Lecture/Presentation

Submitted by jgoffin on Tuesday April 04, 2017

Our third annual Updike Award Ceremony celebrates the best in historically-informed type design by students. Join us as we crown our prize winner and hear a lecture from an expert in the field. This year's speaker is

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday March 27, 2017

Sprout will be holding a special gallery talk on migrating fish and dams. Special guests include Rachel Calabro (Save the Bay) and Alicia Lehrer (Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council).

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday February 01, 2017

Food Recovery in Rhode Island: A Panel Discussion hosted by Roger Williams University

Join Rhode Island universities in the fight against food waste!

Across the country, colleges and universities have made

Submitted by lmoulton on Wednesday February 01, 2017

America Rising:  The Arts of the Gilded Age

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 22, 2016

Fefa’s Market: The Historic Role of the Latino Bodega

 

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 22, 2016

As the warmer temperatures and longer days of spring unfold, many tender, young edible shoots, plants, flowers, and even a few fungi awaken a forager’s senses and delight. Learn how to identify, sustainably harvest, and prepare the wild foods

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday December 21, 2016

Indigenous Foodways: Sovereignty, Appropriation and Continuation, a lecture with Loren Spears,

Submitted by tamason on Thursday December 08, 2016

Beginning in January 2017, PPL will host Lawyers in the Library. Each month, there will be a topic-specific

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday October 11, 2016

In “Bending Genre: Writers in Conversation,” three writers discuss how their work bends, complicates, disrupts, and redefines traditional genre distinctions, including historical fiction, memoir, biography, young adult, and fantasy. Kate Wells (

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday August 23, 2016