Free UNLV Forum Lecture SeriesDeals for Locals, FREE, Speakers/Lectures, UNLV | Sandra | September 17, 2007 at 06:20
The UNLV Forum Lecture Series runs each academic year.Â This article is from 2007 and covers the fall semester only.
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For all of you out there in Vegas Valley who feel you live in an intellectual, as well as geographical desert, relief is on the horizon. And this oasis is not a mirage.
After a long hot summer with little to stimulate the mind except the the Las Vegas World Affairs Club, some excellent films at CineVegas, various poetry readings, the Socrates Discussion Group and well actually, quite a few other places if you read my articles – UNLV has announced its fall 2007 schedule for the University Forum Free Lecture Series open to the public.
You can check out details at liberalarts.unlv.edu or call 702- 895-3401. Please note that the lecture series is only for fall and spring semester.Â Fall semester is not posted until late summer, so the site may sayÂ “I’m sorry, there are no upcoming events.”Â We hope that this series will survive the deep budget cuts in the Nevada university system.
The University Forum is a lecture series sponsored and funded by UNLV’s College of Liberal Arts for the edification of the Las Vegas community. All events are free and open to the public, no reservation is necessary – just show up and enjoy. Lectures start at 7:30 pm sharp. Venue is the Barrick Museum Auditorium, UNLV campus, Las Vegas NV.
Did you experience these?:
Sep 12 – The Climate History of the Earth: A View to the Future Prof. Matthew Lachniet, Department of Geoscience, UNLV
Sep 17 – The U. S. Constitution and the Lessons of Experience: Does What Made Sense in 1787 Serve Us Well in 2007? Prof. Sanford Levinson, W. St. John Garwood and W. St. John Garwood, Jr. Centennial Chair in Law and Professor Government, University of Texas
Sep 20 – What’s Wrong With the Way Nevada Selects Its Judges? A Legal and Policy Analysis Prof. Tuan Samahon, William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV
Sep 21 – The Social Critique of Social Knowledge (or, But Mom, Crop-Tops are Cute!) Prof. Sally Haslanger, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, and Acting Director of Women’s Studies, MIT
Sep 24 – Dancing under Desert Stars: Ballroom in Las Vegas Amanda Haboush, Nevada Institute for Children’s Research and Policy, UNLV; Gail Michel-Parsons, Director of Rebel Dancesport Team, UNLV
Oct 04 – The Mystery of Labyrinths Gael Hancock, William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration, UNLV Tue
Oct 09 – Endangered Wildlife of the American Southwest (slide illustrated) Mitch Tobin, Scholar, Newspaper Reporter and Author
Oct 11 – The Road to the Viral Superhighway: Emerging Diseases in the Time of Globalization Prof. George J. Armelagos, Goodrich C. White Professor of Anthropology
Oct 24 – Screening the Mafia (Why is “Italian American” Synonymous with Organized Crime?) Prof. Ben Lawton, Department of Foreign Languages, and Chair, Interdisciplinary Italian Studies Program and Chair, Interdisciplinary Film Studies Program, Purdue University
Nov 01 – The Sex Life of Orchids Carol Siegel, President, Greater Las Vegas Orchid Society
Nov 08 – Time-Loops, Superstrings, and Other Weird Stuff: Are Physicists for Real (or Is This Just a Lot of Mathematics)? Prof. Jody Azzouni, Department of Philosophy, Tufts University
Nov 14 – Spilling Over: The Migration between Attitudes Regarding Immigration and Policy Preferences Prof. Max Neiman, Program Director and Senior Fellow, Governance and Public Finance Program, Public Policy Institute of California
Nov 16 – The Culture of War and Peace in Europe, 1789 – 1815 Prof. David A. Bell, Mellon Professor in the Humanities and Dean of Faculty, Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, Johns Hopkins University
Nov 29 – The Grand Canyon: 125 Years of Photography of an American Icon (slide-illustrated) Stephen Trimble, Ansel Adams Award-Winning Photographer and Writer
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