The Coffee Klatch is an great opportunity for the intellectual engagement for all Elon students. Each semester, students gather after select campus events for coffee, dessert and stimulating conversation. Until there is a website to publicize these events, the Honors Progam wants to make sure interested students know about these opportunities. Below, please find the Spring 2014 Coffee Klatch schedule.
March 3: Edward Felten, "TMI: Information Identity, and Privacy" (Talk: McCrary Theater, 7:30; Coffee Klatch: Isabella Cannon Room)
March 5: Sudhir Venkatesh, "Unusual Economy Lesson from Inner City Life" (Talk: Whitley Auditorium, 7:30; Coffee Klatch: in West Parlor)
March 13: Samual Moyn, "How Did they Holocaust and Human Rights Intersect (and Was It a Good Thing)?" (Talk: Numen Lumen Pavilion, 7:30; Coffee Klatch: Numen Lumen Pavilion)
April 2: Earl Danieley, "A Conversation with President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley" (Talk: Alumni Gym, 3:30; Coffee Klatch:Ward Octagon)
April 15: Tom Mould, "The Art and Artifice of the Tales We Tell" (Talk: LaRose at 6:30; Coffee Klatch: Koury Business Center Room 145)
Both Turkey and Italy have been cultural crossroads for millennia. This Honors Fellows course open to first year students uses city and landscape as classroom, encouraging students to explore one of these two countries as a site of historical and religious significance and to investigate the contemporary relevance of the region to East and West. Read the recent student blogs for a glimpse into what past students have learned at sites such as the Hagia Sophia, ancient cisterns, the Grand Bazaar, Theodosian Walls, the ruins of Ephesus in Turkey, and St. Peters Basilica and the Vatican, the Roman Coliseum, The Valley of Temples in Sicily, and the canals of Venice in Italy.
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