Considering the Counterculture: A Conference at Princeton University

Princeton’s Program in American Studies will host “Considering the Counterculture,” a two-day conference that reexamines the people, events, intellectual basis, goals and legacy of the 1960s and ’70s counterculture, with conference sessions starting Friday, Sept. 27, in Dickinson Hall, Room 211.  The conference is cosponsored by the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI).

Keynote speaker Frances Moore Lappé, founder of the Small World Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and author of 19 books on food policy and hunger, including “Diet for a Small Planet,” will speak at 4:30 p.m. Friday in McCosh Hall, Room 50.

Registration and a conference schedule are available online.

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Considering the Counterculture: A Conference at Princeton University

Event Date

Fri, Sep 27, 2019 - Sat, Sep 28, 2019

Location

Dickinson Hall, Room 211

Princeton’s Program in American Studies will host “Considering the Counterculture,” a two-day conference that reexamines the people, events, intellectual basis, goals and legacy of the 1960s and ’70s counterculture, with conference sessions starting Friday, Sept. 27, in Dickinson Hall, Room 211.  The conference is cosponsored by the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI).

Keynote speaker Frances Moore Lappé, founder of the Small World Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and author of 19 books on food policy and hunger, including “Diet for a Small Planet,” will speak at 4:30 p.m. Friday in McCosh Hall, Room 50.

Registration and a conference schedule are available online.