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Thursday, August 10, 2017
  • Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 09:15am

    Robert Allan Hill

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    Robert Allan Hill is the Dean of Marsh Chapel and a Professor of New Testament and Pastoral Theology at Boston University.

    Sun., Aug. 6 at 10:45am | Mon., Aug. 7 – Fri., Aug. 11 at 9:15am



    Location: Amphitheater

     

  • Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 10:45am

    Adam Lowenstein

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    Professor of English and Film Studies, University of Pittsburgh; Author, Shocking Representation: Historical Trauma, National Cinema, and the Modern Horror Film

    Adam Lowenstein is Professor of English and Film Studies at the University...



    Location: Amphitheater

     

  • Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 12:15pm

    William Heyen, CLSC Author, The Candle: Poems of Our 20th Century Holocausts

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    The Candle: Poems of Our 20th Century Holocausts is a record, unlike any other in literature, of an American poet's staring into the central atrocities of our Twentieth Century, of his struggle against soul-sickness as he attempts, over almost 50 years, by way of despised and barbaric poetry...



    Location: Hall of Philosophy

     

  • Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 02:00pm

    L. Sebastian Purcell

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    L. Sebastian Purcell is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York-Cortland. He has written widely on topics of moral, political, and Latin American philosophy, from topics addressing environmental ethics to his comparative scholarship on Aristotle and the Aztecs. 



    Location: Hall of Philosophy

     

  • Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 03:30pm

    Susan Southard, CLSC Author, Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War

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    A powerful and unflinching account of the enduring impact of nuclear war, told through the stories of those who survived, Susan Southard’s Nagasaki is a gripping narrative of human resilience in the aftermath of one of the most controversial wartime acts in history.



    Location: Hall of Philosophy