Inventory of the EUA037 Lecture Events Collection, 1892 - ongoing EUA037

Inventory of the EUA037 Lecture Events Collection, 1892 - ongoing
EUA037


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Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Elon University
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Elon, North Carolina
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Descriptive Summary

Repository: Elon University. Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Creator: Elon University
Title: EUA037 Lecture Events Collection, 1892 - ongoing
Language of Material: Material in English
Location: The collection is located in the Carol Grotnes Belk Library Archives and Special Collections at Elon University. Please contact the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian for further details about the location.
Abstract: This collection contains programs, flyers, brochures, correspondences, posters, and any other type of printed material that relates to lecture events that took place at Elon University. The collection is arranged chronologically. For more information about what is included in this collection, plesae see the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection."
Extent: 8 linear feet, 1 box and 2 oversize flat file cabinet drawers

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Collection is open for research.


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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], EUA037 Lecture Events Collection, Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, Elon University, Elon, NC, USA.


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Gift or Purchase Note

Unknown. Materials collected and assembled over many years to form collection.


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Accession Information

No applicable


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Processing Information

Processed by Katie Nash, December 2012

Encoded by Shaunta Alvarez, February 2013


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Arrangement

The collection is arranged chronologically.


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Online Catalog Headings

These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs.

Lectures and lecturing -- North Carolina -- Elon -- Documentation.
Elon College -- Liberal Arts Forum -- Documentation.
Elon University -- Liberal Arts Forum -- Documentation.
Elon College -- Convocation -- Documentation.
Elon University -- Convocation -- Documentation.
Elon College -- Visiting speakers -- Documentation.
Elon University -- Visiting speakers -- Documentation.
Elon College -- History.
Elon University -- History.
Elon University -- Archival resources

