Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Lecture on the LDS Church in Indonesia

If anyone is bored with nothing to do on a Thursday afternoon you may want to consider the following: Lecture on the History of the LDS Church in Indonesia on September 27th at 2:00 pm. The public is invited to attend.

House of Learning Lecture Series. Fall Semester 2007. Harold B. Lee Library at BYU
All lectures are Thursdays at 2:00pm in the HBLL Auditorium.

Thursday 13 September — Orson Scott Card

Thursday 27 September — Professor Chad Emmett, Department of Geography, "Taking Root: The Growth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Indonesia"

Thursday 11 October — Brad Westwood, Special Collections, "2D Dreams & 3D Realities: Campus Planning & Architecture at BYU, 1875-1975"

Thursday 25 October—Professor W Spencer Guthrie, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering

Thursday 1 November — Alice Louise Reynolds Lecture — Professor Martha Peacock, Department of Visual Arts

Thursday 15 November — Professor Mark Choate, Department of History, "Berlin Airlift and the Projection of American Military Power"

1 comment:

  1. No doubt they picked the right guy to present on Indonesia. Can we expect at least a batik tie? I'm going to have to change my travel plans for that week. Are there any rules in place that restrict autograph seekers?