Winter/Spring 1994

January 4 Gail Lapidus, Ph.D.,
Chairman Berkeley-Stanford Program in Soviet Studies

Russia Today: The Dilemma of State and Nation Building

January 18 Terry Karl, Ph.D.,
Chairman, Latin American Studies, Stanford University

Resolving Civil Conflicts: Lesson from El Salvador

February 1 Joe Morchi,
Founder, Director, Center For the American Musical

The Road to Oklahoma

February 15 Henry Greely,Ph.D.,
Professor of taw, Stanford University

Reforming Healthcare

March 1 Richard Reeves,
Author, Journalist

The Young Presidents: Kennedy and Clinton in the White House

March 15 James Burke,
Science Historian, TV Writer, Host, Producer

Riding the Network: Journey Through Knowledge

April 5 Desmond Lathom,
Journalist, Broadcaster Radio 702; South Africa, Knight Fellow, Stanford University

Sarenjevo, Mogadishu, South Africa

April 19 Bill Frost,
Monterey Bay Aquarium

An Insider View of the Monterey Bay Aquarium

May 3 Paul Hawken,
Co-founder of Smith and Hawken, Author

Ecology of Commerce: Changing the Way We Do Business

May 17 Paul Erdman, Ph.D.,
Economist, Author

Where the Economy is Headed

June 7 Ronald Rebholz, Ph.D.,
Chairman Department of English Stanford University

Sex, Lies, and the Theatre: Shakespeare and His Times

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