Campus Forum Series Opens With Pomona College professor Miguel Tinker-Salas


Campus Forum Series Opens With Pomona College professor Miguel Tinker-Salas
Miguel Tinker-Salas,
Pomona College
Professor of History
and Latin American
Studies, speaks at
Cal Poly Pomona
on Jan. 29.

Miguel Tinker-Salas, a Pomona College professor of History and Latin American studies, will launch the winter quarter?s Campus Forum series with his ?Update on the Venezuela Crisis,? on Wednesday, Jan. 29, noon to 1 p.m., in the CLA Building, Room P2-7.

Additional campus forums will be held throughout the quarter, generally scheduled for Wednesdays at noon in the CLA Building, Room P2-7. Please call to confirm before attending.

  • Feb. 5 ? Actor and activist Ed Asner will discuss ?How An Artist Sees the Iraq War.? This event?s location on campus is yet to be determined.
  • Feb. 12 ? Mike Farrell, actor, activist and president of Death Penalty Focus of California, will speak on ?The Death Penalty in the 21st Century.?
  • Feb. 19 ? Former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter will discuss ?The Coming War With Iraq: How Did We Get Here?? Location TBA.
  • Feb. 26 ? Cal State Sacramento sociology professor Ayad Al Qazzaz will talk about ?The Sociology of Contemporary Iraq.?
  • March 5 ? John Cavanaugh, director of the Washington D.C. Institute for Policy Studies, will address ?Free Trade: Reality or Farce??

    For more information on the Campus Forum series, call Saul Landau, director of digital media and international outreach programs for the College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences, at (909) 869-3115.