Great Decisions Lecture Series underway
March 17, 2006The History and Political Science Department at Elizabeth city State University will hold the 2006 Great Decisions Lecture Series at 2 p.m. in room #203 of the G. R. Little Library. The series of discussions covers a variety of American foreign policy topics. ECSU faculty members lead the discussions and students make presentations based on their research. See the dates, topics and of the faculty members below who will lead the discussions: March 21 Dr. James McClenon Turkey: On Europe’s Verge March 28 Mr. Marque Denham Africa and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals March 28 Ms.Carleta Ricks The African Union: A New Direction or Maintenance of Status Quo April 4 Dr. Glen Bowman The Energy Policy Conundrum April 11 Dr. Ebere Oriaku The U. S. and Iran April 18 Dr. Lynn Barnes Brazil: Invented Past and Hoped-for Futures The discussions are open to the public. Earlier topics for the series included "Pandemics and National Security," "United Nations Reform: Post Summit Outlook," "Human Rights in the age of Terrorism," and "China and India: Competition and Cooperation." For more information, please contact Dr. Kwabena Boansi, of the History and Political Science Department, 335-3331.