Be)Holding Love & Loss: An Interdisciplinary Arts and Humanities Series on Grief

Posted on: August 30, 2023

What is it to love another, in this life and beyond? When we lose the people we love, can that love somehow keep them alive? Might those we grieve be nearer than we think, just—as it were—on the other side of life? Or perhaps nothing can be held forever, not in memory nor in our hearts. Through a combination of talks and art events this fall, this series will explore these questions through continuous conversations and considerations on the nature of grief—how we understand our grief, what we grieve, and the ways in which grief figures into our lives. 

All are welcome at these events. Learn more about this series. Questions may be directed to Michael Trocchia (, adjunct professor and the Libraries’ Collection Administration Coordinator.

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