Yavapai Community College offers free to the public outstanding World War I lecture symposium from November 6 to November 8
A series of interdisciplinary lectures will be presented by the Yavapai Community College faculty on the Prescott and Verde campuses from November 6 thru the 8th. The lectures are free to the public. The lectures will be held in Building M, room 137 on the Verde campus. The schedule on the Verde campus looks like this:
Thursday, November 6: 3:00 PM: Causes, Course, and Consequences. Amy Ilona Stein, PhD
Thursday, 4:15 PM: All Quiet on the Eastern Front: the Untold History of Russia and World War I, Paul Ewing.
Thursday, 7:00 PM: Free Film: All Quiet on the Western Front, 1930 Film Introduction: Helen Stephenson.
Friday, November 7, 3:00 PM: Tanks, Poppies, and the Old Lie: The Evolution of World War I Poetry, Jason Whitesitt.
Friday, 4:15 PM: Gas Warfare in World War I, Gino Romeo, PhD.
Friday, 7:00 PM: Free Film Johnny Got His Gun, 1970 Film Introduction: Helen Stephenson.
Saturday, November 8, 10:00 AM: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919, Matthew Pearcy, PhD.
Saturday, 11:15 AM: The Trauma of War, Sal Buffo.
Saturday, 1:00 P.M: Dona Nobis pacem. This concert by the Master Chorale concludes the history symposium on World War I.
The schedule for both the Verde and Prescott campuses can be found by clicking here.