Events

April 09, 2014
Lorenz Reibling to present at the Sympisium on Norwegian Teachers' Resistance to Nazi Occupation

A panel discussion will be held on nonviolent action against oppressors around the world. First, an oratorio (song) will be sung about how 10,000 teachers in Norway stopped Hitler from putting Nazi textbooks in their schools. A discussion will follow about how nonviolent action has begun to take place globally in the last century. Contact: Prof. John Michalczyk (Fine Arts) michalcj@bc.edu

 

Panel Discussants:
Dr. Gene Sharp - World-renowned writer on nonviolent action
Dr. Severyn Bruyn - Professor Emeritus, Boston College
Mr. Pat Scanlon - Chapter coordinator of Veterans for Peace
Dr. John Michalczyk - Director, Film Studies, Boston College
Professor Lorenz Reibling - Professor, Woods College of Advancing Studies

 

Trinity Chapel, Newton Campus
Wednesday, April 9
7:00 pm

 

Sponsorsed by: Woods College of Advancing Studies, Fine Arts Department, Laura and Lorenz Reibling Foundation, Jacques Salmanowitz Program, Faith, Peace and Justice Program, and Veterans for Peace