Emily Dickinson and The Civil War
Herman Melville and the Civil War
Both are presented by Dr. Randy Fuller, assistant professor of English, Drury University, author of "From Battlefields Rising: How the Civil War Transformed American Literature".
Drury Singers International Tours: Seeing the World Through Choral Music
Presented by Dr. Allin Sorenson, Department of Music Chair and director of choral music at Drury University, relating fun and harrowing experiences during 10 years' travel with 30 plus college students throughout the world.
Tent Theater: Going for the Gold
Presented by Mike Casey, artistic director for Missouri State's Tent Theater discusses growth and development of Tent Theater as it approaches its 50th Anniversary.
An Introduction to Islam
Islam and Politics
Both topics addressed by Dr. Jack Lleyellyn, professor and head of Religious Studies at MSU.
Child Abuse in Greene County
Presented by Dan Prater, director for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) examines the causes and effects of child abuse/neglect.
Repairing Families to Prevent Abuse and Neglect
Presented by Gary Johnson, former director of Parenting and Life Skills, newly merged with Boys and Girls Town. Parenting and Life Skills brings adult classes teaching alternatives to violence in solving problems, self discipline, nutrition, cooking, job seeking/interviewing and other life skills.
Paul Unbound: Other Prospectives on the Apostle
Offered by Mark Given, associate professor of Religious Studies at MSU regarding his newly edited book of the same title.