Faculty Pub Night 2018-2019 Speaker Line-up

We are delighted to announce our speakers for Faculty Pub Night 2018-2019 at the William H. Hannon Library. This is the ninth year of our Pub Night series and we are bringing together faculty from Marketing and Business Law, History, Art History, English, Mathematics, Journalism, and the Loyola Law School.

Faculty Pub Night is open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members. It offers our guests an opportunity to hear LMU faculty present, discuss, and answer questions about their most recent “pub”-lication in a casual setting. Refreshments and snacks will be served courtesy of the William H. Hannon Library.

This year, we have invited the following faculty:

Adriana Sanford (September 11), author of “Under the New Security Landscape: Ramifications of International Multijurisdictional Conflicts” (More details and RSVP)

Cara Anzilotti (October 16), author of She-devil in the City of Angels: Gender, violence, and the Hattie Woolsteen murder case in Victorian era Los Angeles (More details and RSVP)

Melody Rod-ari (November 13), author of “Returning ‘Home’: The Journey and Afterlife of Repatriated Objects” (More details and RSVP)

Robert Brain (December 4), author of Videogame Law: Cases, Statutes, Forms, Problems & Materials (More details and RSVP)

Cesare Romano (January 22), author of Human Germline Modification and the Right to Science (More details and RSVP)

Theresia de Vroom and Michael Berg (February 19), authors of “The Past is a Foreign Country”: Two Eye Witness Accounts of Life in the Japanese Concentration Camps in Occupied Indonesia and the Chaos that Followed, 1942-1949 (More details and RSVP)

Evelyn McDonnell (March 5), author of Women Who Rock: Bessie to Beyonce. Girl Groups to Riot Grrrl (More details and RSVP)

Sarah Maclay (April 9), author of Angle of Reflection (More details and RSVP)

For more information about this event, contact John Jackson, Head of Outreach & Communications for the William H. Hannon Library, at (310) 338-5234 or john.jackson@lmu.edu.