The Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park 2022 Virtual Winter Lecture Series
Annapolis, MD– (January 13th, 2022) Cozy up this winter in the comfort of your home with the Virtual Winter Lecture Series, hosted by the Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park (AMM). Beginning Thursday, January 13th, 2022, join us as an intellectual group of authors, professors, and scientists present on eight stimulating and educational topics. Each wintertime lecture showcases a diverse and relevant range of topics, including the Maritime Mosby Rangers, courageous expeditions, oyster ecosystems and fisheries, and more. The public is encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to learn about Annapolis’ rich maritime heritage and the Bay ecology.
Lectures will be held virtually Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:30 PM, January 13th through March 3rd, 2022. Admission is $10 per lecture for non-members and FREE for First Mate-level AMM members and above. Join at the $150 level today and admission to all eight lectures is free, along with many other membership benefits.
Lectures will take place virtually on zoom. Pre-registration will be required–amaritime.org/events/wls
|January 13th | 7 p.m. How John Yates Beall and His Men Became the Maritime Mosby Rangers Presenter: John Grady | Author|
|January 20th | 7 p.m. Five Free Boys Kidnapped into Slavery and their Astonishing Odyssey Home Presenter: Richard Bell | Professor of History the University of Maryland|
|January 27th | 7 p.m. The 6th Great Extinction: Devastating Wildlife and all of Biodiversity Presenter: Gerald Winegrad | Former State Senator and Author|
|February 3rd| 7 p.m. Ancient Oysters and Modern Messes: How Archaeology Can Help Clean the Bay Presenter: Leslie Reeder-Meyers | Assistant Professor- Department of Anthropology at Temple University|
|February 10th | 7 p.m. Blacks of the Chesapeake’s Campaign to Preserve a Local Legacy: Elktonia, Carr’s and Sparrow’s Heritage Preservation Project Presenter: Vince Leggett | Founder and President of the Blacks of the Chesapeake Foundation|
|February 17th | 7 p.m. Commodore Matthew C. Perry: Sailor, Diplomat, Naval Educator Presenter: Dr. Matthew C. Perry | Scientist Emeritus|
|February 24th | 7 p.m. Measuring Milestones and Meeting Goals: Progress in Bay Restoration Presenter: Ann Swanson | Executive Director, Chesapeake Bay Commission|
|March 3rd | 7 p.m. Ospreys on the Patuxent: Their Important Role in the Ecosystem Presenter: Greg Kearns | Senior Park Naturalist, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission|
For presenter biographies and topic details, please visit amaritime.org/events/wls.