Stories From Wartime Series (Vietnam War Part 1)
- Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
- Location: Felix Pomponio Family Science Center Rm 212
- Organization: RC History
The signature program of the Regis University Center For The Study Of War Experience, the Stories From Wartime series, returns for 2013. This series allows Regis students to hear war experiences directly from the veterans who lived them. Hosted and moderated by Rick Crandall, with academic insights from Regis Professors Dan Clayton and Tom Bowie, it provides fascinating insights into how ordinary men and women dealt with the experiences of war and how it shaped their lives.
The general public is invited to join Regis students in this series. Each 2-hour presentation starts at 6PM in the Science Building Ampitheater on the Denver campus. Seating is limited and the public is urged to arrive before 5:30PM for the best chance of being seated. Once the room is full, no additonal spectators can be allowed in the ampitheater.
The Regis University Center for the Study of War Experience, formally inaugurated as an official University program in November 2004, preserves the memories and histories of war veterans to deepen our understanding of what ordinary people do in war. The Center makes this history permanently available to students, teachers, and the general public in an extensive archival collection of videotaped interviews and written testimonies of war veterans. The Center's administrative office and archives are housed in Regis University's Main Hall. To secure its future as an important national repository of war memories, the Center seeks funding to support its ongoing activities. We encourage folks to consider making a gift to the Regis University Center for the Study of War Experience to help us keep these memories alive forever. For information about how you can contribute to the Regis Center's work, please contact Dr. Daniel Clayton at 303-458-4914.
For more information on this series please visit Warexperience.org
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