• Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • What is Town Meeting Day? Talking Democracy

    Elections are a critical aspect of representative government, but self-government requires engagement more than once every few years. In this 2024 election year, this event will get us started talking about democracy by focusing on Vermont’s Town Meeting Day. Vermont’s small size and institutions provide a hopeful model for reinvigorating democracy.

    Professor Bert Johnson will offer a brief history and overview of Town Meeting Day in Vermont, Attendees will then join small group discussions about local government and a Q&A session. Refreshments will be served!

    Axinn Center 219

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public

Past Events

  • Community Hours

    Come visit the Conflict Transformation Collaborative offices during Community Hours, Mondays 2-4 pm. Free snacks and drinks, good wifi, a growing library, and conversation with great CT interns and staff! We are in Marbleworks 203 (152 Maple Street).

    Middlebury College

    Open to the Public
  • casual photo of four people

    Movement Matters: Global Body in Conflict Research Presentation

    Mahaney Arts Center, Dance Theatre

    Over the last year the Dance Department has researched Conflict Transformation through embodiment. In this presentation, we will share some of what we learned.

    “When we speak of the ills of the world…
    we are talking about things that happen to bodies.” — Sonya Renee Taylor

    Mahaney Arts Center

    Open to the Public
  • The artists sitting on the floor in a line

    The Global Body in Conflict: Movement Matters

    SLMDances is a New York City based dance-theater collective that works in communities to organize for gender and racial justice. In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr, SLMDances’ creative partners and artistic director Sydnie Mosley will offer a three-hour workshop open to students, faculty, staff and administrators.

    Coalition Building and Collaboration:

    Mahaney Arts Center Dance Theatre

  • Breakfast Dialogue: Israel and Palestine

    Tragic events in the Middle East have impacted many in the Middlebury community, and raised questions about how we may respond both personally and collectively to global conflict and violence on a college campus. How can we make space for authentic expression of grief, anger, and fear, while not contributing to dehumanization and stereotyping?

    In facilitated small groups, participants will have a chance to share their experiences, hear the perspectives of other community members, and reflect on our core concerns, values, and actions.

    Ross Fireplace Lounge Room 101

    Closed to the Public
  • ELP Fall Lunch Meeting

    This is an opportunity for the ELP participants to join together for lunch and discussion.

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

    Closed to the Public
  • Lunch Dialogue: Israel and Palestine

    Tragic events in the Middle East have impacted many in the Middlebury community, and raised questions about how we may respond both personally and collectively to global conflict and violence on a college campus. How can we make space for authentic expression of grief, anger, and fear, while not contributing to dehumanization and stereotyping?

    In facilitated small groups, participants will have a chance to share their experiences, hear the perspectives of other community members, and reflect on our core concerns, values, and actions.

    Ross Fireplace Lounge Room 101

    Closed to the Public
  • ELP Fall Lunch Meeting

    This is an opportunity for the ELP participants to join together for lunch and discussion.

    McCullough - Mitchell Green Lounge

    Closed to the Public