The series also welcomes Ariel Dorfman, a native of Chile, who is delivering his lecture, “Living, Feeling, Writing in Many Worlds: Reaching out to the Global Community” in the Schiff Family Conference Center on Sunday, Nov. 12, at 7:00 p.m. Dorfman was the winner of the Oliver Award for best play in London for his best-known work, "Death and the Maiden."
Deborah Lipstadt, director of the Rabbi Donald A. Tam Institute for Jewish Studies as well as professor of modern Jewish and Holocaust studies at Emory University, visits the Schiff Family Conference Center on Sunday, March 18, at 7:00 p.m. with the topic, “The New Global Anti-Semitism.” Lipstadt is author of History on Trial: My Day in Court with David Irving, which describes her libel trial in London when David Irving sued her for calling him a Holocaust denier and right-wing extremist.
Dr. Paul Farmer wraps up the series with his lecture, “HIV/AIDS Crisis: Research and Advocacy.” Dr. Farmer, director of Harvard Medical School’s program in infectious disease and social change, as well as winner of a number of humanitarian awards, works to bring innovative and life-saving healthcare to developing countries.
The E/RS lecture series aims to address issues of the world today while promoting global responsibility for tomorrow. For more information about the E/RS lecture series, contact Sarah Melcher at 513 745-2043 or Edmund Cueva at 513 745-1931.