February 4, 1997

WSU Humanities Center conference scheduled for Friday, Feb. 14

"The Influence of Memory on the Study of History, Language and Truth" is the theme of the Humanities Center's Faculty Fellows Conference from 8:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, in the McGregor Memorial Conference Center at Wayne State University.

Tilden Edelstein, vice president for academic affairs, will give opening remarks at 8:45 a.m., followed at 9 a.m. by keynote speaker Lucius Outlaw, professor of philosophy at Haverford College and author of On Race and Philosophy.

Moderating the three sessions will be Professors Renata Wasserman, English; Daphne Ntiri, lifelong learning; and Sandra Van Burkleo, history.

Speakers will include the Humanities Center 1996 Faculty Fellows: Ronald Brown, political science; Martha Ratliff and Kathryne Lindberg, English; Gordon Neavill, library and information science; John Eipper, Jorgelina Corbatta and Michael Giordano, Romance languages; Christopher Johnson, Osumaka Likaka and Mel Small, history; and Michael Goldfield, urban, labor and metropolitan affairs.

A reception will be held from 4-30-5:30 p.m. For more information call the center at (313) 577-5216.

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