A Lunchtime Seminar – BYO Brown-bag Lunch
Wednesday October 24, 2012
IUPUI Student Center, Room CE 307
The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University invites you to a seminar given by Olivier Zunz, Commonwealth Professor of History at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, and a prominent Tocqueville scholar. Dr. Zunz will be speaking about his new book, Philanthropy in America: A History. In this book Olivier Zunz explores in-depth how philanthropy became such a powerful and integral force in American society.
Olivier Zunz’s research focuses on social history of 20th century America. He is also the author of Why the American Century?, which has been translated into four languages. Olivier Zunz received his License d’histoire et de géographie (B.A.) from Université de Paris X-Nanterre in 1968, Doctorat de troisième cycle from Université de Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne in 1977, and Doctorat d’État ès Lettres et Sciences Humaines from Université de Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne in 1982.
Please RSVP to Julia Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, October 15.
420 University Blvd, on the SW corner of Michigan St. and University Blvd.
Guests can pay to park in the Vermont Street Parking Garage which is connected to the Campus Center. Prices for parking garages can be found by visiting IUPUI Parking Services. To access the Campus Center from the Vermont Street Parking Garage you will need to take the elevator in the NE corner to the third floor of the garage. Exit the elevators to your right to gain access to the Campus Center. Once in the Campus Center you will be on the second floor. There are also metered parking spots in Lot 80 at the corner of Vermont St. and University Blvd.
Food can be purchased at the food court on the first floor of the Campus Center.