Shining a Light

Lecture Series

The Greenwich Historical Society presents our annual “Shining a Light” Lecture Series, dedicated to elevating and amplifying underrepresented voices in local history in order to highlight the stories, research and people who are dedicated to interpreting, restoring and preserving these histories.

March 24, 2022
The Greenwich Historical Society is pleased to mark the debut of our annual Shining a Light lecture series with a virtual talk by Dennis Culliton, Director and co-founder of The Witness Stones Project, sharing the story behind the origins of the project and detailing the initiative’s historical recovery process. Recording of virtual lecture now available.
April 7, 2022
Join us in welcoming Maisa Tisdale, President and CEO of The Mary & Eliza Freeman Center for History and Community as she details the story of Little Liberia and shares the expansion of ongoing efforts to restore and preserve this historic community. Recording of virtual lecture now available.
April 21, 2022
Join us in welcoming Dr. Meadow Dibble of the Atlantic Black Box as she illuminates the history of a tragedy on the high seas and shares lessons we can draw from this story today. Recording of virtual lecture now available.