October lecture schedule at WFU
By Pam Barrett
Wake Forest University announces the October schedule for lectures and readings that are open to the public. All events are free.
Book reading with Quinn Dalton, Tribble Hall, Ammons Lounge, Room A107, 4:30 p.m. Quinn Dalton, author of "High Strung" and "Bulletproof Girl." Sponsored by the English department. (336) 758-5383.
"In a World of War, Dialogue Among the Religions of the World is a Necessity" with Leonard Swidler, Carswell Hall, Annenberg Forum, Room 111, 8 p.m. Leonard Swidler, Professor of Catholic Thought and Interreligious Dialogue at Temple University. Sponsored by the Pro Humanitate Center. (336) 758-5146.
"Literature and Society in the First Modern Period, 321 B.C. - A.D. 235," with Joseph A. Farrell, Benson University Center, Room 407, 4 p.m. reception; 4:30 p.m. lecture.* Joseph Farrell, professor of classical studies and Associate Dean for Arts and Letters at the University of Pennsylvania. Sponsored by Phi Beta Kappa. (336) 758-5331.
"Memory Bridge" with Michael Verde, Kirby Hall, Room B02, 6 p.m. Michael Verde, author, teacher, founder and president of Reading for Life. Sponsored by the Office of Entrepreneurship in the Liberal Arts. (336) 758-3153.
"Politics, Society & Religion under Islam, Christianity & Judaism," with Charles Kimball, Carswell Hall, Annenberg Forum, Room 111, 7:30 p.m. Charles Kimball, professor of religion at Wake Forest. Sponsored by the Wake Forest Committee on Orientation and Lower Division Advising and the Wake Forest Fund for Ethics and Leadership. (336) 758-4859.
"Mahler's Ape: Symphony, Science and the Creative Imagination," Scales Fine Arts Center, Room M308, 7:30 p.m. Musicologist Morten Solvik. Sponsored by the music department. (336) 758-5364.
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