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Related Material

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1. June 1, 1892-May 31, 2013.
61 folders.
Undated.
* Undated. "Russia, 1965."
* Undated. "Ethical Obligations of the Student-Professor Relationship."
* May 6. Chat in the Stacks.
* February 14. Valentine's Day Poetry Slam.
* February 14. Valentine Elevation and Poetry Slam.
* January 9. Remembering our Mothers: The Importance of women's History.
* April 17. Women of Faith Storytellers.
* May 1. Religion, Politics and Oil: A Volatile Mix in the Middle East.
* February 20. The Phenomena of Hatred in the Contemporary World.
* December 1. Libraries: Today's Issues, Tomorrow's Challenges.
* February 23. Multimedia: How does it really work in the Classroom?
* January 25, February 23, and March 29. Computers in Education: What's it all about?
* March 7. Open Forum Press Conference.
* October 2. Summer Study in Hungary: A Report.
* November 9. "Leaving a Voice Print for Future Generations."
* April 24-28. Studies in Humanities: Elon College.
* February 16-17. Love Letters.
* February 12-13. Auditions for Quilters.
* March 1. "Two Hundred Years After the Revolution: Modern France."
* March 28. "Creative Problem Solving in the Arts."
* April 14. A Poetry Reading.
* April 16. "India at Crossroads."
* April 16. Independence and Nationalism in the U.S.S.R.
* April 24. Independence in the Republic of Georgia.
* April 26. Grammar Rules Even Kings.
* September 29. The Washington Center Internships and Seminars.
* April 28. Hello Down There.
* October 5. Poetry Reading.
* October 12. The U.S. and Into-China: A Southeast Asian Perspective.
* October 28-29. "Religion and Culture in Japan" and "The Faith Journey of an Asian American."
* November 9. Triple Image.
* November 16. Chat in the Stacks.
* September 14-15. Love Letters.
* Winter Term. Leadership Lecture Series.
* November 17. Brown Bag Seminar - Beyond Marijuana: A Look at Substance Abuse on the College Campus.
* September 24. Dr. Fritz Stern on "Einstein's Germany."
* Undated. Feminist Interpretations of the Bible.
* 1987. 200th Anniversary of the US Constitution.
June 1, 1892-May 31, 1893.
* March 31. Elon College Second Annual Debate.
June 1, 1900-May 31, 1901.
* April 19. Shakespeare Evening.
June 1, 1920-May 31, 1921.
* February 6-11. Institute of Expression Lectures and Recitals.
June 1, 1927-May 31, 1928.
* May 9. Philogian Literary Society - Annual Oratorical Contest.
June 1, 1932-May 31, 1933.
* April 21. Seventh Annual State Oratorical Contest of the North Carolina Intercollegiate Forensic Association.
* April 24-26. Juniororations.
June 1, 1959-May 31, 1960.
* October 20. College-Students for Kennedy-Johnson Rally.
June 1, 1960-May 31, 1961.
* January 16. Oral Interpretation Class - The Second Evening of Reading.
June 1, 1970-May 31, 1971.
* April 30. Spring Conference: Motivating Children.
June 1, 1971-May 31, 1972.
* April 23-28. Spring Symposium.
June 1, 1972-May 31, 1973.
* March 29. Elon College Founders Day Address.
June 1, 1973-May 31, 1974.
* March 7-April 12. Liberal Arts Forum.
June 1, 1974-May 31, 1975.
October 30. Ralph Nader Speaks at Elon.
June 1, 1975-Mary 31, 1976.
* February 17. Dr. William Blackstone speaks at Elon College.
June 1, 1976-May 31, 1977.
* November 9. "Woman's Role in History: Past, Present, and Future."
* November 16. "Woman As Portrayed in Art."
* November 18. "Woman as Martyr."
* November 23. "Woman in the Judaic-Christian Traditions."
* November 30. "Woman in Literature."
* December 7. "Woman in Politics."
* January 24. "Diary of a Country Priest."
* January 31. "Shop on Main Street."
* February 8. "The Virgin Spring."
* February 14. "A Man for All Seasons."
* March 24. "Interest Pressure Groups in Washington."
* April 4-7. "Competition: Virtue or Vice?"
June 1, 1977-May 31, 1978.
* October 7. Dr. T. Scott Kennedy Lecture.
May 30, 1980-May 31, 1981.
* June 5. Price Waterhouse Lecture for Area Businessmen.
* February 20. The Economic Outlook for 1981.
1984-1991.
* Spring 1984 (February 6). Charles Wynes, "'Big Red': Charles Richard Drew - Black Athlete, Scientist, Surgeon, Teacher - The Man and the Myth."
* Fall 1985 (September 16-18). Teach-In on Central America.
* Spring 1986 (February 16-18). South Africa Symposium.
* Fall 1986 (September 14-18). Real Men and Real Women can eat whatever they want… and pump gas.
* Spring 1987 (February 8-16). Revisioning Soviet-American Relations.
* Fall 1987 (September 20-23). Families of Origin/Families of Choice.
* Fall 1988 (September 25-28). The Palestinian People: Tragedy and Hope.
* Fall 1989 (September 17-21). Earthwatch '89: An Environmental Symposium.
* Fall 1990 (September 23-27). The Challenges of Cultural Diversity.
* Fall 1991 (September 16-19). "The Free Exercise Thereof:" A Symposium on the Bill of Rights.
June 1, 1985-May 31, 1986.
* May 17. Senior Showcase.
June 1, 1986-May 31, 1987.
* October 22. The Future of Higher Education: Cooperation of Competition.
* January 20. Warrior Fought Battles on Two Fronts.
* February 2. Russian Symposium at Elon.
* February 8. "An Evening of Russian Fine Arts."
* February 9. "The Constants of Russian History."
* February 9. "Soviet Influence in Eastern Europe."
* February 11. "Alcoholism in the USSR: A Study of Stress in Soviet Society."
* February 12. "The History of Soviet-American Relations: Czarist Russia Until the Present."
* February 15. "American and Soviet Smokescreens: How We View Each Other."
* February 16. "Fearful Warriors: A Psychological Profile of U.S.-Soviet Relations."
* February 16. "Revisioning Soviet Political and Economic Interests."
* March 13. "Nostradamus and the Anatomy of Rumor."
* September 18. Elon Profs Review America's Sexism.
1987.
* 1987. Soviets Using Moonshine.
June 1, 1987-May 31, 1988.
* November 15. "Love and Freedom": An Evening of Hungarian Poetry and Culture.
* January 4-February 14. The Holocaust: A Symposium.
* January 13. "The Holocaust Experience: A Survivor's Perspective."
* January 14. "The Holocaust: A Question and Answer Session."
* January 21. "Holocaust Experience in North Carolina."
* April 11. "Yes, Virginia (and also Massachusetts), the South did win the Civil War."
* April 22. "Economics of Power, Money, and Success."
* May 25. "The Holocaust and the Soviet Union."
June 1, 1988-May 31, 1989.
* Fall 1988. Liberal Arts Forum Lectures.
* September 12. Liberal Arts Forum Lectures.
* September 13. Liberal Arts Forum Lectures.
* September 19. Liberal Arts Forum Lectures.
* September 20. "The Palestinian People: Tragedy and Hope."
* September 21. Elon College's Symposium on Crisis in Israel.
* October 5. "The Beauty of a Naked God: The Humanities at Elon."
* October 15. "Glasnost and the Future of United States-Soviet Relations: The Emigres' View."
* October 18. "Glasnost and the Future of United States-Soviet Relations: The Emigres' View."
* November 16. "...The Golden Tree of Life is Green."
* November 17. Ethics in American Business.
* November 17. "Israel: Post-1988 Election."
* November 30. Liberal Arts Forum Lectures.
* December 6. Public Relations and the Media.
* April 4-6. Storytelling as a Homecoming Event: A Forum.
June 1, 1989-May 31, 1990.
* October 4-5. "Poverty and Illiteracy."
* October 16. Soviet Socialist Republic of Georgia.
* October 25. "Israel's Wisdom -- From Proverbs to Ecclesiastes."
* November 6. "A Taxonomist's Approach to the Study of Biological Diversity - How are Species Defined?"
* November 9. "The Advent of Rock Music in 1955."
* November 15. Air Today, Gone Tomorrow.
* January 31, February 2, February 13. ECTV Teleconference News.
* February 19. Rediscovering Shakespeare's Theaters.
* April 16, 17. Five delegates from Georgia (USSR).
* April 20. What's Next in Nicaragua?, International Issues Series.
* April 24. Lecture by Admiral Stansfield Turner.
June 1, 1990-May 31, 1991.
* September 19. Choose to Be Healthy.
* September 25-28. "The Palestinian People: Tragedy and Hope."
* September 20. Fall Symposium: Challenges of Cultural Diversity.
* October 4. Democratic Candidate Visits Elon.
* October 10. Lecture by Alice Tepper Marlin.
* October 23. Summer Travel to India.
* November 5. "Puttin' on Ole Massa: Runaway Slaves."
* November 12. Lecture by Jennifer Casolo.
* November 13. Rights Crusader.
* November 18. "Alternative Strategies for Teaching At-Risk Students."
* November 27. Trip to the USSR.
* February 14-21. When Love Hurts.
* February 15. Cannon-Boyer Visit.
* February 19. "Acquaintance Rape Among Students: A Hidden Epidemic?"
* February 20. "Campus and Community Resources."
* February 20. "An Intervention Strategy to Stop Relationship Violence."
* February 21. "Signs and Symptoms: Recognition and Referral."
* March. The Association for the Study of the Nationalities.
* March 7. Lecture on Kaffir Boy: Growing Up Black in South Africa.
* March 19. Mentalist/Illusionist Performance.
* April 1-2. Conference on Transcendence and Immanence.
