Future Speakers

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2021

Jul 28 Joseph Polisi, Former president of The Juilliard School; “Juilliard – Past, Present and Future”
Aug 4 IN-PERSON MEETING & SPEAKER ARE CANCELLED
Aug 11 Jim Knox, Zoologist and Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo’s Curator of Education; “Saving Animals from Extinction: Tales of Species Recovery in Connecticut and Beyond”
Aug 18 Robert Gallucci, distinguished professor at Georgetown University, former Dean of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University from 1996 to 2009, and president of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation from 2009 to 2015; Current U.S. foreign policy
Aug 25 Page Knox, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of Art History at Columbia University and Lecturer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; “Alice Neel: People Come First.”
Sep 1 David Richards, former New York City real estate lawyer; “Creation of the High Line”
Sep 8 Curtis Martin; “The History of Whaling”
Sep 15 RMA Picnic; No Program
Sep 22 Starting with Stuart Malina, a series of five discussions about music and the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra by candidates for the position of conductor: Other candidates on Nov 17, 2021, Jan 5, 2022, Feb 23, 2022 and Apr 6, 2022
Sep 29 Steve Holmes, PhD, High energy particle physicist, formerly with Fermilab, “What’s Out There and Where’s it Going: The 20th Century Revolution in Cosmology.”
Proposed Community Discussion Group at the Greenwich Library, “The World is Round, but the Universe is Flat – What’s going on here?”
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Oct 20 Ambassador Clark Randt, United States Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China; 2001 until 2009. “China and US-China Relations”
Oct 27 Jonathan Altar, American journalist, best-selling author, Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker and television producer, and senior editor for Newsweek (1983 until 2011) on his book, “His Very Best: Jimmy Carter, a Life” (2020)
Nov 3 Evan Osnos, Author of “Age of Ambition: Chasing Fortune, Truth, and Faith in the New China,” winner the 2014 National Book Award for non-fiction; and staff writer for the “New Yorker,” Greenwich H.S. graduate, Conversation on his recent book
Nov 10 RMA Banquet; No Program
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