[Summit] Summit Digest, Vol 126, Issue 10

Monica Anderson majaprov at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 11 11:38:03 CDT 2015


 
DearNeighbors,


 
Next week, The Miriam Hospital will hold its Public Meeting for the 2015Institutional Master Plan (IMP). The meeting will be held on Thursday,September 17th from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. in the Hurvitz BoardRoom.  


 
Pleaseknow that our plans have not changed since our 2010 IMP submission.  We still hope to take down Building Aand replace it with single patient rooms so that we can provide the bestpatient care possible for our patients. We are committed to keeping Building Ato the permissibly zoned building envelope, as per the zoning law. 


 
Iencourage you to attend this meeting to learn more about our plan.  If you plan on attending the meeting, pleasecall the Neighborhood Hotline at (401)-793-4040 to reserve your seat. I hope tosee you there.


 
Sincerely,
 
MonicaAndersonDirector,Community Relations and Corporate Citizenship

 


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Today's Topics:

  1. Featured Events at Brown through Sunday 20 Sept. (David Kolsky)
  2. Wheelbarrow (Christopher Buecheler)
  3. Re: Wheelbarrow (Christopher Buecheler)
  4.  Kitchen Floor Work (Robert Mathiesen)
  5. Police activity 9/9 (tonight) rochambeau/hope area (Allan Tear)
  6. Re: Police activity 9/9 (tonight) rochambeau/hope area
      (Allan Tear)
  7. Re: Police activity 9/9 (tonight) rochambeau/hope area
      (sarah keisling)


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From: David Kolsky <davidjkolsky at yahoo.com>
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Read this on the Web (fuller graphics)
 http://listserv.advancement.brown.edu/t/177122/2027295/8993/16/

? Events

Friday 11 September 12:00pm
Creative Activism: Art and Social Justice

In conjunction with the "DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition" exhibition, the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs presents a panel discussion moderated by photographer Dana Gluckstein titled "Creative Activism: Art and Social Justice." The discussion will focus on local artists that are using their work to advance social causes. Panelists include Meredith Stern, a print-making artist, and Ann Fessler, installation artist, filmmaker, and author. Stern, whose work is in the permanent collections at the Library of Congress and the RISD Museum, is a member of the international print-making group Justseeds Artists? Cooperative. Fessler, who is known for her work in bringing the subject of adoption into the spotlight, received critical acclaim for her book The Girls Who Went Away and is recognized for her numerous contributions to literature and film. An artist talk with Gluckstein will be held at 4 p.m on September 10. The discussion begins at
 noon, Sept. 11, in the Watson Institute, Joukowsky Forum, 111 Thayer St.
http://watson.brown.edu/events/2015/creative-activism-art-and-social-justice

Friday 11 September 3:00pm
Americana in Global Perspective

Numerous scholars will take part in a roundtable discussion titled "Americana in Global Perspective," hosted by the John Carter Brown Library. Participants include Ben Breen, a postdoc at the Society of Fellows, Columbia University; Lindsay Van Tine, of Columbia University and author of The Geography of History: Plotting Columbus in Map and Narrative; Ayesha Ramachandran, a Yale University historian interested in the Early modern European literature and cultural history; and Roquinaldo Ferreira, professor of history, Portuguese and Brazilian studies. The discussion will be moderated by historian Joan-Pau Rubi?s. The event begins at 3 p.m. in the John Carter Brown Library, the College Green.
http://www.brown.edu/academics/libraries/john-carter-brown/event/2015/09/11/roundtable

Monday 14 September 3:00pm
Assessing the Iran Nuclear Deal

Several scholars will take part in a panel discussion about "Assessing the Iran Nuclear Deal," hosted by the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs. With Congress set to consider a deal to restrict Iran's nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief, professors will discuss the ins and outs behind the proposed Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Panelists include Leon Cooper, the Thomas J. Watson Sr. Professor of Science; Derek Stein, associate professor of physics and engineering; Nicholas Miller, assistant professor of political science; and Sue Eckert, senior fellow at the Watson Institute. The discussion will be moderated by Richard Boucher, ambassador in residence. Co-sponsored by Middle East Studies, the event begins at 3 p.m. in the Watson Institute, Joukowsky Forum, 111 Thayer St.
http://watson.brown.edu/events/2015/assessing-iran-nuclear-deal

