AASU to Host Lecture on Muslim Minorities in Europe April 1
Savannah, GAArmstrong Atlantic State University will present a lecture on Muslim Minorities in Europe on April 1 as part of its International Week. The talk will be presented by Cathie Carmichael beginning at 11:00 A.M. in room 156 of AASU's University Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
Carmichael is the senior lecturer at Middlesex University, London, and is an expert on European nationalism and ethnic conflict in the Balkans. Her books include "Language and Nationalism in Europe" (Oxford University Press), "Slovenia and the Slovenes: A Small State and the New Europe" (Hurst & Indiana University Press), and "The Destruction of Tradition: The Theory and Practice of Ethnic Cleansing in the Western Balkans" (Routledge, 2002). Carmichael has published numerous essays in books and journals and serves as a consultant for the British Foreign Office.
The event is sponsored by AASU's Office of International Education (OIE), which organizes study abroad and exchange programs in more than sixty countries in coordination with the University System of Georgia. This fall Armstrong Atlantic enrolled 215 students with international backgrounds representing sixty-five foreign countries. Visit OIE online at www.intl.armstrong.edu.
For more information about International Week, contact the OIE at 921.5671.
March 12, 2002