The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, WSU Global Studies, & WSU Irvin D. Reid Honors College present:


GLOBAL CROSSROADS

Media, Culture, and Politics

Sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Research at Wayne State University.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

7 p.m. Dessert Reception
7:30 p.m. Program

Community room at the David Adamany Undergraduate Library
Wayne State University

PURCHASE TICKETS

All proceeds from the evening will be used to provide scholarships for WSU students to study abroad.

Admission: $100 Benefactor ($90 tax deductible), $50 Patron ($40 tax deductible), $5 Students/staff/part-timers, $10 Lecturer

Tickets can be purchased at the door.

*All Benefactors will be listed on the evening's program

PANEL DISCUSSION – The Media’s Influence on International Culture and Politics
Jack Lessenberry, WSU Faculty, Political Commentator and Columnist
Herschel Fink, First Amendment Attorney, Legal Counsel– Detroit Free Press
Dr. Saeed Khan (moderator), WSU Faculty, Islamic Scholar


MUSICAL INTERLUDES by Paul Watkins, Artistic Director – Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival, Cellist –Emerson String Quartet


PRESENTATIONS by Global Crossroads Scholarship Winners: Connor Tukel (“360 ̊Detroit: A Novel Method of Exploring and Capturing Urban Culture”), Ray Souder (“Hamtramck Stories”), Kristin Courville (“We Dwell in Water: The Phenomenological Approach to Chora”), and Alice Santana (“Global Traditions: Death Culture”)