Wednesday 16 September 12:00pm
Security Theology, Surveillance and the Politics of Fear

Middle East Studies presents a book discussion on Nadera Shalhoub-Kervokian's Security Theology, Surveillance and the Politics of Fear. Shalhoub-Kervokian, chair in law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Institute of Criminology, will discuss how fear and surveillance have been turned into a "security theology." Her book focuses on the importance for colonizers to preserve fear in order to gain power, which has created boundaries in the name of biblical claims. Shalhoub-Kevorkian is a native Palestinian feminist, activist, and scholar. The event is free, but registration is required http://listserv.advancement.brown.edu/t/177122/2027295/690446/27/. A book signing will follow. The event begins at noon in the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Joukowsky Forum, 111 Thayer St.
http://middleeastbrown.org/event/security-theology-surveillance-and-the-politics-of-fear/

Wednesday 16 September 4:00pm
Book panel: From Slavery to the Cooperative Commonwealth

The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs presents a book panel discussion on Alexander Gourevitch's From Slavery to the Cooperative Commonwealth: Labor and Republican Liberty in the Nineteenth Century. The book focuses on the radical ideas of 19th century "labor republicans" on freedom and slavery. Moderated by Professor Mark Blyth, panelists include Aziz Rana, professor of law at Cornell University; Brandon Terry, assistant professor of African and African American studies and social studies at Harvard University; and Gourevitch, author and assistant professor of political science. A book signing and reception will follow. The event begins at 4 p.m. in the Watson Institute, Joukowsky Forum, 111 Thayer St.
http://watson.brown.edu/events/2015/alexander-gourevitch-slavery-cooperative-commonwealth-labor-and-republican-liberty

Thursday 17 September 2:30pm
A reading by author David Small

Author David Small will read from his work as part of the Program in Literary Arts' Writers On Writing Reading Series. Small, an illustrator and graphic artist, is the author of the National Book Award finalist Stitches, which recounts the traumatic surgery he experienced that nearly left him mute. His works have won several awards, been translated into several languages, and have been turned into films and musicals. The event begins at 2:30 p.m. in the McCormack Family Theater, 70 Brown St.
http://www.brown.edu/academics/literary-arts/events

Thursday 17 September 5:30pm
Charles Blow: A New Civil Rights Movement

New York Times op-ed columnist Charles M. Blow will deliver a lecture titled "A New Civil Rights Movement," presented by the Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy. For several years, Blow has written about issues of race, politics, public opinion and social justice. He is contributor at CNN and has appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe, the Andrea Mitchell Reports, Fox News, BBC, and numerous radio programs. Blow is the author of the Fire Shut Up in My Bones, a memoir about the "out-of-time" Louisiana town where he grew up and a place where the ramifications of slavery were still felt. 
The event is free, but registration is required. http://listserv.advancement.brown.edu/t/177122/2027295/690449/32/ 
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Salomon Center for Teaching, De Ciccio Family Auditorium, the College Green.
http://watson.brown.edu/events/2015/charlesblow

Friday 18 September 2:00pm
Elite Parties, Poor Voters: Social Services as Electoral Strategy in India

Numerous professors will take part in a book discussion focused on Tariq Thachil's Elite Parties, Poor Voters: Social Services as Electoral Strategy in India, hosted by the Brown India Initiative. A political science professor at Yale University, Thachil is interested in the study of South Asian political parties, behaviors, social movements, and ethnic politics. His award-winning book is about elite parties' use of social services to win mass support. Speakers include Brown faculty Patrick Heller, professor of sociology; Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, associate professor of political science; and Ashutosh Varshney, professor of international studies and director of the Brown-India Initiative. University of Chicago associate professor Dan Slater will also join the discussion. The event begins at 2 p.m. in the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Joukowsky Forum, 111 Thayer St.
http://www.brown.edu/initiatives/india/

