UAB to present engaging lectures for its Haddin Forum series

Distinguished faculty throughout the college will present topical lectures on issues that range from cinema to math to racial disparities.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) has announced its lineup for the Theodore Haddin Arts and Sciences Forum 2013-2014. Distinguished faculty throughout the college will present topical lectures on issues that range from cinema to math to racial disparities. This year’s theme is “Lunch . . . Ideas . . . Conversation.” The events are free and open to the public and will take place at 11:30 a.m. in Heritage Hall Room 524, 1401 University Blvd.

Friday, Aug. 30
Social Identity and Boundary Maintenance among Drug Users
Heith Copes, Ph.D., associate professor of justice sciences

Friday, Sept. 27
Art and Social Change in South Asia
Cathleen Cummings, Ph.D., assistant professor of art history

Friday, Oct. 25
Designing a Play with ALS and Beethoven as Lead Characters
Cliff Simon, associate professor of theatre

Friday, Nov. 15
Lincoln and the American Cinema
Danny Siegel, Ph.D., associate professor of English

Friday, Jan. 31, 2014
Go forth and fast multiply: what’s math got to do with it?
Carmeliza Navasca, Ph.D., assistant professor of mathematics

Friday, Feb. 28
Patterns in Complex Social and Evolutionary Processes
Marshall Abrams, Ph.D., assistant professor of philosophy        

Friday, March 14
Explaining Racial Disparities in Systemic Inflammation
Irena Stepanikova, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology

For more information about the events, visit www.uab.edu/cas/home/research-centers/haddin-forum. Archives of past Haddin Forum lectures are available online at http://bit.ly/15bH7yJ.

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