Discoveries Lecture: The Cuban Revolution at 50
When: Thursday, February 5, 2009, 7 p.m
Where: Metcalf Trustee Center Ballroom, West Entrance, Ninth Floor595 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
Cost: $15 per person
Ninety miles from the United States, Cuba has at times preoccupied every American president since Eisenhower. Join Boston University alumni for Assistant Dean of Students Daryl DeLuca’s presentation of his striking photographs from his many trips to Cuba.
Then, hear Susan Eckstein, professor of sociology and international relations, discuss the Cuban revolution and where the tempestuous U.S.-Cuban relationship might be headed in the Obama administration.
Participate in a provocative evening of discussion and discover things you may not have seen in the news.
The program will be followed by a light reception. This event is open to the public.
RSVP here for the Cuba lecture or call 617-353-5261 by February 2
Discoveries, a lecture and learning series that taps the strength of the BU faculty to give alumni a deeper look into issues affecting the world and their lives, is brought to you by Arts & Sciences at Boston University and the Arts & Sciences Alumni Association.
Publisher note: I will be attending and look forward to the lecture.