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E-M:/ National Park Service Historian to speak at UM-Ann Arbor



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>Date:          Mon, 26 Jan 1998 13:01:05 -0500
>To:            es.news@umich.edu, orion.group@umich.edu, rads@umich.edu,
>               research.council@umich.edu,
>               Research Policies Committee <research.policies.cmte@umich.edu>
>From:          Lee Katterman <leekatt@umich.edu>
>Subject:       Chief Historian, Nat'l Parl Service, lecture, Feb. 3
>
>You, your colleagues, students and members of the public are invited to a
>lecture by
>
>Dwight Pitcaithley
>Chief Historian, National Park Service.
>
>He will speak about "History in the Public Sense: The National Park Service
>and Education" on February 3, 1998,  4 PM, Rackham Assembly Hall, 4th
>floor. The lecture and free and open to the public.
>
>A Panel Discussion and Reception will follow the lecture. Panelists include
>Steven Hamp, President of Henry ford Musuem/Greenfield Village, and David
>Scobey, UM Assistant Professor, History and American Culture.
>
>Pitcaithley will discuss efforts by the National Park Service to build
>partnerships involving the humanities and natural sciences, as part of the
>Park Service mission to preserve, protect and teach about the nation's
>historical and cultural history.
>
>Further details on the lecture, Pitcaithley and the National Park Service
>history and humanities efforts is found at URL
>
http://www.research.umich.edu/research/news/lecture_series/1997-98/pitcaithl
ey.html
>
>The lecture is jointly sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for
>Research as part of its Distinguished Lecture Series on National Research
>Policy
>                    and
>the Year of Humanities and Art (YoHA) as part of its "Talking Bridges"
>series under the Arts of Citizenship program.
>
>Questions? Call 647-9085 or email to yohainfo@umich.edu
>
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>Lee Katterman, Ofc. of the VP for Research -- leekatt@umich.edu
>1032 Fleming  1340 -- (313) 647-9085   Fax: (313) 763-0085


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