* April 9. Regional Science Fair at Elon.
* April 18. Cultural Diversity and the Professional in Education, Psychology and Human Service.
* April 19. North Carolina Association of Foreign Student Advisors State Conference.
June 1, 1991-May 31, 1992.
* June 26. Lecture on Gorbachev's Foreign Policy.
* September 16. "Introduction to the First Amendment."
* September 17. "Artistic Expression and the First Amendment."
* September 17. "Rock 'n Roll Censorship: The Issue is Fear."
* September 18. "Religious Liberty in Trouble."
* September 18. From the Author's Side.
* September 19. "Freedom of the Press."
* October 10. Jamkhed Health Clinic in India.
* October 14. Reading from Ariel Dorfman.
* October 30. China Presentation.
* November 4. "Politics of Race in America: A Nation Under Siege."
* November 6. Science Literacy and Survival.
* December 5. African American Poetry Reading.
* March 8. Let Justice Roll.
* March 17. Regional Science Fair at Elon.
* April 23. "Images of the American Indian: Two World Views of Art and Culture."
* Holy Week 1993. Book of Devotions.
June 1, 1992-May 31, 1993.
* Fall 1992. The Native American Experience: Walking in Two Worlds.
* September 10. "Beyond Dances with Wolves."
* September 13. "Contemporary Cherokee Culture."
* September 14. "Scattered Feathers."
* September 15. "Walking in Two Worlds."
* September 16. Overview of Native American Human Rights.
* September 17. "Health, Healer, and Place: A Native American Perspective."
* October 1. "Six Powers of the Universe: Black Elk's Vision."
* October 5-7. Conference on Non-Violence: Theory into Practice.
* October 6. Martin Luther King Jr. A Man of Universal Sympathies.
* October 8. Bill Miller.
* October 15. "Sexual Behavior, Health Promotion, and the Prevention of HIV/AIDS."
* October 27. Political Speakers.
* November 2. A Thief of Time.
* March 3-4. A Centenary Celebration of The Life and Work of H. Shelton Smith.
* March 25-27. Meeting of the Philological Association of the Carolinas.
* April 10. 6th Annual Poetry Celebration.
* May 1. Reunion on the Hill.
* May 21. Senior Showcase.
June 1, 1993-May 31, 1994.
* September 9. Understanding Childhood Mental Disorders.
* September 21. "Urban Renewal: Building Systems of Self-Sufficiency.
* October 4. You Get Out of It What You Put Into It.
* Winter/Spring 1994. Cultural Events.
* January 9. Author to discuss challenges confronting Africa.
* January 25. "Dressing for Success? Explaining Racial and Ethnic Inequality in the United States.
* January 31. Congressman Q and A.
* February 8. "How to be an Effective Peacemaker."
* February 14. "Understanding the Americans with Disabilities Act."
* February 14. "Key Issues in Education K-12 in North Carolina."
* February 21. "Population/Environment: Where do we stand now?"
* February 23. Poetry and Fiction Collection.
* March 16. "Women's Liberation and Animal Liberation: Making the Connections."
* March 23. "The Inimitable Winston Churchill."
* March 31. "The Problem of Evil."
* April 7. "The Invasion of Land: Have We Caught Crabs in the Act?"
* April 8. Seventh Annual Poetry Festival.
June 1, 1994-May 31, 1995.
* September 6. "Who Are the Savages?"
* September 9. "Making a Difference."
* October 3. Author about Mafia.
* October 19. Public Interest Groups.
* October 24. "Human Rights, Human Dignity."
* November 7. "Genesis."
* November 9. Problems of Race and Class in the US and South Africa.
* November 9. Shakespeare Discussion.
* November 28. Rhetoric: The Ageless Art.
* November 29. Drug Education Counselor.
* December 7. AIDS Education.
* February 23-25. National Conference on Violence and Women.
* March 1. "A Whole New Life."
* March 7. "Presidential Issues and Questions: Candidates for the 1996 Presidential Election.
* March 20-24. Latin America Expert.
* March 23. Relationship between Arts and Religion.
June 1, 1995-May 31, 1996.
* November 3. Publication of Madeleine L'engle, Suncatcher.
June 1, 1996-May 31, 1997.
* February 7. Celebration of a Publication.
* March 7. Celebration of Publication of a Book.
* April 13-21. South Africa in Context: Celebrating Transformation.
June 1, 1997-May 31, 1998.
* September 5. Celebration of Publication.
June 1, 1998-May 31, 1999.
* November 4. Gender: Balancing Life, Labor, and Leisure.
1998.
* September 23. Conservation, Biodiversity and the 21st Century.
* November 16. The Promise of Oncology Drug Discovery.
1999.
* October 21. The Promise of Oncology Drug Discovery.
* November 18. The Big Picture: The Life of a Professional Surgeon.
* March 11. The Realm of the Senses.
* April 6. Spring Honors Convocation.
2000.
* January 4. The Future of Science and Medicine in the Next Millennium.
* March 2. Geometries of Animals, Flowers, Art and the Human Body.
* April 19. Gene Medicine: A History.
* September 27. Using Bone Marrow Stem Cells to Deliver Therapeutic Genes - A Story of Mice and Men.
* November 14. In Whose Image? The Cloning of Human Life.
June 1, 2000-May 31, 2001.
* January 10. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.
* January 11. Inaugurating the Millennium: The first 100 Days of the 21st Century Presidency.
* March 11. Self-Portrait in Prose and Poetry.
* March 28. The New Ecumenical Challenge: Relating to People of Other Faiths.
* April 7. Textilease/Medique 300, ASA ACDelco Race.
* April-18. International Week.
2001-2002.
* September 25. Voices of Discovery.
June 1, 2001-May 31, 2002.
* September 19. The Inaugural Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture.
* January 9. Gilbert M. Grosvenor, "The Role of Geography in Global Citizenship."
* January 16. Ehud Barak, "Peace of the Brave: Prospects for Peace in the Middle East."
* January 17. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.
* February 28-March 7. International Forum.
* April 17. Women's Sacred Stories.
2002-2003.
* September 19, 2002. What Can Organic Chemists Tell Us about the Origin of Life?
* November 14, 2002. Gene Vaccines.
* February 19, 2003. Pfiesteria: The Science, Science Ethics, and Policy of an Issue Affecting Fish and Human Health.
* April 23, 2003. Assessing the Impacts of Climate Change.
* Various. Visiting Leaders and Scholars.
* April 8. A Conversation with Walter Cronkite.
June 1, 2002-May 31, 2003.
* January 15. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Program.
* January 16. The Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture.
* February 10. Stanley Hauerwas, "On Truth and Politics: Bonhoeffer on America."
* April 8. A Conversation with Walter Cronkite.
June 1, 2003-May 31, 2004.
* September 4. Intercollegiate Athletics: Is Reform Working?
* September 22-25. Tibetan Buddhist Monks at Elon.
* September 29. Thomas Friedman, "American Foreign Policy: The Middle East and the Global Economy." (
* October 2. Robert M. Panoff, "Computational Modeling as an Interactive Learning Environment: Using Technology to Unlock Nature's Secrets."
* October 17. Sandra Postel, "Rivers for Life: Managing Water for People and Nature."
* November 11. Adeline Yen Mah.
* January 6, 12, and 14. David Gergen, "Lessons from World Leaders: Gaining Self-Mastery," "Lessons from World Leaders: Choosing the Path," and "Lessons from World Leaders: Confronting Adversity."
* January 14. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Program.
* January 20. Words from the King.
* February 16. Edward O. Wilson, "The Future of Life."
* March 8. Donald W. Shriver, Jr., Honest Patriots: Loving a Country Enough to Remember Its Misdeeds.
* March 11. Lynn Margulis, "Acquiring Genomes in the Origin of Species."
* April 5. Chat in the Stacks.
* April 21. Elie Wiesel.
June 1, 2004-May 31, 2005.
* September 14. Barbara Ehrenreich.
* September 27. Anna Quindlen, "How Reading Changed My Life."
* September 29. David Suzuki, "The Challenge of the 21st Century: Setting the Real Bottom Line."
* October 5. Charlotte Black Alston, "Tell the Stories so that They May Know."
* November 16. Eric Schlosser.
* January 12. Matthew Szulik, "Leadership in the Technological Environment."
* January 18. William J. Pesce, "Leading with Your Heart, Your Values and Your Mind."
* February 16. Allan Johnson, "Unraveling the Gender Knot."
* February 17. Kathleen Dudzinski, "Inside a Dolphin's Mind."
* February 23. Poetry Reading.
* March 1-3. Christine Todd Whitman, "America, Washington and the Environment" and "Leadership: A Common sense Approach."
* March 2. R. Michael Blaese, "Using Genes as Medicines: The Promise and the Challenge."
* March 7. John C. Green, "The Twelve Tribes of American Politics."
* April 7. Mark Plotkin, "Rainforest Conservation and the Search for New Jungle Medicines."
* April 14. John Glenn.
* April 20. Chat in the Stacks.
June 1, 2005-May 31, 2006.
* August 31. Discussion on Africa's Economic, educational and political landscape.
* September 14. Ornamental Motif of Chintamani.
* September 14. Crusader Artistic Interaction with the Mongols: 1250-1291.
* September 14. Discussion of Tissue Engineering.
