Faculty Forum Chats: Boston University Students Invited to Engage in Stimulating Discussions with Renowned Professors
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Boston – The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University presents the Fall 2007 Faculty Forum Chats series. The forums bring students and faculty together in an informal setting to discuss a variety of engaging subjects. The series seeks to promote dialogue and cultivate the personal interests of students from all schools and colleges, as well as to provide them with access to BU’s distinguished faculty outside of the classroom.
Faculty Forum Chats are open to all Boston University students and are held on Thursdays from 3:30 – 5:00 PM in the Richards-Roosevelt Room on the first floor of Mugar Memorial Library, 771 Commonwealth Avenue.
The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University seeks to capture and document history by collecting the manuscripts from individuals who play significant roles in the fields of journalism, poetry, literature and criticism, dance, music, theatre, film, television, and political and religious movements. With collections from more than 2,000 notable figures, the Center strives to preserve the documents and make them readily available to researchers while administering all legal copyrights and restrictions. The Center also presents extensive exhibitions, seminars and tours for students, parents, alumni, various visiting groups and members of the public.
Fall 2007 Faculty Forum Chats
October 25, 2007
Professor Lou Ureneck, COM Journalism
A SENSE OF PLACE AND A SOURCE OF METAPHOR
November 1, 2007
Professor Nick Mills, COM Journalism
CAN AFGHANISTAN BE SAVED?
November 8, 2007
Professor Tom Barfield, CAS Anthropology
AFGHANISTAN: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
November 15, 2007
Professor Charles Griswold, CAS Philosophy
SELF-FORGIVENESS: WHAT, WHEN, HOW
November 29, 2007
COM Dean Tobe Berkovitz
AN UNBORING LOOK AT BOORSTIN
December 6, 2007
CAS Dean Virginia Sapiro
THE UNIVERSITY IS THE REAL WORLD: CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES TO A COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES