CSGE Presents Nyack Critical Reads: A Colloquium Series
The Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement will launch its events beginning this week.
The colloquium series, NYACK CRITICAL READS 2014, will be conducted on both the Manhattan campus at 2 Washington Street, Room 2130 and on the Rockland campus in Presidents Hall in Shuman Hall, 185 South Highland Ave in Nyack.
Speakers and the books they will present are:
Dr. Kevin Pinkham, Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
February 6 – Manhattan
February 12 – Rockland
Udo Middelmann, LL.M., Endangered Minds by Jane Healy and Being and Becoming Human by Willard Gaylin
March 6 – Manhattan
March 12 – Rockland
Dr. Lyndell O’Hara, The King Years: Historic Moments in the Civil Rights Movement by Taylor Branch
April 2 – Rockland
April 3 – Manhattan
Udo Middelmann, LL.M., The Testament of God by Bernard-Henri Levy
Arguing With God: A Jewish Tradition by Anson Laytner
April 16 – Rockland
April 17 – Manhattan
Details will be available soon about these and other events at www.nyack.edu/csge.
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