Biological Weapons Expert Judith Miller, Co-Author of "Germs,"
Will Speak at U.Va. Nov. 18
November 12, 2001 --
New York Times reporter Judith Miller, co-author
of the best-selling book "Germs: Biological Weapons and America's
Secret War," will speak about bioterrorism on Sunday, Nov.
18, at a public forum sponsored by the University of Virginia's
Miller Center of Public
Affairs. Her talk will be at 4 p.m. in the U.Va. Chemistry Building
Auditorium on McCormick Road.
a leading expert on bioterrorism and biological weapons as well
as the Middle East, has reported extensively from throughout the
world. She served as the New York Times Cairo bureau chief from
1983 to 1986.
is also the author of "God Has Ninety-Nine Names: Reporting
from a Militant Middle East" and "One, By One, By One,"
a highly praised account of how people in six nations have distorted
the memory of the Holocaust. She was also co-author of "Saddam
Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf," the first comprehensive
account of the Gulf crisis. She is a sought-after guest on many
national television news and public affairs shows and frequently
lectures throughout the country.
additional information please contact the Miller Center at (434)
Bob Brickhouse, (434) 924-6856.