The NMC Library’s Curiosities series is returning for a second year, with the first session kicking off on September 14! Structured as an ongoing series of topical explorations, Curiosities is a chance to connect with fellow lifelong learners at NMC. We take one topic at a time, spending four consecutive weeks per topic. Each week we gather to discuss a shared bit of reading, listening or viewing. These sessions are open to students, faculty, staff and community members alike!
Fall Session I: The Future of Voting
September 14 – October 5 | Wednesdays, 1–2 p.m. via Zoom
Feeling a bit lost trying to keep up with recent news and court cases about how your vote is cast and counted? Join us – along with guest hosts Tom Gordon, Luke Pickelman, and John Zachman – as we explore and discuss key factors and tensions shaping the future of voting in the United States. Register here for Curiosities: The Future of Voting
Fall Session II: Curiosities Shorts Fest
October 20 – November 10 | Thursdays, 12–1 p.m. via Zoom
Join us for four weeks of library-curated short films spanning a range of genres. In true Curiosities style, films will be paired with additional materials to enhance our experience and understanding. Watch on your own and we’ll discuss together! Register here for Curiosities Shorts Fest
Students may be eligible to earn co-curricular credit for participating – ask your instructor or email email@example.com to find out more!