Lunch & Learn Spring 2010

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 Tuesday

Wednesday

2/23

Eileen McNamara, Journalism professor, Brandeis, former Pulitzer Prize  winning metro columnist for the Boston Globe
Collapse of Newspapers and What That Means For Democracy  

2/24

Peter S. Canellos, Editorial Page Editor, Boston Globe, formerly Washington bureau chief  
Future Challenges Facing Massachusetts

3/2

Dick Lehr,  Professor, Journalism, Boston University, Visiting Journalist,  Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, Brandeis, Author
The Fence:A Police Cover-up Along Boston's Racial Divide

3/3

Randall H. Miller, Becker College Accelerated Studies Division and Norwich University Security Studies and Defense Analysis Program
21st Century Terrorism 

3/9

Asher Susser, Director, Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Tel Aviv University, Professor, Department of Middle Eastern History
Israel, the Arabs, and Palestine: Facing Crucial Decisions

3/10

Dr. Fernando Estrada, Consul General of Mexico
Immigration as a Global Issue with particular relevance to the United States and Mexico

3/16

Sharon Rivo, Executive Director, National Center for Jewish Film and Adjunct Professor of Near Eastern and Jewish Studies, Brandeis
Jews on Screen: Treasures from the Diaspora's Largest Jewish Film Archive   

3/17

Esther Nelson, General & Artistic Director Boston Lyric Opera
Is Opera Relevant Today? 

3/23

Open Forum

3/24

VoiceMale, Brandeis University's premier all male a cappella group

4/6

Paula Apsell, Senior Executive Producer, NOVA, Director,WGBH Science Unit
The Art of Science Television

4/7

Allen Sinai, Chief Global Economist/Strategist & President, Decision Economics, Inc.
The Economic "Recovery": Are We "Really" There Yet?

4/13

David Harris, Executive Director American Jewish  Committee
Global Challenges for Jewish Diplomacy

4/14

Andreas Teuber, Department Chair, Professor, Philosophy, Brandeis
The Crime That Never Was: The Justice of Criminal Attempt Law

4/20

Daja Meston, Author
Comes the Peace: My Journey to Forgiveness

4/21

Nicholas Daniloff, Professor, Journalism, Northeastern University, Author
Of Spies And Spokesmen: My Life as a Cold War Correspondent

4/27

 Margaret Burchenal, Curator of Education and Public Programs, Isabella Stewart Gardner MuseumThe New Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum:  Building on a Legacy

4/28

Donna Barry, Director, Policy & Advocacy, Partners in Health

PIH's History and Current Activities

5/4

Rock Band:The Beatles Video game demo by Harmonix gives us the chance to experience The Beatles' legendary story from the inside. Players become part of the band.

5/5

Dick Johnson, Curator, Sports Museum of New England
Sports town: The Sports Heritage of Boston


Schedule

Lunch

11:30 - 12:00

Gathering Place

Lecture

12:00 -1:05

Napoli Room

Announcements

1:05 - 1:15

Napoli Room