WorldViews Speaker Series - Spring 2021: COVID-19 as a Prism to Reexamine the Past and Imagine a New Future
Open to the Public
The year 2020 was one of gloom on many fronts. The Spring 2021 WorldViews Speaker Series offers the perspectives of Middlebury Institute faculty experts on what we’ve learned and how we, together, build a path forward.
General Information: Due to COVID-19, our spring 2021 speaker series will take place online via Zoom. Free to attend. Includes Q&A session. Sponsored by the Gerry Taylor Seminars Endowment Fund. Zoom webinar details will be provided after you register. All times are Pacific (PDT/PST).
Wednesday, March 3, 2021 | 12:30–1:30 p.m. Pacific Time
COVID-19 as a Prism to Reexamine the Past and Imagine a New Future
Netta Avineri, Associate Professor, TESOL/TFL and Mahabat Baimyrzaeva, Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Policy and Management.
COVID-19 has forced us to reexamine our reality on foundational issues such as inequities, democracy, and education. How has the pandemic exaggerated and exposed our limits, illusions, and doubts and how has it shaped and reshaped our perspectives and actions? In this WorldViews talk, Professor Netta Avineri and Professor Mahabat Baimyrzaeva discuss COVID-19 as a prism to critically view the past and the future, with an eye to leadership, higher education and pedagogy, media, and public discourse.
Register here: http://go.miis.edu/worldviewsspring21
For more information: http://go.miis.edu/worldviews
- Sponsored by:
- MIIS - Institutional Advancement