This event occurs weekly, on Monday.
As part of a $100K grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Bergen Community College’s Center for Peace, Justice, and Reconciliation along with the Center for Veteran and Military Affairs continue an open-ended discussion series on military literature – “No Man’s Land: Dialogues on the Experience of War.” The program benefiting the community at large will resume its series this fall 2019 semester with three Monday sessions on November 11 (6:30-8:30pm), November 18 (6:30-8:30pm), and November 25 (11:00am-12:15pm) in room S-134 at the College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road in Paramus. All events are free and open to the public, though guests should RSVP for the “No Man’s Land” dialogues by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The “No Man’s Land” series will feature a work of military literature during each of its dialogue sessions: Jacob Siegel’s "Smile, There Are IEDs Everywhere” November 11, Mariette Kalinowski’s “The Train” November 18 and Paul Crenshaw’s “Cadence” November 25. Student and non-student veterans, their families and interested members of the community can attend the discussions to discuss the works and share their own experiences.
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