* September 16. Re-imagining Ethics, Spirituality and Practice for an Emerging Ecological Age.
* September 20. Francis Bok, Lecture on Awareness of Slavery.
* September 22. Biotechnology Industry Trends.
* September 26. Billy Collins, Poetry Reading and Lecture.
* September 26-29. Learning Through International Experiences.
* September 27. Mark A. Norell, "Dinosaur Feathers: How Fossils Inform Us About the Evolution of Birds."
* September 27. No-Yes, Date Rape.
* October 3. Healthy Relationships between Men and Women.
* October 6. Edmund Morris, Fall Convocation.
* October 10. Poetry Reading and Lecture.
* October 10. Breast Cancer Recurrence: What are the chances of having a recurrence, and what can be done to reduce them?
* October 12. Korea's Past and Present.
* October 13. Tibetan Monks Discuss Buddhist Practices.
* October 19. Question and Answer session.
* October 20-21. Discussion of Cherokee Language.
* October 21. Fall Environmental Forum.
* October 25. Textual Alter Egos: Life as Reader and Writer.
* October 26. "I am a Town Southbound - Breaking the Bubble: Elon Experiences Bay St. Louis."
* November 2. Origins of Rwanda Genocide and U.S. Policy towards It.
* November 3. Discussion of the Evolution of Participatory Art.
* November 4. "The Place of Black and Ethnic Studies at Elon University."
* November 11. Filling the Void: A Life Filled with Meaning.
* November 14. Samantha Power, "The Age of Genocide."
* November 16. Poetry Reading.
* November 29. Henry Petroski, "Success and Failure in Engineering."
* December 1. Re-imagining Ethics, Spirituality and Practice for an Emerging Ecological Age.
* January 11. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.
* February 20. Peter Brown. "Discovery, Story, and Implications for Homo floresiensis - the Hobbits."
* February 21. The Idea of a University Revisited.
* February 27. Ben Bradlee.
* March 1. May R. Berenbaum, "Phytochemicals: Plant Sex, Human Drugs, and Insect Rock and Roll."
* March 7. Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy.
* March 13. Planet Simpson.
* March 28. Edward T. McDonough, "Forensic Pathology: Art or Science?"
* April 3. Religious Freedom at a Crossroads: Church-State Issues and the US Supreme Court.
* April 4. General Colin L. Powell, Convocation for Honors.
* April 13. Diagnosing Pictures The Science of Looking in Late Nineteenth Century America.
* April 16. Religious Liberty: In Jeopardy?
June 1, 2006-January 31, 2007.
* September 6-7. Talks on Ethics.
* September 6. "The History of College Athletics."
* September 6. "The NCAA and College Athletics Today."
* September 6. "The Future of College Athletics."
* September 6. Look Ahead to the 2006 Elections.
* September 6. NCAA Symposium "The Past, Present and Future of College Athletics."
* September 12. Statistics in the Debate on Affirmative Action.
* September 14. Shrin Ebadi.
* September 19. Fall Convocation.
* September 19. Law School Dedication.
* September 20. "A Higher Ambition: The Healing Art of Henri Matisse and Anselm Kiefer."
* September 21. Voices of Discovery - Biodiversity on the Edge: How Real is the 2010 Target?
* September 25. "Walking Toward the Sunset."
* September 26. "Mountains Beyond Mountains."
* September 29. "Nine Crazy Ideas in Science: A Few Might Even Be True."
* October 4-10. "Blues for an Alabama Sky."
* October 5. "Trade Women and the Flower Industry and Labor Reforms."
* October 5. "In the Midst of the Movement: The South, the Press, and Civil Rights."
* October 5. "Why Ethics is Important to Business Today."
* October 8. "Three Hundred Children, One Grandfather, and One Blind Boy."
* October 9. "Why I am a Muslim."
* October 9. Zapatista Communities of Chiapa, Mexico.
* October 10-11. Crasdant.
* October 11. "Historical Consciousness: Giving Voice to Social and Political Activism in Modern American Fiction."
* October 12. "Reading the Body on the Cross: Queer Theologies of the Crucifixion."
* October 23. Annual Sigma Tau Delta Lecture.
* October 23. "Limited Freedoms: Art in Shanghai in the 1990s."
* October 25. "Why I am a Muslim."
* October 30. Legends of Business Series
* November 3. Exonerated Death Row Inmate Juan Melendez.
* November 6. "Science and Humanities: Writing an Interdisciplinary Book on Advanced Breast Cancer."
* November 6. Voices of Discovery - The Shuttle's Return to Flight Following the Columbia Disaster .
* November 8. "A Holocaust Survivor's Memoir."
* November 9. "Outside the Ark."
* November 9. "Playing Unfair: Women in Sports, Title IX, and the Depiction of Female Athletes in Popular Culture."
* November 10. Judge Glenda A. Hatchett.
* November 13. "Top Ten Reasons Employers and Managers End Up in Court."
* November 14. "Using Microanalysis to find an early marker for autism: A post-hoc experiment with triplets."
* November 16. "Writing Vietnam."
* November 29. "Careers in Biotechnology: Too Many Good Jobs! Too Few Qualified People!"
* November 30. "Life Rolls On Foundation."
* January 10. Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Program.
* January 22. Katrina Survivor.
February 1, 2007-May 31, 2007.
* February 1. David Edgar.
* February 8. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Returning Soldiers From Iraq.
* February 11. "Humans as Creators: Stewardship in a Rapidly Evolving World."
* February 12. NC Teacher of the Year Speech.
* February 13. The Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture.
* February 15. "Female Chauvinist Pigs."
* February 15. "Preparing to Serve Minority Populations."
* February 16. Southern Historians of the Piedmont.
* February 18-19. Michela Musolino.
* February 19. "Can I Kiss You."
* February 20. "Myth, Geography, and Nationalism in Cambodia."
* February 21. "Born into Brothels."
* February 22. "Thomas Jefferson and the Idea of Racial Difference."
* February 27. Question and Answer with author Frances O'Roark Dowell.
* March 1. "Sons and Daughters of Abraham."
* March 1. "Ethiopian Contemporary Art: Icons of the Past, Images of the Present."
* March 5. Business and Integrity Panel Discussion.
* March 6. Bob Edwards Speaks.
* March 6. "Education in Ghana."
* March 6. "Guatemala: The Country of Eternal Spring."
* March 6. "Haiti's Best Kept Secrets."
* March 7. "The Science of Protecting the Nation's Critical Infrastructure."
* March 7. "From Over-Achievas to Singing Drag Divas: How Four Men Fashioned a Creative, Political and Glamorous Career in a Highly Unqueer World."
* March 7. "An Iraqi's Perspective on War."
* March 8. Panel Discussion on Abrahamic Traditions.
* March 8. "The Chernobyl Disaster: A Lesson to Learn."
* March 12. Isabella Cannon Distinguished Visiting Professor of Leadership Lecture.
* March 13. "Decoding Your Discipline: Learning to Translate the Demands of Your Courses for Students."
* March 13. Readings by Jim McKean
* March 22. North Carolina Association of International Educators Conference.
* March 26. "Fighting the Good Fight: Comparative Models of Women's Activism."
* March 26. "Street Fight."
* March 27. Former LabCorp CEO Speaks.
* March 30. "Effectively Using the Visual Resources from An Inconvenient Truth."
* April 2. "Medical Discoveries and Innovation in the 20th Century."
* April 3. "Perspectives on the Global Energy Industry."
* April 4. "Domino's Pizza: The Story of a True Entrepreneur."
* April 5. "Pride and Plaid: Celtic Revival in North Carolina Funerary Monuments."
* April 8. Elon University's Distinguished Scholar."
* April 10. Al Staggs Clarence Jordan and the God Movement.
* April 10. Of Moon Men, Media, and What we Believe.
* April 11. Making Peace.
* April 12. Spring Convocation.
* April 12. "Finding the Sublime in the Commonplace: The Tao Of Wisdom."
* April 12. "Companions on the Journey."
* April 16. A Beautiful Memory.
* April 17. Readings by Michael Parker.
* May 2. Dialogue with Superintendent of the Alamance-Burlington Schools.
* May 2. "Global HIV/AIDS Crisis: Learning into the Challenge in Ways that Make a Difference."
* May 3. "A Conversation with Jim Powell."
* May 17. "Teaching the Science of Climate Change."
June 1, 2007-December 31, 2007.
* July 26. Men's Health Issues.
* August 8. Special Events.
* August 14. National Expert on College Student Alcohol Use.
* Various. Voices of Discovery.
* September 5-6. "Good People Getting into Serious Trouble - How it Can Happen and Destroy Your Life."
* September 7. Fitness Expert.
* September 9. "Spirituality in Islam."
* September 12. "Rebuilding Green, Printing T-Shirts For Good."
* September 12. Sustainability.
* September 13. "The Other Side of Middletown: Building Bridges Between Universities and Local Communities through Collaborative Ethnography."
* September 20. The Political Argument Today.
* September 26. "Publicity and Propaganda in 1930s: Modernism as Method."
* September 20. The Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture.
* September 20. George Will's Q and A.
* September 24. "Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Understanding Global Change through the Costa Rican Experience."
