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February 2, 1998
UMBC's HUMANITIES FORUM EXAMINES
BALTIMORE - UMBC's Humanities Forum presents a multi-disciplinary panel of faculty members who will meet to discuss The Creative Act on Wednesday, February 18 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery.
Moderated by Rick Welch, dean of arts and sciences, the panel includes four faculty members who will present short talks about their various fields of expertise: Angela Moorjani, professor and chair of modern languages and linguistics, "Fetishism and Creativity," Ray Starr professor of psychology, "How Many Creative Acts Make a Play," Joel Sinsky, professor of physics, "Innovative Thinking in Large Technical Organizations" and Stuart Smith, professor of music, "Putting on Blue."
The Humanities Forum is a free annual public series that brings nationally and internationally known scholars to discuss contemporary issues in the humanities. Three of this spring's events are dedicated to discussions of The Creative Act.
For more information please call 410.455.6798.
Posted by dwinds1 at February 2, 1998 12:00 AM