|Food for Thought feeds mind, body |
RELEASED: Jan. 29, 2004
DANVILLE, KYThe Food for Thought series begins Feb. 3 in the Nichols dining room in Cowan Dining Commons.
This spring's Food for Thought series, sponsored by the alumni office, consists of four discussions led by Centre faculty during lunch (noon-1 p.m.).
Tuesday, Feb. 3, William R. Levin, professor of art history, will speak on "Philanthropic Confraternities and Images of Charity in Early-Modern Italy." Levin will discuss the beneficent lay organizations that contributed to the social fabric of Italian cities and towns between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Lori Hartmann-Mahmud, assistant professor of international studies, will discuss "Centre in Cameroon: Views on African Politics and Civil Society," on March 2. Her talk will focus on Cameroon's struggle with democracy and development. Hartman-Mahmud recently led a class to study in Cameroon during CentreTerm, the College's innovative three-week term in January.
On April 6, Brian Cooney, professor of philosophy, will speak
Dunn, associate professor of chemistry, will speak May 4 on the great
mysteries of astronomy and cosmology with "Twinkle Twinkle Little
Star, How I Wonder What You
Were." Sessions are $10 each or
$35 for the entire series.
To register, call Jeanine Sanders (859) 238-5500 or toll-free (877) 678-9822.
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