Future Speakers

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2021

Apr 14 Khalil Habib, PhD, Associate Professor of Politics, Hillsdale College, Michigan; “Progressivism and its Philosophical Roots (Thinking Critically About Political Life)”
Apr 21 Janice Nimura, author, on her new book The Doctors Blackwell: “The Doctors Blackwell: How two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women – and Women to Medicine”
Apr 28 The Right Honorable Jesse Norman, Ph.D., Conservative Member of Parliament, Government Minister: Financial Secretary to the Treasury, writer and academic; “The Re-emergence of Global Britain: Brexit, Covid and Beyond”
May 5 Matthew West, Former Projects and Logistics Coordinator of operations of Doctors Without Borders in many countries, and currently a public speaker and donor liaison as well as a facilitator for in house DWB management trainings; “Doctors Without Borders: Planning Operations in Developing Countries”
May 12 Carl Steinitz, Ph.D., Professor of Landscape Architecture and Planning, Emeritus, at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, author of Alternative Futures for Changing Landscapes: GEODESIGNToward A Long Term Strategy for LocaltoGlobal Conservation and Development … and how it can be designed”
May 19 Dr. Michael Parry, Head of Infectious Diseases at Stamford Hospital: “Covid-19 and Its Variants”
May 26 David Pogue, Technology and science writer and TV presenter; Emmy winning correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning; author of the Crowdwise column in the New York Times Smarter Living section; “How to Prepare for Climate Change”
Jun 2 Larry Kantor, Ph.D., Economist; “Financial Markets and the Economy”
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Jun 16 John Hibbing, Ph.D., Foundation Regent University Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Nebraska, Lincoln on his book “The Securitarian Personality: What Really Motivates Trump’s Base and Why It Matters for the Post-Trump Era”
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Sep 22 A series of five discussions about music and the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra by candidates for the position of conductor: Sept 22, 2021; Nov 17, 2021; Jan 5, 2022; Feb 23, 2022; Apr 6, 2022