Long Strange Trip
October 22, 2019 | Roger & Francine Jean Student Center
The Grappone Humanities Institute is sponsoring a week-long event exploring the cultural impact of the band The Grateful Dead. Participants can attend a variety of events from October 22-25.
Tuesday, October 22
Panel on the Music of the Grateful Dead led by Professors Holbrook (English) and Parr (Fine Arts) and Beller McKenna (UNH): 2:30 in the Roger and Francine Jean Event Center.
Panel on the History, Politics, and Culture of The Grateful Dead Era, led by Professors Andrew Moore (History), Matt Masur (History): 4:00 in the Roger and Francine Jean Event Center
Wednesday, October 23
Panel on The Grateful Dead and the Drug Culture, led by Professors Dan Lavoie (Biology), Joe Troisi (Psychology): 2:30 in the Roger and Francine Jean Event Center
Panel on the The Lyrics of The Grateful Dead, led by Professors Meg Cronin (English), Georgia Henley (English): 4:00 in the Roger and Francine Jean Event Center
Thursday, October 24
Keynote Lecture, Thomas Mangan, Film Maker and Executive-Producer of the new four-part documentary on The Grateful Dead entitled Long Strange Trip: 7:00 in the Melucci Auditorium of the Jean Center
Friday, October 25
Campus Musical Jam in the Lobby of the Jean Student Center