Dwight D. Eisenhower: Soldier, President, Statesman

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HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
CULTURAL CENTER CONFERENCES
George Sand Centennial--November 1976
Heinrich von Kleist Bicentennial--November 1977
The Chinese Woman-- December 1977
George Sand: Her Life, Her Works, Her Influence--April 1978
William Cullen Bryant and His America--October 1978
The Trotsky-Stalin Conflict in the 1920's--March 1979
Albert Einstein Centennial--November 1979
Renaissance Venice Symposium-- March 1980
Sean O'Casey--March 1980
Walt Whitman--April 1980
Nineteenth-Century Women Writers-- November 1980
Fedor Dostoevski--April 1981
Gotthold Ephraim Lessing--November 1981
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: The Man, The Myth, The Era--March 1982
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe--April 1982
James Joyce--October 1982
Twentieth-Century Women Writers-- November 1982
Harry S. Truman: The Man from Independence--April 14-16, 1983
John Maynard Keynes--September 22-24, 1983
Romanticism in the Old and the New World- Washington Irving, Stendhal, and Zhukovskii-- October 13-15, 1983
Espectador Universal: Jose Ortega y Gasset--November 10-12, 1983
Dwight D. Eisenhower: Soldier, President, Statesman--March 29-31, 1984
Victorian Studies-- April 13-15, 1984
Symposium on Eighteenth-Century Venice-- April 27, 1984
George Orwell--October 11-13, 1984
Friedrich von Schiller--November 8-10, 1984
John F. Kennedy: The New Frontier--March 28-30, 1985
The Future of Higher Education-- April 1985
Harlem Renaissance-- May 2-4, 1985
Evolution of Business Education-- September 19-21, 1985
Eighteenth-Century Women Writers-- October 10-12, 1985
Avant Garde Art and Literature-- November 14-16, 1985
Lyndon B. Johnson--March 1986
George Sand: Her Life, Her Works, Her Influence--October 1986
Carl Gustav Jung--November 1986
Richard M. Nixon--Spring 1987
Bicentennial of the United States Constitution--Fall 1987
Gerald R. Ford--Spring 1988
Jimmy Carter--Spring 1989
Bicentennial of the French Revolution--Fall 1989
Ronald Reagan--Spring 1990

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