WFU announces September lecture schedule
By Pam Barrett
Aug. 31, 2005
Wake Forest University announces the September schedule for lectures and readings that are open to the public. All events are free.
Sept. 6, "An Extension on the Traditional Theory of Customer Discrimination: Customers versus Customers" with Stephanie Crofton, Carswell Hall, Room 118, 4 p.m.
Stephanie Crofton, assistant professor of economics at High Point University's Earl N. Phillips School of Business. Sponsored by the economics department. Contact: (336) 758-5923.
Sept. 7, "'Misleading Trails' in Multiple Perspectives" with Dan Mills, Scales Fine Arts Center, Room 102. 2 p.m.
Dan Mills, curator and exhibiting artist, will give a lecture in conjunction with the exhibit, "Misleading Trails," currently on display in the Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery. Sponsored by the gallery. (336) 758-5585.
Sept. 7, "The Miracle of Ladder Company 6" with Sal D'Agostino, Pugh Auditorium, Benson University Center, 7:30 p.m.
Salvatore "Sal" D'Agostino of Ladder Company 6, Fire Department-City of New York (FDNY) with give a lecture about his experiences at the World Trade Center attack on
Sept. 11, 2001. Sponsored by the Student Union. (336) 758-5697.
Sept. 14, "Political and Literary Perspectives on 'Reading Lolita in Tehran,'" Brendle Recital Hall, 7:30 p.m.
Panel discussion with Michelle Browers, assistant professor of political science; Dean Franco, assistant professor of English; and Charles Kennedy, professor of political science. Sponsored by the Wake Forest Committee on Orientation and Lower Division Advising and the Wake Forest Fund for Ethics and Leadership. (336) 758-4859.
Sept. 22, Lecture with Sean McKeever, Tribble Hall, Room B316, 4:30 p.m.
Sean McKeever is an assistant professor of philosophy at Davidson College who specializes in ethics. Sponsored by the philosophy department. (336) 758-5359.
Sept. 29, "Bridging the Gap: Cultural Awareness through Artistic Presentation," Museum of Anthropology, 7:30 p.m.
Exhibit curators Mickey Buckwalter and Lorelle Bacon will present a lecture in conjunction with exhibit, "Bridging the Gap: Cultural Awareness through Artistic Presentation." Sponsored by the Museum of Anthropology. (336) 758-5282.