Fall 2002 Lunch & Learn


Wednesday

Thursday

9/25/02

Melvin Bernstein,
Provost, Brandeis University
“BOLLI: How it Fits in Now and in the Future”

9/26/02

Repeat of Mel Bernstein
Or Video Replay

10/2/02

Eric Chasalow
Composer, Professor of Music, Brandeis “Contemporary and Electro-Acoustic Music”

10/3/02

Sylvia Barak Fishman
Co-Director, Brandeis Jewish & Women’s Studies
“Reinventing the Cinematic Jew”

10/9/02

Jessica Morgan
Chief Curator
Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston “Curator’s Review of ICA Exhibits”

10/10/02

Miriam Weinstein
Journalist and Photo-Journalist
“Yiddish: A Nation of Words”

10/16/02

John Yemma
Deputy Managing Director, Boston Sunday Globe
"The New Shape of the Middle East and It's Effect on the World"

10/17/02

Rabbi Samuel Chiel
Rabbi Emeritus
Temple Emmanuel Newton & Author
“The Healing Power of Psalms”

10/23/02

Dr. Robert Kung
Director of Research, Abiomed Corporation
“The Replacement Heart”

10/24/02

Dr. Terry Strom
Professor, Harvard Medical School
Director, Division of Immunology, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital
“Embryonic Stem Cells: Controversy and Promise”

10/30/02

Dr. Paul Mendis
Medical Director, Neighborhood Health Plan
“HIV and Liver Transplantation: An Inside View of the Controversy”

10/31/02

Joan Vennochi
Columnist, The Boston Globe
“The Culture of Massachusetts Politics: A Strange Strain”

11/6/02

Wayne Klockner
State Director, Massachusetts Chapter
The Nature Conservancy
“Local to Global: The Impact of Conservancy”

11/7/02

Tatyana Yankekevich,
Assistant Director
The Sakharov Archives, Brandeis
“Andrei Sakharov: His Times and His Legacy

11/13/02

Joshua Rubenstein
Regional Director
Amnesty International Associate at the Davis Center Russian Studies at Harvard
“A Monstrous Case: Stalin's Assault on the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee”

11/14/02

Dr. Thomas Perls
Associate Professor
Harvard Medical School Director
New England Centenarian Study
Boston Medical Center
"Living to 100"

11/20/02

Howard Zinn
Historian, Playwright, Author
“A People’s History of the United States, and How to Use It”

11/21/02

Rashi Fein
Harvard Medical School
Professor Emeritus of the Economics of Medicine & Author
“National Health Insurance: Can it Happen in Our Lifetime?”

11/27/02

NO BOLLI THANKSGIVING WEEK

11/28/02

NO BOLLI THANKSGIVING WEEK

12/4/02

Charles Fine
Professor of International Business
The Sloan School, MIT
“Today’s Economy: an Unprecedented Speed of Change”

12/5/02

Possible:
The Boston Virtuosi Concert, String Orchestra Concert