Stay smart with a series of unique learning opportunities featuring Providence College professors at Mt. Pleasant Library! They'll share their expertise on engaging topics spanning the disciplines. Attend one or attend all that strike your fancy:
How to 'Read' Your Neighborhood - Wednesday, October 30, 6PM
Interactive session about the hidden meanings in places that seem neutral – from how spaces are set up to who is supposed to use them, and how people are supposed to use them.
~with Dr. Cristina Rodriguez, English Department~
Picturing Providence's Past - Wednesday, November 6, 6PM
Image-based session that traces Providence from its history as a colonial town to the arrival of immigrants and life in the neighborhoods, and through the recent urban "Renaissance."
~with Dr. Patricia Raub, Art History Department~
The 2020 Elections: Why You Need to Be Active and Engaged - Wednesday, November 13, 6PM
Inspirational session about the growing need for participation with democracy as we approach the next four years.
~with Dr. Joseph Cammarano, Political Science Department~
Registration is requested.