Forum Will Focus On Post-Sept.
11 Role Of Black Intellectual
January 24, 2002-- The University
of Virginia's Carter G. Woodson Institute will sponsor a roundtable
discussion, "On the Responsibility of Black Intellectuals in a Post-September
11 World," on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. in Minor Hall auditorium.
panel will bring together a distinguished group of U.Va. faculty
from the College of Arts and Sciences, Law School and Darden School
of Business to offer their perspectives on the events of Sept.
11 and the terrorist attack's impact on their role as intellectuals
in society. The panelists will include Matthew Holden Jr. (Government),
Mildred Robinson (Law), Stacey Sinclair (Psychology), George Mentore
(Anthropology), Martin N. Davidson (Darden), and Erika Hayes James
(Darden). Forum moderator will be Corey D.B. Walker, scholar-in-residence
at the Woodson Institute.
conversation, open to the public, is part of the newly established
Woodson Public Policy Forum to bring faculty from across the University
to comment on critical public policy issues.
Bob Brickhouse, (434) 924-6856