Friday 18 September 5:30pm
The Refugee Crises: Reshaping Europe and the Middle East

Numerous academics will take part in a teach-in hosted by Middle East Studies titled "The Refugee Crises: Reshaping Europe and the Middle East." Speakers will discuss the current refugee events unfolding throughout Europe and the Middle East and explain the causes, realities and consequences of this crisis. Speakers include Keith Brown, faculty fellow at the Watson Institute and director of postdoctural and undergraduate policy programs; Reva Dhingra '14, program assistant for the Syria Regional Response Unit; Beshara Doumani, professor of modern Middle East history; Sarah Tobin, an associate director at Middle East Studies; Nicola Perugini, Mellon postdoctoral fellow; and J. Nicholas Ziegler, visiting associate professor at the Watson Institute. A livestream will available online. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. in List Art, Room 120, 64 College St.
http://middleeastbrown.org/event/the-refugee-crises-from-the-middle-east-to-europe-a-teach-in-with-brown-faculty/

Friday 18 September 7:00 pm
Saturday 19 September 3:00 pm
Sunday 20 September 3:00 pm

Trial by Jury (Gilbert & Sullivan)

Brown University Gilbert & Sullivan is proud to announce our first production of the 2015-2016 season, a concert version of Gilbert & Sullivan's one-act operetta, Trial by Jury. This concert, music directed by Solomon Goldstein-Rose '16, will be held the in Martinos Auditorium of Brown's Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. The Granoff Center is the large glass building between Olive and Angell Streets on the West side of Thayer Street. Like all BUGS shows, Trial by Jury has free admission, though we gratefully accept donations at the door. Reservations accepted here: http://students.brown.edu/BUGS

? Exhibits

Tuesday 1 September 8:45am to Saturday 31 October 11:55am
A Peculiar Aesthetic: Representation and Images of Slavery

The Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice presents "A Peculiar Aesthetic: Representation and Images of Slavery," an exhibition about one of America's darkest issues. Throughout United States history, racial slavery has been contested as an evil that continues to shape contemporary conversations. Featuring historic artwork from the University Library's Instructional Image Collection, the exhibition examines how these images tell a story about the prevalence of slavery in the New World and American society. The exhibition will be on display through October 31 in CSSJ, 94 Waterman St. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. For more information, call 401-863-5085.
http://www.brown.edu/initiatives/slavery-and-justice/peculiar-aesthetic-representation-and-images-slavery

Thursday 10 September 8:30am to Friday 6 November 5:00pm
DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition

The Art at Watson initiative presents DIGNITY: Tribes in Transition, an exhibition of work by photographer Dana Gluckstein. The exhibition consists of 60 black-and-white portraits of indigenous peoples taken over three decades with the intention of capturing "The fleeting period of world history where traditional and contemporary cultures collide." In conjunction with the exhibit, Gluckstein will moderate a panel discussion titled ?Creative Activism: Art and Social Justice" on Friday, Sept. 11, at noon. Gluckstein has photographed prominent figures including Nelson Mandela, and Muhammad Ali, and has shot award-winning advertising campaigns for clients including Apple and Toyota. DIGNITY will be on display on the walls of the Watson Institute, 111 Thayer St., through Nov. 6, 2015. Exhibition hours are Monday-Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 401-863-6040.
https://news.brown.edu/articles/2015/08/dignity

Friday 28 August 10:00am to Friday 29 April 4:00pm
Uncovering Ancient Egypt: Ancient Crafts, Modern Technologies

The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology presents "Uncovering Ancient Egypt: Ancient Crafts, Modern Technologies," an exhibition that offers a glimpse into how Brown researchers have used modern technologies to discover how objects in ancient Egypt were made and used thousands of years ago. Although some of the objects on display are worn and broken from the years, visitors are encouraged to look inside the objects to learn about their history. Compiled from the collections of the Haffenreffer Museum, the Department of Egyptology and Assyriology, and the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, the exhibition aims to answer questions about how these items played a role in the daily lives of Egyptians. The exhibition will be on display through spring 2016, in the Haffenreffer Museum, the College Green. Exhibition hours are Tuesday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed on Mondays and University holidays. For more information, call
 401-863-5700.
http://www.brown.edu/research/facilities/haffenreffer-museum/uncovering-ancient-egypt-ancient-crafts-modern-technologies

