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Feb. 29, 2000 -- No. 113
UNC-CHs Dr. Weinberg to lecture on World War II in Charlotte
By SUSAN WILLETTS
UNC-CH News Services
CHAPEL HILL -- World War II will be the topic of a talk and panel discussion in Charlotte Thursday (March 2) by a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill faculty member.
Kenan professor of history Dr. Gerhard Weinberg will discuss the origins and course of World War II at 7 p.m. at the Great Aunt Stella Center, 926 Elizabeth Ave. The talk, sponsored by the Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, will be followed by a panel discussion featuring additional authors. An admission fee will be charged. For more information, contact Jessica Walter at 704-336-2020.
The lecture is arranged by Carolina Speakers at UNC-CH. The program, which began as a statewide outreach effort in 1993, offers 83 leading faculty members and four student scholars to business, civic and community groups to share their expertise on more than 100 topics, including 44 that focus on North Carolina and the South. The program is part of UNC-CHs ongoing efforts to connect with North Carolinians.
For more information about or to schedule Carolina Speakers, contact Sandy Roberts, CB 1793, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1793, telephone 919-962-1993, or visit the Carolina Speakers Web site at www.unc.edu/depts/uncspeak.
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(Willetts is a senior journalism and mass communication major from Wilmington.)
Contact: Sandy Roberts, Carolina Speakers, 962-1993