Fall 1985

September 17 Emery Kin,
White House Correspondent, NBC News

Inside the Reagan White House

October 1 Dr. Joseph Corn,
Lecturer, Program in Values,Technology, Science, & Society, Stanford University

Yesterday’s Tomorrow -America’s Romance with the Future.

October 15 Lee 0. Coldren,
U.S. Foreign Service


November 5 Dr. Victor Fuchs,
Professor of Economics, Stanford University, author

Who Shall Live -Revisited

November 19 Joanne Tanner,
Trainer, lecturer – Gorilla Foundation

Crossing Cultures with Koko

December 3 Frances Moore Lapp,
Author, Co-founder, Institute for Food and Development Policy

World Hunger

Winter/Spring 1985

February 5 Christine Bjorklund,
KGO Consumer Specialist

The Role of Media in Consumer Problems

February 19 Lela G. Noble,
Professor of Political Science, California State University, San Jose

The Philippines: After Aquino and Marcos?

March 5 Michael Brown,
News Reporter, Author

Poisoning of America by Toxic Chemicals

March 19 Malcom Miller,
Guide—Lecturer for Chartres Cathedral, Author

The Medieval Stained Glass and Sculpture of Chartres Cathedral

April 2 Alvin Rabushka,
Professor of Economics, Stanford University

The Flat Tax

April 16 Shirley Heath,
Professor of Education, Teacher, Linguist, Anthropologist, Stanford University

How Different Cultural Communications Affect Children’s Learning

May 7 Maya Angelo,
Author, Education, Singer, Actress.

Culture’s Role in Society

May 21 Thomas Fingar,
Sr. Research Associate, Northeast Asia — United States Forum on International Policy, Stanford University.

Chinese Style Socialist Modernization: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future

June 14 Anne Lamott,
Author of “Hard Laughter”

Coping and Surviving as an Autho