Winter/Spring 1995

January 3 Michael McFaul, Ph.D.,
Research Associate, Center for International Security and Arms Control

Prospects for Economic and Political Reform in Russia: View From the Frontline

January 17 Jocelyn Marsh, Ph.D.,
Professor of English, Stanford University

Filming Dickens Illustrated Lecture

February 14 Denise Erickson,
Instructor, Canada College

Monet DeYoung Exibit

February 21 Robert Scalopino, Ph.D,
Institute of East Asian Studies

Asia: What Next?

March 7 Tom Nolan,
Defense Attorney

Our Criminal Justice System, An Insiders’ View

March 21 Elizabeth Tallent, Author and Director of the Stanford Creative Writing Program,

The Writing Process

April 4 Nancy Maynard,
Director of the Institute for Journalism Education, Former Owner of the Oakland Tribune

The Future of the Press

April 18 Doris Kearns Goodwin,
Author “The Fitzgeralds and Kennedys” “Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream”

No Ordinary Time, Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, the Home Front in World War II

May 2 Peter Robinson,
Hoover Institute, Stanford University, Author

Snapshots from Hell — The Making of an MBA

May 16 Ernie Young, PhD,
CoDirector of the Center for Biomedical Ethics, Stanford University

BioMedical Ethics in Todays World

June 6 David Zsady, Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation,

Who Says Spies Don’t Have a Sense of Humor?