2023 Handel-Krom Lecture
September 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Dear Hudson River Valley Enthusiast,
The Hudson River Valley Institute is excited to announce that registration for the 2023 Handel-Krom Lecture in Hudson River Valley History, which will be held as both an in-person AND virtual event, is now officially open. The program “Networks of Slavery: How Bondage Shaped Hudson River Valley Culture,” will be given by Dr. Nicole Saffold Maskiell on Thursday, September 28, at 7PM. The event will take place in the Nelly Goletti Theatre at Marist College and live on Zoom. Pre-registration is required for in-person AND virtual attendees!
In order to register, please visit the following link, click the “Registration” button at the top of the page, and complete the information form on the next screen.
Register at: http://maristconnect.marist.edu/handelkrom2023.
The Handel-Krom Lecture in Hudson River Valley History was established through the generosity of community leaders Shirley and Bernard Handel and Lieutenant Colonel Gilbert A. Krom, US Army, Retired, to promote knowledge of, and appreciation for, the rich history of this unique and important region of America.
SUMMER SALE! For a limited time, we are offering subscription discounts on our journal of regional studies, The Hudson River Valley Review. Our two-year subscriptions (four issues) are available to new subscribers for $30 and our one-year subscriptions (two issues) are available for $15 (a $5 savings off of each subscription). To subscribe, visit https://www.hudsonrivervalley.org/subscriptions and enter “SUMMER SALE” in the “Comments” section. Sign-up today to start a subscription with our upcoming Autumn 2023 issue. The Review also makes a great gift!
The Hudson River Valley Institute (HRVI) is a Center of Excellence at Marist College that studies and promotes the history of the Hudson River Valley. The Institute provides information about the region’s culture, economy, environment, and educational resources through www.hudsonrivervalley.org, public programming, and The Hudson River Valley Review. This biannual peer-reviewed journal covers all aspects of regional history. The Hudson River Valley Institute is supported by a major grant from the National Endowment Humanities.
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