Lunch & Learn Fall 2008


 

 Tuesday

 

 Wednesday

9/16

Dan Wasserman
Syndicated Political Cartoonist
Boston Globe
The Art of Political Cartooning

9/17

Susan Dibble, Brandeis Professor of Theater Arts, specialty in Dance; Choreographer, Director of Shakespeare & Co., Lenox, MA
Multi-Media Presentation                       

9/23

Enzo Falco, an Italian Jew born in Turin
The making of a documentary about Jews saved by local population in NW Italy during WWII

9/24

Dr. Ruth Nemzoff, Resident Scholar, Author, Brandeis Women's Studies Research Center Don't Bite Your Tongue: How to Foster Rewarding Relationships with Your Adult Children

10/14

Alan LeBovidge, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority
A Private Person's View of Working in the Public Environment

10/15

Marshall Goldman, Davis Professor of Russian Economics Emeritus, Wellesley College; Sr. Scholar,Davis Center,Harvard
Petrostate: Putin, Power and the Rise of the New Russia

10/21

Adil Najam, Member of Nobel-winning scientific panel, IPCC with Al Gore and Director of BU’s Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future
Insights on Pakistan

10/22

Paul Lewis, Professor of English, Boston College; columnist for Tikkun Magazine.
The Enduring Appeal of Edgar Allan Poe on the Occasion of the 200thYear of His Birth

10/28

Nichole Argo, Graduate Student,Political Science Department, MIT
Motivations of Suicide Bombers: counter intuitive results

10/29

Open Forum for Members

11/4

Dennis Mc Fadden, Interim Director, Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College The Campus Museum: Resource for Teaching, a Place for Learning

11/5

Bruce R. Magid, Ph.D., Dean of the Brandeis International Business School,  Martin and Ahuva Gross Chair in Financial Markets and Institutions
New Era of Globalization

11/11

Jill Greenlee, Professor of Politics, Brandeis
Election Reflections

11/12

Paul Osterman, Professor of Human Resources and Management Behavioral and Policy Sciences, MIT Sloan School.
Community Organizing For Social Justice

11/18

Ilan Troen, Stoll Family Professor in Israel Studies,Director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University
Israel at 60: Visions and Realities

11/19

Mingus Ulysses Mapps, Assistant Professor of African and Afro-American Studies and Politics, Brandeis
Election Reflections

12/2

Anthony Lewis, Pulizer Prize Winner and long time New York Times columnist and reporter about the Supreme Court
Freedom for the Thought We Hate: A Biography of the First Amendment...

12/3

Hankus Netzky, Vice President of Education at the National Yiddish Book Center Expanding the Rescue-Uncovering Yiddish Culture in Today's Jewish World-The Discovery Project

12/9

Barbara Levine and Lucy Joan Sollogub (a.k.a. "Ladies'Triumph"), playing traditional music from aruond the world on Hammered and Appalchian dulcimers

12/10

Sara Curry & Friends will entertain you with a program of Pop/Swing/Jazz