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Week of 28 March 2003· Vol. VI, No. 26

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The 2003 annual Bradford Morse Lecture

This year’s Bradford Morse Distinguished Lecture, which was established in 1989 as a tribute to the Honorable F. Bradford Morse (SMG’42, LAW’49), the late former congressman, head of the United Nations Development Program, founder and head of the U.N. Office of Emergency Operations for Africa, and BU trustee, will be delivered by Kenneth Kaunda, the first president of Zambia and the current Balfour president-in-residence at BU’s African Presidential Archives and Research Center. Kaunda will speak on the topic Africa and the World’s New Food Technology: Threat or Bright Promise? on Thursday, April 3, at 4 p.m., in the Photonics Center Colloquium Room (ninth floor). A reception will follow in the center’s East End Lounge. A panel discussion the following day will focus on the implications of genetically modified foods for African culture and supply and on Kaunda’s remarks. It takes place on Friday, April 4, at 2 p.m., in the African Studies Center’s William O. Brown Seminar Room and will include Adil Najam, a CAS professor of international relations, who was a delegate to the United Nations 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, and Robert Paarlberg of Wellesley College, who has recently published a book on the topic. For more information about the lecture, which is free and open to the public, call 353-3673 or visit www.bu.edu/africa.


28 March 2003
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