Saturday 29 August 1:00pm to Sunday 25 October 4:00pm
Tony Fitzpatrick: The Secret Birds and Other Works

An exhibition of works by Chicago-based artist Tony Fitzpatrick will be on display at the David Winton Bell Gallery. Titled "Tony Fitzpatrick: The Secret Birds and Other Works," the exhibition features several brightly colored illustrations of birds inspired by Greek mythology. Fitzpatrick is known for using his style to address issues of inequity and injustice, while celebrating the marginalized. An exhibition performance titled "Stations Lost" will be held in conjunction with the exhibit on October 9 at 7:30 p.m. The exhibition will be on display in the List Art lobby, 64 College St., through October 25. Exhibition hours are Monday-Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.; and Saturday and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 401-863-2932.
http://www.brown.edu/campus-life/arts/bell-gallery/exhibitions/tony-fitzpatrick-secret-birds-and-other-works

Friday 11 September 11:00am to Sunday 25 October 4:00pm
Hank Willis Thomas: Primary Sources

The David Winton Bell Gallery presents "Hank Willis Thomas: Primary Sources," an exhibition of advertising works by conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas that challenges constructions of race and gender in America. The exhibit will feature mixed media sculptures, "retroreflective" screenprints and a five channel video installation of James Baldwin?s prescient social criticisms, meant to highlight the ways Thomas revisits historical narratives for the present. His work will be on display through October 25 in the Bell Galley, 64 College St. An artist talk and opening reception will be held on September 11 at 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., respectively. Exhibition hours are Monday-Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.; and Saturday and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 401-863-2932.
http://www.brown.edu/campus-life/arts/bell-gallery/exhibitions/hank-willis-thomas-primary-sources

Wednesday 9 September 10:00am to Saturday 31 October 4:00pm
In Deo Speramus: The Symbols and Ceremonies of Brown University

The Haffenreffer Museum presents "In Deo Speramus: The Symbols and Ceremonies of Brown University." The exhibition will explore the unique history of the University by offering an up-close view of numerous objects, documents, and photographs, generously provided by the Archives, the Rhode Island Historical Society, and the Providence Public Library. From the President's robe and official chain -- worn in Commencement and other ceremonies -- to the University's mace, the exhibition will examine the many symbols and ceremonies that are etched into Brown's architecture and traditions. The exhibit will be on display in the Haffenreffer Museum, 21 Prospect St., through October 2015. Hours are Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m; closed on Mondays. For more information, call 401-863-2065.
http://www.brown.edu/research/facilities/haffenreffer-museum/deo-speramus-symbols-and-ceremonies-brown-university

For additional University events, visit http://calendar.brown.edu/



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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2015 18:25:27 -0400
From: Christopher Buecheler <cwbuecheler at gmail.com>
To: summit <summit at sna.providence.ri.us>
Subject: [Summit] Wheelbarrow
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Hello Summit,

Would anyone who lives within a couple blocks of Seven Stars happen to have
a wheelbarrow I could borrow tomorrow from around noon to six? The
wheelbarrow would be used to move some mulch around a small yard on that
same block of 4th St.

Thanks!

