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Fall 2004 Lecture Series

Fall 2004

Pop Culture

Fall 2004 Lecture Series
Date Speaker Lecture Title
August 30 Greg Schmidt, Honors College Orientation and Study Abroad Presentations
September 6  Labor Day - No Classes  
September 13 Jack Purcell, Philosophy The Philosophical Implications of Pop Culture
September 20 Bob Pondillo, Electronic Media Network TV Censorship in Postwar America
September 27 David Lavery, English I Wrote My Thesis on You: Buffy Studies as an Academic Cult
October 4 Adonijah Bakari, History New Age Health Concepts
October 11 William Langston, Psychology Pseudoscience and Skepticism
October 18 Fall Break - No Classes  
October 25 Melodie Phillips, Management and Marketing Impact of Film and Music on Popular Culture
November 1 Susan Myers-Shirk, History God, Sex, and Pop Culture
November 8 Nadine Hawke, Art Analyzing Popular Arts
November 15 Sekou Franklin, Political Science Policing and Protesting Criminal Justice Inequities
November 22 Paul Fischer, Recording Industry Popular Music and America's Culture Wars
November 29 Ken Deshane, English Representations of Folklorists in Three Popular Films: Song Catcher, Urban Legend, and Candyman
December 6 Honors Students Honors Thesis Presentations