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An exploration of the Native Americans who inhabited Staten Island and the archeological digs that have provided us with facts on the Lenape and their lives, will be followed by a discussion on the European settlers who changed everything. With the arrival of these colonizers enslaved persons were forced onto the island. We will consider this, as well as who the early settlers were and the conflicts that erupted owing to their arrival. Permanent settlement at Oude Dorp in 1661 will be reviewed, as will the Revolutionary War. Its effects on the populace and the arrival of 30,000 British troops on Staten Island will all be considered.
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Wagner College is a competitive, four-year private college founded in 1883. It has developed a curriculum that unites deep learning and practical application. The Wagner Plan incorporates our longstanding commitment to the liberal arts, experiential learning and interdisciplinary education with our...
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Lessons in Leadership: A Master Class on the History of American Diplomacy America’s fate is inseparable from the rest of the world. As we approach the work of a new administration, Robert Zoellick, the former Deputy Secretary of State, US Trade Representative, and President of the World Bank, joins David Petraeus for a timely and illuminating master...
Tuesday Dec 8th, 7pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time
The Los Angeles Center of Photography is thrilled to produce an ongoing series on the history of photography. The series, typically offered the second Friday of each month, will be divided into the genres of photography. This year features street photography, still life, landscape, documentary, and more. Schedule: Friday, February 12, 3 pm, PST – Street...
Friday Dec 11th, 3pm - 4:30pm Pacific Time
How are businesses answering the call of today’s social and environmental challenges? What are for-profit organizations doing to be corporate citizens in times of crisis like the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak and civil rights movement? How is the CSR rule book fundamentally changing as we face divisive political realities? What are for-profit organizations...
Tuesday Jan 12th, 6pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time
Explore the history of photography, beginning in 1827 with the first photograph, through the age of daguerreotype portraits, the photograph’s early development as an art form, the invention of Kodak’s Box Brownie, to contemporary photography. Discover great photographers and examine how this relatively new medium has affected our culture. This...
Thursday Jan 14th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm Central Time(3 sessions)
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