-- 
-Christopher Buecheler - @cwbuecheler
-http://cwbuecheler.com | Web, Writing, Cocktails and More
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Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2015 19:10:08 -0400
From: Christopher Buecheler <cwbuecheler at gmail.com>
To: summit <summit at sna.providence.ri.us>
Subject: Re: [Summit] Wheelbarrow
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Wheelbarrow request answered. I'm all set. Thanks, all. :)

-Chris


On Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 6:25 PM, Christopher Buecheler <cwbuecheler at gmail.com
> wrote:

> Hello Summit,
>
> Would anyone who lives within a couple blocks of Seven Stars happen to
> have a wheelbarrow I could borrow tomorrow from around noon to six? The
> wheelbarrow would be used to move some mulch around a small yard on that
> same block of 4th St.
>
> Thanks!
>
> --
> -Christopher Buecheler - @cwbuecheler
> -http://cwbuecheler.com | Web, Writing, Cocktails and More
>



-- 
-Christopher Buecheler - @cwbuecheler
-http://cwbuecheler.com | Web, Writing, Cocktails and More
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Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2015 19:22:17 -0400
From: Robert Mathiesen <rmath13 at gmail.com>
To: summit <summit at sna.providence.ri.us>
Subject: [Summit]  Kitchen Floor Work
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Hi neighbiors,

We are planning to have our kitchen floor done sometime in the next month
or so.  Presently the floor is covered with eighty-year old linoleum in
poor condition that needs to be removed. (There is no asbestos in linoleum
that old.).  Under the linoleum is a nice hard pine floor, which we want to
have sanded, caulked where needed, and finished with polyurethans.

Can any of you recommend a good specialist to do that work?

Bob & Elva Mathiesen
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Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2015 22:22:17 -0400
From: Allan Tear <aktear at gmail.com>
To: summit at sna.providence.ri.us
Subject: [Summit] Police activity 9/9 (tonight) rochambeau/hope area
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the police started canvassing our blocks to the northeast of Hope & Roch
starting about 830. I've seen at least 4 cars/SUVs, lights off and/or
spotlights on. They're looking for someone!

Allan
93 Lauriston


-- 

Allan Tear
Managing Partner
Aptus Collaborative | Betaspring
atear at aptuscollaborative.com | atear at betaspring.com
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Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2015 22:25:43 -0400
From: Allan Tear <aktear at gmail.com>
To: "summit at sna.providence.ri.us" <summit at sna.providence.ri.us>
Subject: Re: [Summit] Police activity 9/9 (tonight) rochambeau/hope
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Cop told my neighbor "3 kids, dressed in black, going through backyards
with flashlights".

Good to know they're on it.

On Wednesday, September 9, 2015, Allan Tear <aktear at gmail.com> wrote:

> the police started canvassing our blocks to the northeast of Hope & Roch
> starting about 830. I've seen at least 4 cars/SUVs, lights off and/or
> spotlights on. They're looking for someone!
>
> Allan
> 93 Lauriston
>


-- 

Allan Tear
Managing Partner
Aptus Collaborative | Betaspring
atear at aptuscollaborative.com | atear at betaspring.com
Twitter | @aptuscollab | @betaspring
401.301.0849
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Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2015 13:17:19 +0000 (UTC)
From: sarah keisling <sarah_keisling at yahoo.com>
To: Allan Tear <aktear at gmail.com>,     "summit at sna.providence.ri.us"
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Subject: Re: [Summit] Police activity 9/9 (tonight) rochambeau/hope
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Thank you for this update Allan.? Last night we found a small lit flashlight in our front yard and had concluded it was accidentally dropped by a dog walker until I saw your email. We called the police this morning and turned it over to them.
Sarah11 Fisher

      From: Allan Tear <aktear at gmail.com>
 To: "summit at sna.providence.ri.us" <summit at sna.providence.ri.us> 
 Sent: Wednesday, September 9, 2015 10:25 PM
 Subject: Re: [Summit] Police activity 9/9 (tonight) rochambeau/hope area
  
Cop told my neighbor "3 kids, dressed in black, going through backyards with flashlights".?
Good to know they're on it.

On Wednesday, September 9, 2015, Allan Tear <aktear at gmail.com> wrote:

the police started canvassing our blocks to the northeast of Hope & Roch starting about 830. I've seen at least 4 cars/SUVs, lights off and/or spotlights on. They're looking for someone!
Allan93 Lauriston


-- 

Allan Tear
Managing Partner
Aptus Collaborative | Betaspring
atear at aptuscollaborative.com | atear at betaspring.com
Twitter | @aptuscollab | @betaspring
401.301.0849

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