The Field Memorial Library’s (FML) Perspective on Pandemics

Because Survival is Insufficient: Station 11 and Star Trek Voyager


FML joined with the Belding Library in Ashfield and the Arms Library in Shelburne Falls in a Zoom-based discussion on May 25 at 6:30 of the phrase “Survival is Insufficient,” which has a key meaning in the novel Station Eleven and is drawn from a specific episode of the Star Trek Voyager series.


On the right is a list of services that stream the Voyager episode on Survival Instinct. It is however, without links.
Click here to go to the page where if you press the “All watch options” you can click to watch the Survival Instinct episode on your preferred service. The Google Play option is below.

The Star Trek Voyagers episode “Survival Instinct” is Episode 2 of Season 6, originally airing Sep 29, 1999. It costs $1.99 to purchase access to this episode through Google Play by clicking on Survival Instinct above.

For more information on the Star Trek episode Survival Instinct:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Survival_Instinct_(Star_Trek:_Voyager)

https://www.tor.com/2021/04/22/star-trek-voyager-rewatch-survival-instinct/

https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Survival_Instinct_(episode)

NEABig Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

In spring 2021, the Field Memorial Library (FML), a member of the Libraries in the Woods (LITW) Collaborative, is participating in the NEA Big Read: Pocumtuck Valley community read of Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel (2014). We are joining 21 other area libraries to encourage reading the novel and then sharing in conversations, events, and other activities that the partners are sponsoring during April and May. This shared reading project is part of a regional NEA Big Read sponsored by Deerfield’s Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association and its partner library, Tilton Library. More than 40 libraries, organizations and businesses in Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden counties are participating in the three-season program. New England Public Media is also both a media sponsor and programming partner for this widespread Western Mass project. Find the full event schedule here. Planned events include a virtual conversation with the author, Emily St. John Mandel, on Tuesday, April 27th at 7 pm. Email director@fieldmemoriallibrary.org to register for this Zoom-based presentation.
Copies of the novel are available to borrow through FML.


Copies of the novel are available to borrow through FML.

Our Pandemics book collection each one of which can add to your perspective on our experience with Covd-19

Click here for a listing of all events sponsored by all the partners and registration information.

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