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The Foley Institute Fall 1996

Fall 1996

August 1

Forum:  “Northwest Environmental History Symposium” featuring over 25 speakers, Co-sponsored with WSU Department of History.

September 19

Evgenii Bovkun, Russian journalist, “The New Germany and the International Media”.

October 15

Terrel Carver, University of Bristol U.K., “He said/She said”: Interpreting the Clarence Thomas and Anita Hill Hearings”.

October 22

Anders Uhrskov, Political Scientist, Director, Denmark’s International Study Program, “The End of Work? Or Business as Usual?”.

October 23

Public Policy Symposium:  “How To Be A Better Consumer of Political News”Moderated by Fred Davis, syndicated columnist and the Lester Smith Distinguished Professor of Communications at WSU; featuring panelists, Joel Connelly, National Correspondent, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Chris Peck, Managing Editor, Spokesman Review, Lorena O’English, Legislative Director, Project Vote Smart; and Mark Trahant, Editor and Publisher, Moscow-Pullman Daily News.

October 30

Gregg Easterbrook, Journalist and Writer, “Sense and Nonsense About the Environment”.

December 5

Silvia Babus, National Defense University, “Political Transactions in the Former Soviet Republics of Central Asia”.