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Middlebury College Rohatyn Center for International Affairs to offer free events in Oct.

September 12, 2003

Lunchtime Lectures

Friday, Oct. 3; 12:15 p.m.

International Studies Colloquium lunchtime lecture "Religion, Ethics and the Search for Peace: Iraq and the Legacy of 9/11" by Gerard Powers, director of the Office of International Justice and Peace of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Washington, D.C. 

Lunch is free but reservations required by Sept. 29 to Martha Baldwin at 802-443-5324 or baldwin@middlebury.edu.

Free

Conference room, Robert A. Jones House, Middlebury College, Hillcrest Road off College Street (Route 125)

For more information, contact Charlotte Tate of the Middlebury College Rohatyn Center for International Affairs at 802-443-5795 or tate@middlebury.edu.

 

Friday, Oct. 24; 12:15 p.m.

International Studies Colloquium lunchtime lecture "Now What?: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict after the Ousting of Saddam" by Janine Zacharia, 1995 alumnus of Middlebury College and Washington, D.C. correspondent for The Jerusalem Post. 

Lunch is free but reservations required by Oct. 20 to Martha Baldwin at 802-443-5324 or baldwin@middlebury.edu.

Free

Conference room, Robert A. Jones House, Middlebury College, Hillcrest Road off College Street (Route 125)

For more information, contact Charlotte Tate of the Middlebury College Rohatyn Center for International Affairs at 802-443-5795 or tate@middlebury.edu.

 

Lectures

Wednesday, October 22, 4:30 p.m.

Lecture on "Women and Children in Sudan's Civil War" by Jok Madut Jok, member of the Loyola Marymount University Department of History. 

Co-sponsored by the UVM Center for Cultural Pluralism and several Middlebury College organizations:  Rohatyn Center for International Affairs, Department of Sociology/Anthropology, Ross Commons, Office for Institutional Diversity, PALANA Center and UMOJA.

Free

Conference room, Robert A. Jones House, Middlebury College, Hillcrest Road off College Street (Route 125)

For more information, contact Charlotte Tate of the Middlebury College Rohatyn Center for International Affairs at 802-443-5795 or tate@middlebury.edu.

 

Thursday, Oct. 30; 7:30 p.m.

Lecture and slide show, "Was the Renaissance Possible without Arabic/Islamic Science?" by George Saliba, professor of history of Arabic/Islamic science, Columbia University. 

Co-sponsored by the department of religion, the Rohatyn Center for International Affairs, the department of classics, and Brainerd Commons.  Part of the 2003-2004 Islamic Studies Lecture Series.

Free

Room 216, Bicentennial Hall, Bicentennial Way off College Street (Route 125), Middlebury College

For more information, contact Charlotte Tate of the Middlebury College Rohatyn Center for International Affairs at 802-443-5795 or tate@middlebury.edu.

 

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