AUGUST 2023 NEWSLETTER
Festival of Chariots, Sampling India’s Popular Cinema — and Global Reach, Save the dates for special event, (…)
Every year, in the mystical land of Jagannath Puri in India, at the beginning of the monsoon season, Jagannath comes out along with His brother Baladev and sister Subhadra, and they are put on 3 magnificent chariots. Almost a million people throng to the city and pull these 3 chariots with love and devotion, accompanied by joyful spiritual music and graceful dancing. (…)
JULY 2023 NEWSLETTER
Essay Contest Award Winners, OSHER at Dartmouth Summer Series, In the World with Nicholas Burns, (…)
Bill Taylor would be well pleased with this year’s winners of his namesake Bill Taylor Essay Contest. Congratulations to Hailey Gagnon of Brewer High School (middle), Chris Pyle of Gould Academy (left), and Gabriel Christian Soctomah (right) and Meriel Willey (not pictured) of Piscataquis Community High School for their award-winning essays based on the theme of the 2023 Camden Conference, Global Trade and Politics – Managing Turbulence. All the award winners were Camden Conference in the Classroom students (…)
JUNE 2023 NEWSLETTER
David Brancaccio event | Suggested Readings | We are Hiring (…)
We have an exciting August event on tap for you! David Brancaccio, the personable and knowledgeable host of the public radio program “Marketplace Morning Report”, and a favorite Camden Conference moderator, is coming to Rockland’s Strand Theatre for a Camden Conference fund-raiser benefit. David’s presentation is titled, What Pirates, the Monopoly Game, and the Tesla Guy tell us about Inequality in America, and tickets will be sold on a pay-as-you-can basis (…)
MAY 2023 NEWSLETTER
2023 Camden Conference Highlights is Hot Off the Press!
To all who attended the 36th annual Camden Conference, in person or virtually, THANK YOU! We heard from many of you that you were surprised that global trade could be made so interesting, but Global Trade and Politics: Managing Turbulence did just that!
APRIL 2023 NEWSLETTER
2023 CONFERENCE VIDEOS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
If you attended the conference in one of our venues you no doubt noticed something you did not see prior to the pandemic, empty seats! What you didn’t see were the nearly 600 folks watching from home virtually. We wanted to know why people were choosing to watch from home so we included a question on our post-Conference survey. Covid-concerns were still a factor and we hope that will be reduced in the years to come, but we are pleased to find, in whatever form it took, our audience still appreciates this opportunity to hear “informed discourse on world issues.” We’d like to share some of the additional comments sent in by our attendees: