Published on January 3rd, 2018 | by University Communications0
L.E.D. series returns to University Campus
The School of Arts and Sciences will celebrate its sixth L.E.D. (Learning, Enlightenment, Discoveries) series this January and February with two one-hour presentation sessions. In the spirit of the popular TED talks (Technology, Entertainment, Design), this series of faculty-led presentations and discussions is designed for both Saint Leo University students and the wider community to showcase the richness of intellectual life in our school. We aim to share the exciting and inspiring ideas explored in our own diverse areas of interest with the larger Saint Leo Community. The theme for this spring’s L.E.D. series is “The 1960s,” and our faculty have prepared their topics on this theme according to their respective fields and research.
Both sessions in our L.E.D. series are held in the Student Community Center Boardrooms, Saint Leo University Campus. The sessions run from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday, January 31
Dr. Mike Novak, assistant professor of theology
“The 1960s and the Destruction of Liberal Politics”
Ms. Gianna Russo, instructor of English
Ms. Pam DeCius, instructor of humanities
“ ‘You Don’t Own Me’: 1960s Women’s Music and the Feminist Revolution”
Tuesday, February 6
Dr. Eileen O’Brien, associate professor of sociology
“White Allies: From 1960s to Black Lives Matter”
Dr. Patricia Campion, associate professor of global studies and sociology
“Imagination (Almost) Takes Power: The Aborted French Revolution of May ’68”
L.E.D. talks are free and open to the public. All are welcome!
For more information, contact Megan Orendorf, administrator of events and special programs for School of Arts and Sciences, at (352) 588-8401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The views expressed during this event are those of the speaker/presenter and do not necessarily represent the views of the university.