Baker is the author of seventeen books, among them "The Mezzanine", "Human Smoke", and "The Anthologist and Baseless: My Search for Secrets Among the Ruins of the Freedom of Information Act". He has received a number of awards including a James Madison Freedom of Information Award.
Lunder Talk: Reframing Modern Art of the American Southwest: Patricia Marroquin Norby in conversation with Jessica Horton
Join this conversation to explore new research shaping understanding of modern art of the American Southwest—the focus of the Lunder Institute’s Research Fellows Program in 2021–22.
This spring we wanted to make music that reflected the hope that spring brings to Maine. We chose two pieces by Gustav Holst because of his focus on the music of nature. This concert will also feature this year’s Concerto Competition winner, Esther Kim ’21, performing “Zigeunerweisen” by Sarasate.
Lunder Talk: Memorializing the Natural Environment: Maya Lin in conversation with Jessamine Batario, Danae Jacobson, and Chris Walker
Consider how art, science, and history converge in Maya Lin’s “last memorial,” What is Missing?, a multi-sited and multimedia project devoted to the global biodiversity crisis related to habitat loss.
There will be ongoing weekly discussions featuring different topics on the Colby Book Club’s online forum Mar. 18-May 20. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with your fellow alumni and to engage in meaningful discussions about great books. Join anytime to be part of the conversation.