Faculty at Home Webinars

Join some of Middlebury’s expert and engaging faculty members for interactive talks—from home.

Faculty at Home extends Middlebury’s academic reach to our community around the world. This webinar series invites you to engage in the digital space, to stay connected with faculty members, with big ideas, and with each other.

To register, first, check the box next to the relevant webinar. Next, under "Quantity", replace "0" with the number of people who are registering.

On the second step, please note: for addresses outside the U.S. and Canada, you must select "XXX" from the "State" drop-down menu.

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Wednesday April 21, 2021
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
In this talk, James Chase Sanchez argues that contemporary rhetoric of white supremacy is built around structures of preservation. Using ethnographic and autoethnographic research in his hometown of Grand Saline, Texas, Sanchez pinpoints the ways communities preserve their white supremacy via tactics of identity formation, storytelling, and silencing.
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Thursday May 6, 2021
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM
Jason M. Blazakis will discuss the international security challenges posed by conspiracies and disinformation and how these have manifested during the COVID-19 pandemic. He will also share some observations from his own research and that of the Middlebury Institute Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism.
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Tuesday June 8, 2021
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
Digging beneath the surface of something very familiar can be richly rewarding. Such is the case with Old Chapel. Beyond its importance to Middlebury College, this structure recorded in the Historic American Building Survey and listed on the National Register of Historic Places has connections that transcend its accumulated local associations. Prof. Emeritus Glenn Andres will discuss research into the multi-layered story of the college’s most iconic building, its generation, its iconography, its place in the history of American campus design, and its circumstantial ties to one of the nation’s most important nineteenth century architects.
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James Chase Sanchez: Salt of the Earth: The Rhetoric of White Supremacy:
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Jason Blazakis: Conspiracies and Disinformation: New Challenges or Sources of Timeless Turmoil?:
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Glenn Andres: Fleshing out an Icon: Old Chapel:
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