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Lecture Series

FALL 2014
Fordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies  212-636-6372
113 West 60th Street, off Columbus Avenue, Room 301

Admission is FREE and open to the age 50+ public 

All Lectures are on Wednesdays, 2:30pm to 3:30pm, 12th Floor Lounge

OCT 22    Is God’s charity broad enough for bears?            
Dr. Elizabeth A. Johnson, C.S.J.
Distinguished Professor of Theology, Fordham University
Former President, Catholic Theological Society of America
Author, Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love
OCT 29    Encore: Gatsby at 90: The Evolving Portrayals of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby    
Laura Greeney
Adjunct Assistant Professor of English, Degree Programs and College at 60 Program, Fordham University
Lyric soprano and Producer of “Song and Story,” a two-part program on literature and music, first performed for College at 60
NOV 5    The Positive Impact of Disruptive Technologies: The Future of Print and E-Books
Dr. Albert Greco
Professor of Marketing, Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University
Co-author, The Book Publishing Industry, Third Edition (2013)
Author, The Economics of the Publishing and Information Industries: The Search for Yield in a
Disintermediated World (forthcoming)
NOV 12    Women Illustrators of the Golden Age of Illustration
Dr. Helen Goodman
Assistant Professor of Art History, Fashion Institute of Technology
Published writer, curator, frequent lecturer, and recipient of grants from the National
Endowment for the Humanities and the Research Council, State University of New York
Co-sponsor:  NY Council for the Humanities, a state- affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities
NOV 19    The U.S. Supreme Court: History, Highlights, and Hot-Button Issues
Dr. Juliana Gilheany    
Adjunct Associate Professor of History, College at 60 Program, Fordham University
Specialization in the role and influence of the U.S. Supreme Court    

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