Vietnam: New Lessons from an Old War, a Half-Century On

The University of Pittsburgh Honors College presents:

Vietnam: New Lessons from an
Old War, a Half-Century On

Lessons at the table

Unlike other American wars, the Vietnam War never really ended. It is being re-fought in scholarly works, at college reunions, in family living rooms, and among veterans. Aside from the Civil War, Vietnam was America's most divisive military conflict, and the University of Pittsburgh's Honors College program features some of the war's most outspoken scholars, participants and journalists.

A panel presentation featuring:

Sen. Bob Kerrey, former governor of Nebraska, Vietnam veteran
Peter Arnett, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of Vietnam
Edward G. Miller, Dartmouth College expert on Vietnam, author of a critically acclaimed book on Vietnam
Thomas J. Vallely, former director of Harvard's Vietnam Program and Vietnam veteran
Laura Palmer, reporter in Vietnam and author

Moderated by:

David Shribman, executive editor,Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Tuesday, March 4
7:30 p.m.
University Club, 123 University Place
Second Floor Ballroom

Though this lecture has concluded, you may click the link below to watch the video:

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Location Information

University Club, Ballroom B
123 University Place, Pittsburgh, PA
Parking is available at Soldiers and Sailors Garage