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2004 University Symposium Schedule

October 27-28, 2003

Dr. Kamran Aghaie, a foremost authority on Islam, and Dr. Thomas Goutierre, expert on Afghanistan, will address this year's timely Symposium topic: "American Values and the World: Understanding and Misunderstanding."

Monday, October 27, 2003

9:00 - 11:50 am
Class visits
9:00 am
A235, Dr. Shirley M. Eoff
HIST 1301 US History to 1865 [Honors]
10:00 am
A213, Dr. Kenneth L. Stewart
SOC 3362 Mex-Am in Am Society
11:00 am
RAS 110, Dr. John Glassford
GOVT 4381 Politics of the European Union
12:00 noon
Honor Society Luncheon
UC 203 and 204
Reservations are required
1:45 pm
Opening of The Symposium
Recognition of Honor Societies
Dr. Kamran Aghaie - "Muslim Perspectives on American Values"
Introduction: Dr. Sharynn M. Tomlin
C.J. Davidson Conference Center, UC
Open to the ASU community and general public
3:00 pm
UC Tower Lobby
Informal Reception.
6:00 pm
Barbecue
Professors Aghaie and Gouttierre
"Autobiographical Reflections"
ASU Lakehouse
Reservations are required

Tuesday, October 28, 2003

9:45 am
Dr. Thomas Gouttierre
"What in The World is Going On?"
Introduction: Dr. Jamal G. Husein
C.J. Davidson Conference Center, UC
Open to the ASU community and general public
12:30 pm
Special Class Discussion [TBA]
7:30 pm
Panel Discussion
Moderator: John Glassford
Panel: Gouttierre, Aghaie, Dr. Guoqiang (Joe) Zheng
C.J. Davidson Conference Center, UC
Open to the ASU community and general public
9:00 pm
Reception
UC Tower Lobby