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Announcing Fall Lecture Series
As our two successful spring series, Religion, Secularism and Liberalism and Propaganda: Mass Manipulation Through the Ages, wind up, LLM is preparing for another outstanding fall lecture season.
On Tuesdays from October 12 to November 30, 2021, Dr. Peter Vronsky will present A Brief History of Espionage and on Thursdays from October 14 to December 2, 2021, Dr. Laura Carlson will tell the stories of eight Women Who Helped to Shape the Modern World. LLM is pleased to be bringing these renowned speakers and their popular topics to our “stage” in October.
Registration for the two fall 2021 series will begin on Friday, May 21 at 10:00 a.m. and ticket sales will close on Tuesday, October 5 at midnight.
Remember to let your friends know about these high-calibre lectures. Because they are virtual, presented as Zoom webinars, no age limits or geographic boundaries apply, so anyone from any part of the world is welcome to join us.
A Brief History of Espionage
This series will look at the theory and practice of espionage through case studies of espionage and its impact on domestic and foreign affairs.
Women Who Helped to Shape the Modern World
This series of lectures will present the true stories of eight complex and often controversial women from ancient Egypt to twentieth century America who helped build our modern world.