April 14, 2008
is panel’s topic
The Emory chapter of political science honor society Pi Sigma Alpha presents a panel discussion on “New Questions for an Historic Election,” at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 15 in the Harland Cinema of the Dobbs University Center
Panelists include: Emory’s Alan Abramowitz, an expert on national elections and voter behavior; Beth Reingold, a specialist on women and politics; and Drew Westen, author of “The Political Brain”; and journalist Tom Baxter, editor of the Southern Political Report. Andra Gillespie, an expert on minority politics and post-civil rights era leadership, will moderate.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 404-712-8780.
hosts first fellow
Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge, an outspoken member of the Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, will be the Emory Global Health Institute’s first Distinguished Visiting Fellow, April 21-25.
Madlala-Routledge will present “Democracy Needs Leaders Who are Prepared to Serve the People,” on Wednesday, April 23 at 4 p.m. in the School of Medicine Education Building, Room 120. The lecture is free and open to the public.
During her tenure as former deputy minister of health under President Thabo Mbeki, Madlala-Routledge led the way in efforts to stem South Africa’s HIV/AIDS epidemic through science-based treatments.
‘Oh What a Lovely War’ performed
Theater Emory presents “Oh What a Lovely War,” a milestone in the theater of war, April 17-27 in the Mary Gray Monroe Theater.
Donald McManus directs this work created by Joan Littlewood’s Theatre Workshop, which premiered in London in 1963. It is a chronicle of World War I told through songs and documents of the period. Poignant events and stark images of suffering are juxtaposed with satirical clowning, comic skits and song and dance numbers, in the spirit of English music hall entertainments.
Show times and tickets ($18; faculty/staff, alumni, $14; Emory students $6) are available by calling 404-727-5050 or by visiting www.arts.emory.edu.