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  • Sep 12
    headshot of Anthony Domestico, book cover of Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli

    Broadview Book Club

    Time:  7:00pm

    Join us for the 35th meeting of the Broadview Book Club.

    Professor Anthony Domestico will host a discussion on Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli.

  • Sep 23
    Step Afrika! dancers on stage

    Step Afrika!

    Time:  7:00pm

    Honoring its rich roots in the African American fraternity and sorority experience, the dancers of Step Afrika! are committed to promoting tolerance, self-expression, and cross-cultural understanding through the percussive, energetic, and joyful art form known as stepping.


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Lecture Series

abbas shemeem headshot Prof.  Shemeem Abbas led a series of six lectures, exploring issues of Exile and Displacement around the dislocation of thinkers, artists, musicians and minorities in Central Asia and South Asia. 

Access the recordings at the following links:

  1. Lecture 1: Non-State Actors. An exploration of the geopolitics of Afghanistan and Pakistan from late 1978 to date.

  2. Lecture 2: Nina Straus and Shemeem Abbas: A Dialogue: A brush with the so-called “shari’a” or Islamic law in Pakistan.

  3. Lecture 3: Sufi Musicians: Exploring the Female Voice in Sufi Ritual. An Introduction.

  4. Lecture 4: Sufi Music: Exploring the Female Voice. Sufi Musicians Exile and Displacement.

  5. Lecture 5: Sami Yousuf: “Beyond The Stars,” Sufi Music in Exile. An International Performance.

  6. Lecture 6: “Operation Gibraltar”: Episodes from a memoir.

Course for  Broadview Residents and Purchase College Community Only

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A Tour Through Wine Countries—starts October 19

Taste a wide variety of wines and study the environmental and cultural histories behind them. Focusing particularly on European viticulture, sample classics from famous regions such as Bordeaux, Piedmont and the Mosel Valley, but also discover exciting offerings from as far afield as Georgia and as close to home as Brooklyn.

CED 1105 / noncredit / $395
Discount price: $370 (early registration discount - by 9/15)
Instructor: Christian Bailey
Location: Broadview Learning Commons
Dates: October 19 – November 11 (5 sessions)
Days/Times: Fridays, 4:00 – 7:00pm

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