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Public Affairs Lectures ContinueThe Monday afternoon Public Affairs Lecture Series will continue through December. Scheduled for the remainder of November are, on November 19, retired ambassador David Passage of the U.S. foreign service, who will discuss “Columbia and the U.S.: Drug Wars and Insurgencies”; and, on November 26, Bruce Larson, political science, F-M, who will talk about problems of contemporary campaigns in “Election Woes? What to Do.”
Scheduled for two lectures during December is Neil Salzman, political science, F-M, who will explore “Disintegration and Integration,” concerning ethnic conflicts, separatist movements, internecine wars and crises in places like Biafra, Basque and Yugoslavia areas on December 3 and “The Rutted Road to Peace in the Middle East” on December 10.
Lectures are from 2:15 to 3:45 p.m. in Lenfell Hall, Mansion, Florham-Madison Campus. The series is free for staff, faculty and students; $70 for others. To register (required) call 973-966-1674.
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