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Focus on Global Peace Culture

Noam Chomsky, a world-renowned authority on the global peace culture, will headline a June 2, 2012, event hosted by the UNCG Conflict and Peace Studies program.

Chomsky, a political theorist and activist, will participate in a moderated discussion on concrete solutions to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.

The June 2 event will be held in the Mead Auditorium of the Sullivan Science Building. A reception will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., followed by a moderated discussion and a book-signing event.

Admission is free to students with a valid University ID. Tickets for the general public are $15 per person, and seating is limited. For reservations and more information, click here.

Parking will be available in the McIver parking deck adjacent to the Sullivan Science Building.

The event is sponsored by:

  • Conflict and Peace Studies Program, UNCG
  • Office of Research and Economic Development, UNCG
  • Women and Gender Studies Program, UNCG
  • School of Health and Human Sciences, UNCG
  • Department of Social Work, UNCG
  • Department of Languages, Literature, and Cultures, UNCG

This marks the fourth consecutive year that the UNCG Conflict and Peace Studies Program will host an engaging evening of spirited intellectual dialogue as part of its annual speaker series.

For information on UNCG’s Conflict and Peace Studies program, visit http://conflictstudies.uncg.edu, email conflictstudies@uncg.edu or phone 334-4781.

Update: As of May 31, this event is sold out, according to two sources.