* September 24. "Elegy: Reflections on Life after Virginia Tech."
* September 26. Publicity and Propaganda in 1930s Japan: Modernism as Method.
* September 27. "When Do We Know It's Discrimination? Gender, Skin Color, and Wages."
* September 28. Apollo 11 Astronaut.
* September 28. Take Flight with Buzz Aldrin.
* October 2. "Hothouse kids: The Dilemma of the Gifted Child."
* October 4. Dell Executive, and Elon Alum.
* October 8. Former N.C. Chief Justice.
* October 9. Poetry Reading.
* October 10. "Rock and Roll is Dead and We Just Don't Know It Yet."
* October 10. Displaced in Colombia: The Impacts of U.S. Policy.
* October 17. Actress Visits Elon (Olympia Dukakis).
* October 18. "The Struggle for the Supreme Court."
* October 18. "Holy Wars and Unholy Art: Images of the Muslim on Christian Churches."
* October 18. The Inaugural Sandra Day O'Connor Lecture.
* October 19. "Evolution's Rainbow."
* October 22. Peace Corps.
* October 22. Eugene Kaplan Sensuous Seas: Tales of a Marine Biologist.
* October 24. "Confessions of a Recruiting Director: The Insider's Guide to Landing a Job."
* October 30. "Godspeed: Racing is My Religion."
* November 5. Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series.
* November 5. Speaker on Health Issues.
* November 5. "Health Disparities: A Global Change."
* November 6. Breast Cancer Recurrence.
* November 7. Nonviolence and Terrorism.
* November 8. Federal Official.
* December 1. Prominent AIDS Activist.
January 1, 2008-May 31, 2008.
* January 16. "All That It Takes Is All That You've Got and All that You've Got Is All That It Takes."
* February 9. Diversity Day.
* February 18. Science is Fun!
* February 18. Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy.
* February 19. Averting Climate Catastrophe: Power Plant of clean Energy? Who decides?
* February 20. Fair Trade Symposium.
* February 20. The Immigration Debate.
* February 20. Bonnie McElveen-Hunter..
* February 21. Panel Discussion on Fair Trade and N.C. Textile Industry.
* February 21. Tony Walton.
* February 21. Climate Change.
* February 22. Benny McGee.
* February 25. The Melungeons of East Tennessee.
* February 26. Africa on Edge.
* February 26. Iron Tree Blooming.
* February 27. The Joy of Service.
* February 27. The Power of Engaged Learning.
* February 28. Fred Smith.
* March 3. "Contemporary Art and Contemporaneity."
* March 3. "Coffee and Conversation."
* March 3. The Ground Truth Documentary.
* March 4. Guest Reading.
* March 4. "The Costs of War: The U.S."
* March 5. "The Costs of War: Iraq."
* March 6. "Personal Journeys: A Community Conversations on the Costs of War"
* March 7. Jim Melvin.
* March 11. "Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Culture"
* March 12. "Slavery and the Making of America."
* March 12. Career Planning: Life Stages.
* March 17. Farmers First Began Altering Global Climate Thousands (not Hundreds) of Years Ago.
* March 17. Follow-up to Sweatshop/Fair Trade Symposium.
* March 18. Iron Tree Blooming.
* March 19. Civil Liberties.
* March 20. Sunshine Day.
* March 20. Howard Coble.
* March 31. Green Dreaming: Environmental Visions after the Emergency.
* April 1. Bill Gradison.
* April 1. "Cambodia: Fragile Hopes After the Killing Fields."
* April 1. "Lessons Learned: Women, the Academy and Social Change, 1988-2008."
* April 2. "Roman Landscape, Abbasid MannerS: Negotiating suburban villa culture in 10th century Spain."
* April 2. Jim Neal.
* April 3. Richard Morgan.
* April 8. But What is Neorealism?
* April 9. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet.
* April 14. "The Future without a past: the Humanities in a Technological Age."
* April 17. Citizen Service: to Crack the Atom of Civic Power.
* April 22. "What is Moral Theory About?"
* April 23. George Singleton.
* April 24. N.C. Senate Leader.
* April 24. "From the Throne of Moses to the Chair of Ali: Intersections of Jewish Christianity and Islam in Late Antique Iraq."
* April 24. "The Changing Culture of American Baseball."
* April 26. "Reclaiming Democracy: A Conference as Community Conversation."
* April 26. An Evening of Humor.
* April 29. 2008 Presidential Race.
* April 29. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series.
* April 30. Holocaust Remembrance Day.
* May 1. Mike Adams.
* May 4. Local Candidates Discuss Education.
* May 19. Department of Accounting and Finance 3rd Annual Spring Continuing Professional Education Seminar.
June 1, 2008-December 31, 2008.
* September 8. Looking Ahead to the 2008 Elections.
* September 9. "Our Energy Future: Trade-offs and Choices."
* September 9. An Engaging Look at Nature and Why It's Worth Protecting!
* September 19. One Voice: Panel Discussion with Israeli and Palestinian Youth Activists
* September 22. "The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court."
* September 23. Joy and Justice: An Invitation to the Young to Serve the Children of the Poor: Common Reading Lecture.
* September 23. "Pink."
* September 24. "Lessons in Leadership from 30 years in the Eye of the Telecom Hurricane."
* September 24. US Policy in Iraq and the Middle East: Challenges for the Next Administration.
* September 29. "Between the Lines: Politics, Media and Society."
* October 6. Science is Fun, Voices of Discovery Science Speaker Series.
* October 6. Global Text Project.
* October 7. "A Matter of Class: Art Collecting and Class Identity in an American Manufacturing City in the Early 20th Century."
* October 13. Roots of Migration.
* October 13. Poetry Reading.
* October 15. The Economic Crisis.
* October 15. Experiences in Iraq.
* October 22. For God's Sake: Caring for Creation.
* October 23. Leadership and History You Don't Know: Fall Convocation, Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture.
* October 23. Poetry Reading.
*October 23. Poetry Reading.
* October 24. Neuroscience Workshop.
* October 27. "Invisible Slavery Today."
* October 28. Race Relations in America.
* October 29. Community Needs Assessment.
* October 29. "Who Really Gets Left Behind?"
* October 29. "Inside The Onion: Satire and the Political Process."
* October 30. Science That Matters: A Nonpartisan Look at the Science Relevant to the 2008 Presidential Election.
* November 5. "Principled Leadership."
* November 6. "Spirit and Synapse: Did God Create the Brain, or Did the Brain Create God?"
* November 6. "The Global Voyage of American Constitutionalism: The Influence of the American Constitutional Experience in Other Lands."
* November 10. Sustainable Chemistries: Environmentally Advanced and Economically Viable!
* November 12. Fiction Reading.
* November 12. Democracy and Education.
* November 21. Death Penalty Symposium.
January 1, 2009-May 31, 2009.
* January 6. Journalism Talk with "60 minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl.
* January 14. MLK Reflection.
* January 14."Believing in the Dream: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King's Legacy."
* January 16. The Obama Presidency Panel Discussion.
* January 21. Business Case Lecture.
* January 22, 23, 25. Winter Term Emerging Futures Forum.
* February 3. Bryan Leadership Lecture: "How to change the world with your bare hands."
* February 5. What can the new administration do to affect global warming?
* February 7. Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession.
* February 10. Entrepreneurship Speakers Series.
* February 12. "Managing a public company during the current economic downturn."
* February 15. "Alamance: A County at War."
* February 16. Civic Leadership.
* February 18. Voices of Discovery: Impact of Climate Change on Coral Reefs.
* February 19. "Perspectives on Islam and Homosexuality."
* February 24, 26. Love Your Body Week.
* February 24. "Global Supply Chain Issues."
* February 24. "Leadership, a Presidential Perspective."
* February 25. "Leadership For Your Life."
* February 25. "Building Bridges: Connecting with Students and Forming Positive Relationships."
* February 26. "Restoring America's Credibility: Human Rights Challenges Facing the Obama Administration."
* February 26. Blacks in Institutions of Higher Learning.
* March 2. Voices of Discovery: The Aging Brain and Mind - Use it or Lose It.
* March 3. "What's the Matter with Pilgrimage Studies?"
* March 4. Triad Economic Future.
* March 9. Finding God in the Low Post, or Surviving Journalism with Faith.
* March 10. Anti-Sexist Male Activism.
* March 10."China: Friend or Enemy?"
* March 16. Innocent, Freed Death Row Inmate.
* March 17. "Writing in the Margins."
* March 17. Dialogue on Morality and Business.
* March 30. Health Matters…From the A's to the Z's.
* March 31. Convocation for Honors with the Honorable Madeleine Albright (former US Secretary of State).
* April 1. "The Extravagant Universe."
* April 1-2. Jazz Music.
* April 2. "A View from the Underside: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer."
* April 6. 2008 Distinguished Scholar Presentation: Academic Research: Selfish or Selfless?
