth. Curtin first discovered the region of […]