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2010-11 Convocation Schedule

The Persistence of Memory: Perspectives on the Past

August 22, 2010

Freshmen Orientation: Kiley Hill '02
Planting Connections Outside the Digital Space

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

August 26, 2010

Drury President Todd Parnell '69
Opening Convocation: The Persistence of Memory (While I Still Have One)

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall


September 2, 2010

Lucette Lagnado
Exile, Loss and Memory:  An immigrant child examines her family's journey from Cairo to New York

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

September 9, 2010

Ramson Lomatewama
Hopi Art, Ritual and Song: Vehicles of Cultural Memory

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

September 23, 2010

Paul Stillwell '66
The Golden Thirteen - A Family Connection

11 a.m., Stone Chapel

September 30, 2010

Tres Vidas
A Musical Drama on the Lives of Three Hispanic Women

7:30 p.m., Clara Thompson Hall

October 14, 2010

Ron Showers
The History of Hope

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

October 28, 2010

Al Staggs
A View from the Underside: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

November 4, 2010

Juan Cole
Contemporary Conflict and Colonial Memory in the Middle East

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

November 11, 2010

Mark Noah
The Lost Graves of Tarawa

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

November 14, 2010

Dr. Christopher Koch
Springfield-Drury Civic Orchestra

4 p.m., Central High School Auditorium

December 3, 2010

Benjamin June
Iraq Suicide Attack Pillow Project: A Memorial

6 p.m., Pool Art Center Gallery

February 17, 2011

Frederick Lane
The History of Privacy in America

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

February 17, 2011

Dean Stephen H. Good Memorial Concert

7:30 p.m., Stone Chapel

February 24, 2011

Jorge Otero-Pailos
Living with Pollution

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

March 3, 2010

Temple Grandin
A Memoir of My Life With Animals and Autism

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

March 10, 2011

Rick Ayre '71
Predicting the Past

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

March 31, 2011

Jamaica Kincaid
Landscapes and Memory

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

April 14, 2011

Ric Burns
America, Whaling, and the World: A Parable of Industry and the Environment

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall

April 14, 2011

Drew Emery
Film Screening: Inlaws & Outlaws

6 p.m., Clara Thompson Hall

April 28, 2011

Radio Flyer
Music and Memories

11 a.m., Clara Thompson Hall


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MISSION: Drury, a magazine for alumni and friends of Drury University, is published twice each year. The mission of Drury magazine is to engage readers in the life of the university, reflect the university's values, and capture the intellectual curiosity and distinct community that is Drury.

The views presented do not necessarily reflect or represent those of the editors or the official policies of Drury University.

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Drury University
Todd Parnell '69, President

Editor
Bill Noblitt

Assistant Editors
Mandy Seaman
Sarah Jenkins '06

Student Writers
Connor Eastman
Kellie Ahern '10

Class Notes Editors
Meagan Mitchell '04
Teresa Skidmore

Creative Director
Don Ameye

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Sarah Jones

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Melody Sanders
Doris Weber

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