* April 6. Stories from the Field: Global Public Health in Action.
* April 7. A 360 Look at World Events.
* April 8. Fireside Chat.
* April 9. "Managing for Creativity: Attracting and Retaining Knowledge Workers."
* April 15. It's All Done With Mirrors.
* April 15. One Earth. One Chance. One Challenge.
* April 16. Education and Utopia.
* April 16. "Religious Studies at the Crossroads."
* April 16. Poetry Reading.
* April 17. James P. Elder Lecture: "Citizen Service: To Crack the Atom of Civic Power."
* April 18. Building Communities: Alamance County Speaks about Immigration.
* April 23. The Soul of the University.
* April 29. "Valued Voices."
* May 4. "Mice are Little People Too!"
* May 12. 287(g) in Alamance County and Avalon: A Refugee Community in Greensboro.
June 1, 2009-December 31, 2009.
* July 22. Support for Nonprofits.
* September 11. "Current UK-USA Legal and Political Relations during the rise of Globalization."
* September 16. Voices of Discovery Speaker: "Human Impacts on Global Nitrogen: The Next Big Problem?"
* September 16. Relations between Afghanistan and the US Government.
* September 22. Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture: "Poems Old and New."
* September 28. C. Ashton Newhall Lecture Series: The Accidental Entrepreneur - Transition from Corporate to Entrepreneurship.
* September 30. Fall speaker on Afghanistan.
* October 6. Poetry Reading.
* October 8. "Difficult Dialogues: Comparing Experiences."
* October 12. Impacts of Free Trade and CAFTA in Nicaragua.
* October 13. Elon University Fall Convocation, the Elon Common Reading Program.
* October 26. "India's Modern Antiquity: An Unreadable Text, a New Ruin, and the Question of Modernity after 1947."
* October 28. Fall speaker on Afghanistan.
* October 29. Careers and Graduate School in Political Science and International Studies: Life after Elon.
* October 29. Choosing Judges in North Carolina: Election or Selection?
* October 30. "Sustainability in Business - The Green Economy is Coming!"
* November 3. Fiction Reading.
* November 5. "Poverty in India" Panel Discussion.
* November 5. Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Series.
* November 9. Discerning the influence of Nanomaterials in Our World.
* November 9. Voices of Discovery Speaker: "Environmental Nanotechnology: Discerning the Influence on Nanomaterials on Our World."
* November 12. Poetry Reading.
* November 17. Bias and Belief: Can there be Objectivity by the Middle East?
* November 18. "Israeli Culture and Israeli Film."
* November 18. "Under the Overpass."
January 1, 2010-May 31, 2010.
* January 7 and 19. "Leadership in Challenging Times" and "Why Women Should Rule the World."
* January 12 - 18. Martin Luther King Jr. Beloved Community Celebration.
* February 8. Brant Schuller, Reception and Artist Talk.
* February 15, 20, 21, 28. Film Screenings: February 15 Burma VJ, reporting from a closed country; Remnants of War screening and talk, February 20; The greatest silence: Rape in the Congo, February 21; Crude, February 28
* February 15. Michele Morano, Nonfiction Reading.
* February 20. Human Rights through Photography, Filmmaking and Public Relations.
* February 22 and 23. Music and Art as Voice of the African Diaspora.
* February 23. Supply Chain Management Panel.
* February 24. Khaled Mattawa, Poetry Reading.
* February 24. "Diverse Perspectives in a Global Community."
* March 3. Art and Technology in the Classical World.
* March 4. Legends of Business Speaker.
* March 8. Voices of Discovery series: "Finding your Inner Fish."
* March 9. "The Federal Budget - Making National Choices."
* March 10. Teaching for Social Justice.
* March 11. Business Ethics Speaker.
* March 15. Student Entrepreneurial Enterprise Development.
* March 16. Sara Evans Lunch-time Discussion.
* March 16. Sunshine Day: "Investigative Journalism and Access to Information: How the Law Helps or Hurts the Cause of the Watchdog Press."
* March 16. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series: Nina Totenberg.
* March 17. From Civil Rights to Hip Hop: The Power of Young People.
* March 17. Aimee Bender Reads.
* March 31. "Fighting for Life in the Death-Belt."
* March 31. China's Hermit Tradition and the Beginning of Zen.
* March 31. Imagine If: What the World Needs.
* April 12. Fiction Reading.
* April 12. Diversity.
* April 13. Elon University Convocation for Honors with Nicholas Kristof.
* April 13. Lunch n' Learn: The German Response to the Holocaust, Truitt Center Conference Room.
* April 13. Words from a Survivor: Gizella Abramsom.
* April 15. "George Washington, The American Aeneas: Classics and the Founding of America."
* April 15. "When the World Becomes Female: Religious Festival in South India."
* April 22. "The Story of Stuff."
* April 23. "Ethnicity and Modernism."
June 1, 2010-December 31, 2010.
* July 8. "Poetry Slam."
* September 14. Julie Overbaugh, "Tackling HIV Transmission Through Interdisciplinary and International Collaborations."
* September 15. The Trashing of Margaret Mead: How Derek Freeman Fooled us all with an Alleged Hoax.
* September 27. Andrew Jackson and the Art of Leadership: Old Hickory in the New Century.
* September 28. The Value of Nothing.
* October 8. 9th Annual Elon University Fall Environmental Forum: A River Runs Through Us - Stewardship of our Water.
* October 12. Fall Convocation with Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan, 2001-2008.
* October 13. Daira Quinones.
* October 14. Bryon Hurt.
* October 25. OUT THERE: Images that Matter.
* October 26. Jill McCorkle.
* October 27. Tarheel Talk.
* November 3. Building Peace: Lessons from the Rwandan Genocide.
* November 8. Adrian Blevins.
* November 8. Craig R. Smith, "A Novel, Cost-effective Method for Producing Ethanol from Carbon Dioxide in Hybrid Algae."
* November 11. Lillian Ball.
* November 12. Equality, Difference, and Power in Women's Intercollegiate Sports in the 1970s.
* November 17. Will Read for Food.
* November 18. Violence, Security, and Democracy: Can Mexico Win Its War on Drugs?
* November 22. Holocaust-Era Art Theft and Restitution.
* November 30. Going Green from the Ground Up.
January 1, 2011-May 31, 2011.
* February 21. Diversity and Institutional Change.
* February 22. Business Ethics in the Real World: A Cautionary Tale.
* February 22. Leadership Lessons from the Sidelines and Aisles of Congress.
* February 25. Commedia dell'Arte.
* March 1. "A Fire in My Belly" and Other So-Called Dirty Work in the Art of David Wojnarowicz.
* March 2. Friendship and the Gospel of John: Love as a Christian Practice.
* March 3. Enacting a Rhetoric of Becoming: Asian American Rhetoric in Action.
* March 10. Luke Johnson.
* March 14. Raj Ananthanpillai.
* March 14. The Pleasure and Displeasure People Feel When They Exercise: Theory Development, Neural Basis, and Motivational Implications.
* March 15. Integrating Movement in the Classroom: Implications for Cognitive Function, Academic Engagement, and Physical Activity.
* March 16. Jay H. Sanders, "Telemedicine: Where We Are and Where We Need to Be."
* March 16. White Privilege: Don't Blame Me!
* March 17. PREPOSTEROUS PROPOSITIONS: Report from the Frontier of Contemporary Art.
* March 29. Animal Acts: Richard McLean's Equine Paintings.
* March 29. Privilege meets Affirmative Action: Supremacy Reinvented?
* March 31. "Reform 2.0: The Battle over the Future of American Health Care."
* April 5. History, Key Events, and Trends in Student Affairs.
* April 6. Michael Chitwood.
* April 7. Gathering of the Community: Follow up from Tim Wise's Address.
* April 7. But Words Will Never Hurt Me? Critiquing Media Messages about Sex, Gender, and Brain Differences.
* April 11. Exercise is Medicine: Exercise Interventions in Latino Populations.
* April 12. Pilgrimage on the Silk Road: Revitalizing Mind, Body, and Pocketbook.
* April 12. Suffering and Sensation.
* April 13. RTI: Response to Intervention.
* April 15. Injury Prevention is Public Health.
* April 18. The Long-term Civic Impact of Youth Activism: The Curious Contrast between Freedom Summer and Teach for America.
* April 19. Rethinking the Domestic, Rethinking the Carnal: Rethinking Women.
* April 20. Diet for a Hot Planet.
June 1,-December 31, 2011.
* September 15. Justice at the Intersection of Law and Politics.
* September 21. Cindy L. Van Dover, "Gold Rush: Discovery of Gold Deposits in the Deep Sea and the Extraordinary Animals that Live on Them."
* September 27. Hands and Temperaments: Art History and the Early Medieval Artist.
* October 10. Dorianne Laux, Guest Reading.
* October 11. 2011 Fall Convocation.
* October 12. John Henry González.
* October 13. Two Studies of Francis Bacon and the Male Body.
* October 24. Righting Biography: Race, Religion, and the Internet in the Revision of American Art History.
* October 24. Tony Hoagland, Guest Reading.
* October 27. Azouz Begag and Alec Hargreaves, "Contemporary France, Changing France."
