The Faculty Forum is a monthly event that brings the greater community together for a lively discussion of current research or creative activity by one of the Gustavus faculty. The fora are held on Tuesday evening, typically in one of the Banquet rooms though the location may vary from month to month.

Each lecture will be preceded by a buffet-style dinner served at 5:30 p.m. The lecture will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will end by 7:00 p.m.

The current lineup for the 2005-2006 academic year is as follows:

October 18
Mark Bjelland (Geography)

“3 Visions for a British Urban Future”
November 15
Jill Locke (Political Science)

“Unraveling Tocqueville’s America:
Marital virtue and the affairs of Andrew Jackson”

February 21
Svjetlana Madzar (Economics and Management)

"Effect of interplay of national and organizational cultures on subordinates' information inquiry in uncertain times"

March 14
Andy Vaughn (Religion)

"An Altian View of the New, Low Chronology of Jerusalem"

April 25
Matt Panciera (Classics)

“Cleopatra's Socratic Suicide
in Horace Odes 1.37”

Announcements will also be posted through various campus news outlets such as the online Campus Calendar and the Yellow Sheet.

For information or question, please contact Russell Shapiro (geology) at 933-7307 or via email at rshapiro@gac.edu

To register, please send the $5 fee to Jean Heidcamp at least four days prior to the event.

“Millennium Housing” courtesy of Tewkesbury.org
"Tocqueville caricature" by G. Garçon
"The Death of Cleopatra" by Jean-Andre Rixens
"City of Jerusalem” Nuremberg Chronicle courtesy Beloit College