We are pleased to present the highlights video for the 2013 Camden Conference, The Middle East: What Next?
Fostering informed discourse on world affairs through year-round community events, public and student engagement, and an annual weekend conference.
“Rock the Casbah: What Next in the Middle East?” by foreign affairs analyst and author, Robin Wright.
Event Date: Thursday December 12, 2013
CAMDEN CONFERENCE DISCUSSION SERIES: “What’s the Truth About Genetically Modified Foods?” Join the Conversation! “What’s the Truth About Genetically Modified Foods?” Discussions will be held as follows: Thursday, December 12, 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Rockland Public Library Tuesday, January 21, 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Camden Public Library Wednesday, February 5, 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Belfast [...]
Event Date: Tuesday December 17, 2013
CAMDEN CONFERENCE DISCUSSION SERIES: Fresh Water Scarcity – The Global Crisis of Our Time Join the Conversation! Fresh Water Scarcity Discussions will be held as follows: Tuesday, December 17, 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Camden Public Library Over the past the past 60 years, the fresh water available per person has decreased fourfold. Of the water [...]
Event Date: Thursday December 19, 2013
Atmospheric Scientist, Kerry Emanuel, will share his knowledge of climate change and its impact on weather, particularly extreme weather events, on Thursday, December 19 at the Camden Public Library from 7:00-8:30 PM. This event is free and open to all. Dr. Kerry Emanuel is the Cecil and Ida Green professor of atmospheric science at the [...]
Event Date: Thursday December 19, 2013
“Maine’s Penobscot Project and the Global Future of Dams and Hydropower” A talk by Professor Dave Owen at the Portland Public Library, Thursday, December 19 at 12 noon Co-sponsored by the Camden Conference and the World Affairs Council of Maine Maine is currently the site of one of the world’s most ambitious river restoration projects. [...]
Longtime national and international leader in sustainable agriculture, Fred Kirschenmann, will give the keynote address at the 27th annual Camden Conference: “The Global Politics of Food and Water”
Posted on Tuesday November 19, 2013
The new Curriculum Enrichment Program (CEP), which is based on the 2013 Camden Conference, was introduced to Maine social studies teachers at their annual conference in Augusta, on November 8th. Will Galloway, creator of the CEP, led the workshop for over 30 teachers, showing them how to use the video clips excerpted from the full [...]
Posted on Friday November 15, 2013
The 27th annual Camden Conference, entitled “The Global Politics of Food and Water,” takes place February 21-23, 2014, live at the Camden Opera House and live-streamed to the Strand Theatre in Rockland and the Hutchinson Center in Belfast. The 2014 Conference will provide a provocative look at the global dynamics of managing the world’s food [...]
Posted on Monday October 28, 2013
ORIGINS OF TASTE: A BRIEF HISTORY OF CULINARY AND ARTISTIC DISCOVERIES Farnsworth Director of Education Roger Dell and Dr. Keith Collins present a lecture series at the Strand Theatre on Wednesdays, November 6 and 13. Lecture 1—Bon Appétit! Food Goes Global The November 6 lecture will explore the many food products of the New World [...]
Posted on Friday September 13, 2013
The topic for the 2014 Camden Conference is truly as important as any one the Conference has ever tackled. “The Global Politics of Food and Water” will take place February 21-23 at The Camden Opera House, with live-streaming at two other locations and promises to be a provocative look into the global dynamics of managing [...]
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In honor of our 25th year, we are pleased to present this series of short accounts of key moments from the history of the Camden Conference.