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The 10-Year Shadow of 9/11

Title: The 10-Year Shadow of 9/11: How would America Be Different Without It?
Time: 6:30 – 8 p.m.
Date: Tuesday, Sept. 13
Location:First Amendment Center Auditorium (1207 18th Ave. S)

Would America be different today if the September 11th Attacks had
never occurred?

The inaugural event of an innovative new academic program series will
explore this question in a new partnership between Vanderbilt’s Office
of Active Citizenship & Service and the First Amendment Center.  The
Interdisciplinary Roundtable Series is a critical inquiry exploring
issues of topical concern to the Vanderbilt community from
perspectives across the disciplines, convening once each semester.
Panelists include Richard McGregor, Associate Professor in the
Department of Religious Studies, Dana Nelson, Gertrude Conaway
Professor of English and American Studies, and Thomas Schwartz,
Professor of History.  Gene Policinski, Senior Vice President and
Executive Director of the First Amendment Center will moderate the
event.

Join us as we examine: The 10-Year Shadow of 9/11: How would America
Be Different Without It?

The event is free and open to the public and a reception will follow.

Sponsors: Office of Active Citizenship & Service and The First Amendment Center
www.vanderbilt.edu/oacs

Contact Amanda Taylor for more information: amanda.m.taylor@vanderbilt.edu