Dr. Nada Shabout, of the University of North Texas, will speak at St. Thomas on April 16. A reception follows with Middle Eastern food, music and film. Both events are held in conjunction with the exhibition, “Sabeel: Artistic Journeys From Arab Lands to America,” open through May 24.
The speaker, Dr. Christopher Wolfe, is emeritus professor at Marquette University, vice president of the Thomas International Project and co-director of the Ralph McInerny Center for Thomistic Studies.
Today's talk by Dr. Robert Werner, Geography Department, will feature a comprehensive tour of Bolivia, including history and culture, demography, political unrest, Indian rights movements, and the role of the coca leaf, the source of cocaine.