Rowan University hosts two guest speakers in honor of 35th anniversary of Hollybush SummitNovember 07, 2002
In recognition of the 35th anniversary of the Hollybush Summit, Rowan University welcomes two speakers this month -- Dr. Stephen Kotkin of Princeton University and Laszlo Molnar, Hungarian Ambassador to the United Nations -- to discuss the collapse of communism and issues pertaining to the Cold War.
On November 14, Kotkin will speak on <+>The Cold War: Lessons for the Future, or an Era that is Past<+> at 11 a.m. in the Student Center Ballroom. Kotkin is an associate professor of history at Princeton University. He regularly contributes to <+>New Republic Magazine,<+> the <+>New York Times Book Review<+> and National Public Radio. Kotkin also has written three books about the Cold War, including <+>Armageddon Averted: The Soviet Collapse 1970- 2000.<+>
On November 20, Molnar will lecture at 12:30 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom. An expert on East-West issues during the War and Hungarian Ambassador to the United Nations, Molnar will speak on the current state of Russia and Eastern Europe, the Soviet Implosion and the Cold War from the viewpoint of the United Nations and Hungary.
Both lectures are free and open to the public.