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February 14, 2005
CARTER CENTER CONVERSATION TO BE WEBCAST
The Feb. 23 installment of the Conversations at the Carter Center series, “The State of World Conflict,” will be webcast live from the center’s website at www.cartercenter.org.
The event is the third panel discussion in the 2004–05 Conversations series.
Panelists include Jim Clancy, veteran CNN anchor and correspondent, and Ambassador Nancy Soderberg, former alternate U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. Matt Hodes, director of the Carter Center’s Conflict Resolution Program, will moderate.
The live webcast will be archived on the Carter Center website following the event. Questions to panelists may be submitted in advance to email@example.com.
AQUINAS CENTER SPONSORS UPCOMING LECTURES
Mary Riley of the Center of Concern, will present the annual Aquinas Social Justice Lecture and Workshop, Wednesday, Feb. 23, at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.
“Blessed Are They Who Hunger for Justice: The Social Mission of the Church” will explore the history of the social mission of the Catholic Church. The free lecture is sponsored by Emory’s Aquinas Center of Theology.
On Thursday, March 3, the Aquinas Center is sponsoring two events: A Catholic topics discussion on Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger’s, “Letter to the Bishops on the Collaboration of Men and Women in the Church and the World” in the center at 7:30 p.m.; and the lecture “Franciscan Spirituality” featuring Friars Gregory Hartmeyer and Vincent Gluc. The lecture will take place at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church. For more information, call the Aquinas Center at
OXFORD'S JCAL ACCEPTING WORK FOR SPRING
The Journal of Cognitive-Effective Learning (LCAL) at Oxford is accepting submissions for its spring issue. The deadline is March 31.
JCAL publishes original articles that promote research, education and community building in the area of cognitive-affective learning and include areas of focus relating to the scholarship of teaching and learning.
An open access journal, JCAL is committed to providing access to scholarship at no cost to the reader or author. To submit a paper go to www.jcal.emory.edu/submissions.php. For more information, call