* November 1. The First World War as Global Revolution.
* November 7. Andrew B. Schwartz, "The Power of Neuronal Populations."
* November 8. Ripples to Waves: How Women's Movements are Leading Change Across the Globe.
* November 10. Updating the Oxford English Dictionary.
* November 14. The Real Religious.
January 1, 2012-May 31, 2012.
* February 9. Project GLOBE and What Came After, or How I Learned to Love Cross-Cultural Leadership Research.
* February 15. H. Shelton Smith Lecture on Religion and Society.
* February 16. H. Shelton Smith Lecture on Religion and Society.
* February 17. 2011 Mrs. Black NC.
* February 17. Art History @ Elon Symposium.
* February 20. Writing/Science, Science/Writing: Tales from the Field.
* February 21. Body Outlaws: How to Love Your Body Through Thick and Thin.
* February 22. Business Not as Usual: Planetary Sustainability and Consciousness--an Enterprise of Life.
* February 29. Can Europe Cut Its Way into Growth? The Austerity Question.
* March 5. The Continual Search for an Audience: Arnold Schoenberg and Media.
* March 5. Passion--The Key to Great Leadership.
* March 6. Second Language Education: Problems and Challenges in Modern Educational Environment.
* March 7. Reality Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning from the Student's Perspective.
* March 7. Humanitarian Military Intervention: Strategy, Morality and Saving Lives.
* March 9. Supporting Second Language Learners in the Classroom.
* March 12. David M. Eagleman, "Incognito: The Brains Behind the Mind."
* March 30. Future of German-American Business Relations.
* April 5. Permanent Vacations: Twenty Writers on Work and Life in our National Parks.
* April 10. Poetry Reading.
* April 12. Buddhist Socialism in Japan: Thoughts on a Buddhist Monk and Martyr.
* April 16. The Invisible Revolution: Remaking Telecoms in the Image of the Internet.
* April 17. In Defense of Big Words: Intersubjectivity and Scholarship.
* April 17. 7 Pillars of Good Health.
* April 18. Faculty/Staff Colloquium for Scholarship in Diversity Issues.
* April 19. Negotiations is not a Competitive Sport.
* April 19. No Impact Man: The Adventures of a Guilty Liberal Who Attempts to Save the Planet, and the Discoveries He Makes About Himself and our Way of Life Along the Way.
* April 20. A Geography of Addiction: Tobacco, Jefferson and the "Founding Farmers."
* April 20. Informative Talk: Pride and Prejudice.
June 1, 2012-December 31, 2012.
* September 12. Robert T. Deacon, "Enhancing the Wealth of Our Oceans: New Approaches to Marine Management."
* September 14. Business German Speaker Series Lecture.
* September 14. "Rising to the Challenge of Stereotype Threat."
* September 17. "Constitutional Values, Citizenship, Hard Questions, and Civil Discourse."
* September 19. "Religion, Revelation, Politics: Listening to God's Voice in the Public Square."
* September 20-21. Elon University Fall Environmental Forum.
* September 20. Middle East Studies Roundtable Discussion.
* September 27. "Challenges to Democracy: The Millennial Generation."
* October 2. "Queer Before Stonewall: Art, Eros, and the Sixties."
* October 3. "What is the Price of Democracy?"
* October 9. "An Evening with Van Jordan" (Poetry Reading).
* October 10. "Religion in the 2012 Presidential Election: National and Local Perspectives."
* October 10. "The Other Dreamers: The Struggle for Education and Work in Mexico for Deported and Returned Youth."
* October 17. "Still Dreaming: Understanding the Deferred Immigration Program."
* October 26. "Gender and the Politics of Sacrifice: Britain and the Colonial Empire in the Age of World War I."
* October 26. "Taking Judaism Public: What Traditional Wisdom Can Teach America."
* October 29. "Why We Believe What We Believe."
* November 5. Marie Davidian, "Personalized Medicine: The Right Treatment for the Right Patient."
* November 5. Business German Speaker Series Lecture.
* November 7. Maureen Dowd - "Fit to Print: Writing on Washington."
* November 7. "What Kind of Muslim Are You: Sectarianism and Religiosity in Islam."
* November 8. Sigma Tau Delta Lecture.
* November 8. "Engaging Religion and Spirituality on Campus."
* November 13. Tony Varallo.
* November 13. "A Jewish Perspective on War, Scripture, and Moral Accounting."
* November 12. Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture.
* November 12. "Of Law and Struggle: The Legal Life and Trial of Nelson Mandela."
January 1, 2013-May 31, 2013.
* January 7. Shawn Tucker, "Reasonable People Can Disagree: Race, Power and Laughter."
* January 11. Alan Liotta - "Military Commissions in the War Against al-Qa'ida: The Challenges of Delivering Justice During Active Combat."
* January 14. Stephen Franklin.
* January 16. Dale P. Andrews, "His Past. Your Future. One Dream."
* January 24. Presentations by Students in WT class "To Boldly Belong: Space Exploration and Environmental Stewardship."
* February 18. Shayna Plaut, "The Unfolding Story of Human Rights Reporting: Tensions, Strategies and Next Steps."
* February 19-23. Appalachian Symposium 2013.
* February 20. Billy Stevens, "Sincere Forms of Flatter: Blacks, Whites, and American Popular Music."
* February 25. Elon Faculty Panel, "Cultural Sustainability in Tibet? Religion, Art and Identity in the 21st Century."
* February 26. Courtnay Micots, "Architectural Displays of Prestige and Resistance in Colonial Ghana."
* March 6. Burkhard Nagel, Business German Speaker Series.
* March 7. Jill Lepore, "The Mansion of Happiness: A History of LIfe and Death."
* March 11. Christian Jobin, "How Much Should You Know About Your Intestinal Microbes?"
* March 13. Bryce Lane, "Creating a Community for All Seasons."
* March 18. Elon Women Leaders in STEM.
* March 20. Angela Owusu-Ansah, "Using Hofstede's Dimensions and Hollin's Structured Dialogue to Develop Cultural Conduits."
* April 3. Bill Gentry, "Five O'clock Shadows, Sighs, and Seinfeld: What Leaders can Learn from Nonverbal Communication Blunders in Political Debates and Television."
* April 4. John Mauceri.
* April 5. Freeman Hrabowski, "Diversity, Liberal Arts, and the 21st Century University."
* April 8. Olivier Magny, Stuff Parisians Like.
* April 9. Edward L. Ayers - "What is Academia, Anyway?"
* April 9. John Thatamanil, "The Promise of Religious Diversity:" Dialogue after Religion."
* April 11. Bill Hart-Davidson, "Gigital Humanities:: Rhetoric_And_Writing a Vision of Digial Humanities as Engaged Scholarship."
* April 11. Stuart Eizenstat, "The Future of the Jews: How Global Forces are Impacting the Jewish People, Israel, and Its Relationship with the United States."
* April 11. Cynthia Lowen, "Not Just Kids: Bullying from the Playground to the Workplace and Beyond."
* April 12. Susane Leguizamon, "Education, Race and Revealed Attitudes Towards Homosexual Couples."
* April 12. Robert Darden, "Nothing But Love in God's Water: The Influence of Black Sacred Music on the Civil Rights Movement."
* April 15. Jess Dugan, Transcendence.
* April 17. Chris Ramey, Revson Series.
* April 17. Caroly Beard Whitlow, When the Wind Stills.
* April 18. Mark Johnson, "A Morality Fit for Humans: Moral Understanding from the Perpsective of Cognitive Science."
* April 18. Dan Curley, "When Titans Clash! Ray Harryhausen's Metamorphic Art."
* April 22. Hunter Lovins.
* April 24. "How the Cris in Syria Will End."
* May 1. Mark Brewin, Scrap Iron.
* May 7. Hudson Taylor, "Allyship: Becoming a Champion for Inclusion on Your Campus."
* May 8. Scott Simmonds, Revison Series.
June 1, 2013-December 31, 2013.
* September 11. "Crisis in Syria: Prospects and Perspectives" Panel Discussion.
* September 17. Conor Grennan, Common Reading Lecture.
* September 17. Chris Nowinski.
* Septemer 19. Colonel Paul Lockhart.
* September 20-21. South Atlantic States Association for Asian and African Studies Annual Meeting.
* September 25. Taylor Branch (Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture).
* September 26. "The Value of the Liberal Arts" Panel Discussion.
* October 1. Manuel Gomez, "Free Speech and Critical Thinking: Whay Academic Freedom is Critical to Democracy."
* October 2. Turnage Workshops and Public Lecture by Peter Levine, "We aer the Ones We Have Been Waiting For: Civic Renewal in America."
* October 3. Fall Convocation with Steve Wozniak.
* October 8. Panel Discussion, "Governing by Crisis - Shutdowns, Defaults, and Politics at the 11th Hour."
* October 7. Charles Kimball, "Letha Religion: Negotiating the Volatile Mix of Religion and Politics Today" (H. Shelton Smith Lecture).
* October 10. Asa Mittman, "Are the Monstrous Races 'Races': Representing Difference in Medieval Art" (Art History Speaker Series).
* October 22. Michael Shermer, "Why People Believe Weird Things."
* October 23. Shiho Fukada, "Japan's Disposable Workers."
* October 24. FERPA Panel Discussion.
* October 29. Joseph Millar.
* November 4. Marc Moser(Business German Speaker Series)
* November 4. Community Connections Conversation: Health Care.
