Stravinsky, Faith and Revolution: Intersections of Arts, Culture and Human Rights
Graul Endowed Chair Forum: A First Rites & Campus Cultural Connections event
Date: September 23, 2013
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: Boll Theatre, located on the first floor of Kennedy Union
Sponsor: The College of Arts and Sciences and the Graul Chair in Arts and Languages
Contact: Richard Chenoweth
A public conversation with Maestro Neal Gittleman of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Miguel Díaz, University Professor of Faith and Culture, and Mark Ensalaco, associate professor of political science and director of human rights research, with Dean Paul Benson as moderator and remarks by President Daniel J. Curran. This campus and community event engaged students, faculty and the community in a wide-ranging discussion about the cultural and artistic expressions of critical human rights issues facing societies across the globe.