The Viterbo University School of Letters and Sciences presents
The Art of Peace
Feb. 22–26, 2016
|Monday, Feb. 22|
|12:20–1:15 p.m.||Brown Bag Lunch: Truth, Justice, and the American Wayward: Possibilities for Truth-telling and Racial Reconciliation in the U.S.
Matthew Bersagel Braley
Reinhart Center Boardroom
|3:35–5 p.m.||Women’s Studies Documentary: Women and Peace
Apryl Denny and Laura Nettles, FSPA
Reinhart Center room 127
|6 p.m.||History Book Club: Alfred F. Young’s The Shoemaker and the Tea Party
Brophy Center room 204
|Wednesday, Feb. 24|
|11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m.||Free Lunch sponsored by Religious Studies and Philosophy Department
Fine Arts Center Lobby
|12:15–1:30 p.m.||Behind the Wall
The presentation will be preceded and followed by original music by students under the leadership of Mary Ellen Haupert.
|2–3 p.m.||Breakout sessions in response to Victoria Biggs’ presentationLed by:
|7 p.m.||Keynote: It Takes Respect
Reverend Aeneas Williams, Ferguson, Mo.
Pastor Williams, an NFL Hall of Fame member, was instrumental in promoting peace between police and rioters at the death of Michael Brown.
Fine Arts Center Main Theatre
|Thursday, Feb. 25|
|8 a.m.–5 p.m.||Poster presentations
from students in Apryl Denny’s Women’s Studies class and Laura Nettles, FSPA’s Peace and Social Justice class
School of Nursing Building Lobby
|6 p.m.||Rhetoric vs. Witness: Tolkien’s Response to the Language of Conflict
English Department’s Minds@Work
Vickie Holtz Wodzak, English
Brophy Center room 122
|Friday, Feb. 26|
|8:30 a.m.–2 p.m.||Humanities Scholarship Competition|
|9 a.m.–2 p.m.||Art as a Political Response to Social Justice Issues in Latin America
World Languages and Cultures
Spanish majors will present the lives and works of various Latin American artists. The exhibitions will include musicians, poets, painters, and street artists representing social justice issues with their work.
School of Nursing Building First Floor Foyer
All events are free and open to the public. Registration is not required. If you have questions, contact Bill Reese at 608-796-3708 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.