* November 4. Kenneth W. Warren, "What Was African American Literature?"
* November 6. Paul Murphy, "Finding a Link Between Shooting at Queen Victoria and Today's Mass Killings."
* November 12. Jessica Francis Kane.
* November 12. "Redefining Discussion: How Should We Talk about Controversial Issues?" Panel.
* November 13. Anibal Perez, "Beyond Dollars and Pesos: The Real Cost of Lighting our Homes."
* November 13. Tim Chartier.
* November 18. Sean Carroll
* November 20. "Human Trafficking in America."
* November 22. "Restaveks: Modern Day Slavery in Haiti."
* December 9. Salim Munayer.
January 1, 2014-May 31, 2014
* January 14. Mauri' Saalakhan, "The Case of Dr. Aafia Siddiiqui: A Human Rights Presentation."
* January 21. Douglas Foster, "Making Good on the Promise: Generational Challenges in Post Apartheid South Africa."
* January 23. Patricia J. Williams, "The Eradication of Prejudice."
* January 28. GST 432 Open Discussion, "Can Homo Sapiens hope for a sustainable presence in the cosmos?"
* January 27. Community Connections discussion on poverty.
* February 6. Scott Proudfit, "Much Ado About Nothing."
* Februrary 19. Ryan Van Meter.
* March 3. Ed Felten, "TMI: Information, Identity, and Privacy."
* March 10. Hiram Maxim, "Re-visioning Writing as Textual Thinking."
* March 11. Erica Rand, "Hip Check: Queer Experiments in Looking and Writing."
* March 12. Ann Pancake.
* March 13. "Ukraine: Sovereignty and Freedom Contested, or How to Rekindle the Cold War?"
* March 13. Samuel Moyn, "How Did the Holocaust and Human Rights Intersect (and Was it a Good Thing)?"
* March 14. Ken Calhoun.
* March 17. David Wann, "Reprogramming the Software of Civilization: Five Interventions to Kick Over-production and Over-Consumption."
* March 18. Drew Perry.
* March 18. Gaugau Tavana, "Indigenous Knowledge and Scientific Discovery."
* March 20. Malinda Maynor Lowery, "Making Christianity Sing: The Origins and Experiences of Lumbee Indan and AFrican American Church Music."
* April 4. Nicole Winfield, Vatican Correpsondent for the Associated Press.
* April 7. Jill McCorkle, "Finding a Story: The Art of Showing AND Telling."
* April 8. Daniel Kent, "Buddhists at War: Thinking Karmically about Killing and Dying the 21st Century Sri Lanka."
* April 9. Adeel Zeb, "The Common Word: Why Christians and Muslims Should Be Friends."
* April 10. Bart D. Ehrman, "The Greatest Story Rarely Told: Biblical Scholars and the Discrepancies of Scripture."
* April 10. James Honan.
* April 16. Community Connections discussion on public education.
* April 17. Joe Liles.
* April 17. Sarah Preston, "Too Little Liberty? Reining in teh Surveillance State."
* April 22. Sandra Steingraber.
* April 28. Major General Sidney Shachnow, "One Man's Incredible Journey Against Considerable Odds."
* April 30. Deliberative Dialogue, "How can we strengthen the intellectual climate at Elon?"
* May 1. Todd Pearce (Business German Speaker Series).
* May 5. Susan Albertine, "Reimagining Writing: How to Prepare Graduates for the Lives They Will Really Lead."
* May 12. Ken Hassell, "Self-Reflection As Re-Search."
Cabinet 3, Drawer 1. Oversize flat file cabinet.June 1, 1986-May 31, 2014.
19 folders.
June 1, 1986-May 31, 1987.
* March 13. Nostradamus and the Anatomy of Rumor.
June 1, 2005-May 31, 2006.
* February 21. "The Idea of a University Revisited."
* March 7. Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy.
* March 13. Planet Simpson.
* April 13. Diagnosing Pictures: The Science of Looking in Late Nineteenth Century America.
2005-2006.
* March 1. Phytochemicals: Plant Sex, Drugs, and Insect Rock and Roll.
June 1, 2006-January 31, 2007.
* September 6. "The Past, Present and Future of College Athletics."
* October 11. Historical Consciousness: Giving Voice to Social and Political Activism in Modern American Literature.
* November 6. The Shuttle's Return to Flight Following the Columbia Disaster.
February-May 2007.
* February 13. "Was I Teaching or was I Learning? I'd Say Both."
* March 7. The Science of Protecting the Nation's Critical Infrastructure.
* March 12. Leadership in the Twenty-First Century.
* Of Moon Men, Media, and What We Believe.
* April 8. Al Staggs, Clarence Jordan and the God Movement.
* April 11. "Making Peace."
June-December 2007.
* September 20. The Political Argument Today.
* September 24. Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Understanding Global Change Through the Costa Rican Experience.
* September 26. "Publicity and Propaganda in 1930's Japan: Modernism as Method."
* October 22. Sensuous Seas: Tales of a Marine Biologist.
*November 5. Health Disparities: A Global Challenge.
January-May, 2008.
* February 18. Science is Fun!
* February 20. The Immigration Debate.
* February 27. The Joy of Service.
* March 17. Farmers First Began Altering Global Climate Thousands (not Hundreds) of Years Ago.
* April 17. Citizen Service: To Crack the Atom of Civic Power.
June-December, 2008.
* September 10. An Engaging Look at Nature(and Why It's Worth Protecting!)
* September 23. Joy and Justice: An Invitation to the Young to Serve the Children of the Poor.
* October 6. Science is Fun.
* October 22. For God's Sake: Caring for Creation.
* October 23. Leadership and History You Don't Know.
January 1-May 31, 2009.
* February 18. The Impact of Climate Change on Coral Reefs.
* February 19. Perspectives on Islam and Homosexuality.
* March 9. Finding God in the Low Post, or Surviving Journalism with Faith.
* March 17. Writing in the Margins.
* March 30. Health Matters...from the A's to the ZZZ's.
* Convocation for Honors with the Honorable Madeleine Albright.
* April 7. A 360-Degree Look at World Events.
* April 15. It's All Done with Mirrors.
* April 15. One Earth. One Chance. One Challenge.
* April 16. Education and Utopia.
* April 23. The Soul of the University.
June 1, 2009-December 31, 2009.
* September 16. Human Impacts on Global Nitrogen: The Next Big Problem.
* October 13. Elon University Fall Convocation: The Elon Common Readin Program.
* November 9. Environmental Nanotechnology: Discerning the Influence of Nanomaterials on Our World.
January 1, 2010-May 31, 2010.
* January 12-18. His Past. Your Future. One Dream.
* February 8. Brant Schuller: Reception and Artist Talk.
* February 15, 20, 21, 28. Film Screenings: Burma VJ, Remnants of War, The Greatest Silence, Crude.
* March 31. China's Hermit Tradition and the Beginning of Zen.
* March 31. Imagine If: What the World Needs.
* April 13. Elon University Convocation for Honors with Nicholas Kristof.
June 1, 2010-December 31, 2010.
* September 14. Tackling HIV Transmission through Interdisciplinary and International Collaborations.
* September 27. Andrew Jackson and the Art of Leadership: Old Hickory in a New Century.
* October 12. Fall Convocation with Pervez Musharraf.
* October 25. Out There: Images That Matter.
* November 17. Will Read for Food.
* November 18. Violence, Security and Democracy: Can Mexico Win Its War on Drugs?
January 1, 2011-May 31, 2011.
* April 18. "The Long-term Civic Impact of YOuth Activism: The Curious Contrast between Freedom Summer and Teach for America."
June 1, 2011-December 31, 2011.
* September 21. Gold Deposits in the Deep Sea and the Extraordinary Animals that Live on Them.
* October 11. 2011 Fall Convocation and Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture with Dave Barry.
January 1, 2012-May 31, 2012.
* February 15. Will Read for Food.
* March 5. Judith Jamison - "Passion - The Key to Great Leadership."
* April 3. Convocation for Honors with Muhammad Yunus.
* April 5. E.J. Dionne - "Our Divided Political Heart: Barack Obama, The Tea Party, and the Battle for the American Idea."
June 1, 2012-December 31, 2012.
* September 24. Tom Montgomery Fate - "Cabin Fever: A Suburban Father's Search for the Wild."
* October 4. Fall Convocation: An Evening with Maya Angelou.
January 1, 2013-May 31, 2013.
* February 19. Jay Pharoah, Saturday Night Live Comedian.
* February 22-23. Intersect 2013: Leadership and Diveristy through Social Justice.
* March 7. Jill Lepore - "The Mansion of Happiness: A History of Life and Death."
* March 18. Ray Cashman - " Folklore on the Irish Border: A Voice from the Margins"
* April 9. Edward L. Ayers - "What is Academia, Anyway?"
* April 30. Sacred Space: The Promise for Peace and Understanding In Our World: A Multi-Faith Conversation.
June 1, 2013-December 31, 2013.
* September 17. Conor Grennan, Common Reading Lecture.
* October 3. Steve Wozniak, "Fostering Creativity and Innovation in a Technical Environment" (Fall Convocation).
* October 10. Asa Mittman, "Are the Monstrous Races 'Races'?: Representing difference in Medieval Art.
January 1, 2014-May 31, 2014.
* March 5. Sudhir Venkatesh, "Unusual Economy: Lessons from Inner City Life."
* April 7. Jill McCorkle, "Finding a Story: The Art of Showing AND Telling."
* April 15. Tom Mould, "The Art and Artifice of the Tales We Tell."
Cabinet 3, Drawer 2. Oversize flat file cabinet.Empty.
0 folders.